Francesco Carlon

Fiat Research Centre

He works on 1D simulations (GT-Power) for the performance side of Fiat group engines. In the section in which he works, both design models and the more advanced stages are passed on to production.

Daniele Borroni

Ducati MotoGp

He started in February 2017 as a thesis student in the electronics group of Ducati Corse. After that he went directly into the MotoGp development department, where he deals with both hardware and software.

Andrea Verzaglia

Bluebrake (E-Novia Group)

Deals with electronic brake assist systems for bicycles.

Luca Buscaglione


Deals with explicit finite element analysis for the defence sector or from test cases against road barriers for certification testing.

Marco Radaelli


After an internship for the purpose of his thesis at Brembo, he was hired and now works on the design of electromechanical brake calipers for parking.

Andrea Fondrini

MV Agusta

After developing his thesis on a racing prototype with an electric motor, he joined MV Agusta as an intern, working on data analysis and telemetry in the R&D department. He is currently employed at MV Agusta and is in charge of engine control management and dashboard connectivity development.

Edoardo Volpi

MV Agusta

He started working at MV Agusta as an intern. He now works in R&D in the engine design department and is responsible for the engine calculation office. He is particularly involved in 1D/3D fluid-dynamic, structural modal and multibody analyses.

Simone Franzetti


After completing an internship at Ducati, he is now employed as a development engineer in Ducati’s vehicle testing department, dealing in particular with the Multistrada and Panigale models.

Itaco Morello

RGR TM Racing Factory Team/SWM Motorcycle

After graduating with a Master’s Degree in Aeronautical Engineering, he was hired as track engineer for the RGR TM Racing Factory Team in the Moto3 Junior World Championship – FIM CEV Repsol. In parallel, he works as an electronics engineer in the R&D department of SWM Motorcycle.

Nicola Viscera


Former Team Leader of the Polimi Motorcycle Factory team, he did a thesis on optimisation strategies for high-performance hybrid powertrains in collaboration with Ferrari. He is currently employed in the Hybrid Propulsion team of EMEA Powertrain at FCA and works on optimising consumption and performance of plug-in and mild hybrid vehicles.

Emiliano Staniscia


After successfully completing a master’s degree in mechanical engineering with a specialisation in mechatronics, he immediately started working as a system engineer for Dayco, a company specialising in the design of engine transmissions. He currently works on model-based and multibody simulations of transmission systems for Mild-Hybrid automotive applications.