Dr. Angelo Cervone is Assistant Professor and responsible of several courses
given by the Aerospace Engineering faculty (“Aerospace Design and Systems Engineering Elements”, “Propulsion and Power”, “Spacecraft Technology”, “Micropropulsion”). He holds a PhD in space propulsion at University of Pisa (Italy), followed by a 2-years post-doc fellowship at Osaka University (Japan) funded by the Japanese government. He is author or co-author of more than 30 book chapters contributions and scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals, and more than 80 papers presented at international conferences. He is currently supervising 3 PhD candidates and has co-supervised 3 candidates who successfully completed their PhD in the past. He has been Project Manager or Principal Investigator for more than 10 R&D projects, mainly funded by the European Space Agency. His main fields of expertise are space propulsion and small satellite design, in particular for interplanetary and deep space missions. Among other ones, he is currently Principal Investigator at TU Delft for LUMIO, an international cooperation for a CubeSat mission at the Lagrangian point L2, to observe and characterize micrometeoroid impacts on the Lunar far side.