Nicola Mimmo was born in Foggia (Italy) in 1983.
For the academic year 2015/2016,
he has a fellowship as tutor
professor for the course of Automation Systems and Technologies at
the Faculty of Electronics Engineering and Telecommunication for Energy -
University of Bologna.
Currently he has a fellowship research at the
University of Bologna in the context of the project "SHERPA": Project
IP #600958 supported by the European Community under the 7th Framework
For the academic year 2014/2015,
he had a fellowship as tutor
professor for the course of Automatic Control at the
Faculty of Biomedical Engineering and Electronics Engineering for Energy and
Information Engineering - University of Bologna.
In April 2015 he defended his Ph.D. Thesis (three
years Ph.D. from January 2012 to December 2014), in Control
System Engineering and Operational Research – University
of Bologna, Italy.
Since February to August 2014 he worked at the EYCC
department of the Engineering Centre of Airbus Operation - Toulouse, France.
For the academic year 2013/2014, he had a
fellowship as tutor professor for the course of Automatic Control at the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering -
University of Bologna - Italy.
Starting from July 2009 to December 2011 he had
a fellowship research at the Faculty of Engineering of University of Bologna in
the contest of National Project PRIN2008 “Development of a CUAV (Civil
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) demonstrator”.
he was a Programme Committee Member of 8th
European Workshop on Advanced Control and Diagnosis, ACD 2010, 18-19
November 2010, Ferrara, Italy.
he was tutor professor for the course of Automatic
Control at the Faculty of Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering – University of Bologna, Italy.
received a Master Degree cum laude in
Aerospace and Astronautic Engineering from the University of Bologna
on March 2009.
he attended a Training Course about “Organization
and Management of EASA Part 145 approved Maintenance Organizations”. The
course was taught by LUFTHANSA TECHNIK, in Hamburg – Germany.
he attended a first level Master course, “Technology
Innovation in Aerospace Maintenance”, taught at the Italian Centre for
Aerospace Research, C.I.R.A, Capua (CE), Italy.
and 2006, he collaborated with Piaggio Aeroindustries in developing a new
December 2006 he graduated cum laude
in Aerospace Engineering from the University
of Naples, Italy.