Areas of expertise
- Autonomous Systems
- Flight Physics
- Space Systems
Antonio received his BSc in Aerospace Engineering from Politecnico di Milano in September 2019. He completed a Double Degree MSc in Space Engineering at Politecnico di Milano and the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. During his thesis work, he worked for six months on a research project in collaboration with CNES. In this work, he analysed Initial Orbit Determination algorithms based on the boundary-value problem for orbital dynamics. He applied such algorithms to initialise a catalogue of GEO objects.
Antonio is carrying out his PhD research in Space Traffic Surveillance and Management. His research focuses on accurate orbit determination and optimal data fusion for orbit estimation using ground-based and spaceborne sensors.
- D'Anniballe A, Felicetti L & Hobbs S (2023) Quantifying improvements in debris risk analysis using a constellation of spaceborne optical sensors. In: 74th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) 2023, Baku, Azerbaijan, 2-6 October 2023.
- D'Anniballe A, Felicetti L & Hobbs S (2023) Optimal orbital configurations of spaceborne optical sensors constellations for space surveillance. In: 74th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) 2023, Baku, Azerbaijan, 2-6 October 2023.
- D'Anniballe A, Felicetti L & Hobbs S (2023) Collision analysis for multiple satellites released from a common dispenser. In: ESA GNC and ICATT Conference, Sopot, 12-16 June 2023.