Andrea Massa (IEEE Fellow, IET Fellow, Electromagnetic Academy Fellow) he has been a Full Professor of Electromagnetic Fields @ University of Trento since 2005.
At present, Prof. Massa is the director of the network of federated laboratories “ELEDIA Research Center” located in Brunei, China, Czech, France, Greece, Italy, Japan, Perù, Tunisia with more than 150 researchers. Moreover, he is Professor @ CentraleSupélec (Paris – France), Guest Professor @ UESCT (Chengdu – China), and Visiting Professor @ Tsinghua (Beijing – China).
He has been holder of a Senior DIGITEO Chair @ L2S-CentraleSupélec and CEA LIST in Saclay (France), UC3M-Santander Chair of Excellence @ Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Madrid – Spain), Adjunct Professor @ Penn State University (USA), Visiting Professor @ Missouri University of Science and Technology (USA), the Nagasaki University (Japan), the University of Paris Sud (France), the Kumamoto University (Japan), and the National University of Singapore (Singapore).
Prof. Massa is member of the Editorial Board of the “Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications” and of the European School of Antennas (ESoA). It has been appointed IEEE AP-S Distinguished Lecturer (2016-2018) and served as Associate Editor of the “IEEE Transaction on Antennas and Propagation” (2011-2014).
His research activities are mainly concerned with inverse problems, antenna analysis/synthesis, radar systems and signal processing, cross-layer optimization and planning of wireless/RF systems, system-by-design and material-by-design (metamaterials and reconfigurable-materials), and theory/applications of optimization techniques to engineering problems (coms, medicine, and biology).
Prof. Massa published more than 350 scientific publications on international journals and more than 500 in international conferences (>200 invited). He has organized more than 100 scientific sessions in international conferences and has participated to several technological projects in the EU framework (>20 EU Projects), at the national and local level with national agencies (>300 Projects/Grants).