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researcher , adult education educator

Salvatore Monaco, Italian adult education educator, researcher. Achievements include patents for attitude control simulator. Fellow: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (Best Paper award 1982).

Background

Monaco, Salvatore was born on January 17, 1951 in Udine, Italy. Son of Ugo Monaco and Anna Papale.

Education

Laurea cum laude in Electrical Engineering, University Rome La Sapienza, 1974. Degree in System and Control Engineering, University Rome La Sapienza, 1975.

Career

Associate professor University Rome La Sapienza, 1981—1986, professor systems theory, since 1986. Member science committee and technical committee Italian Space Agency, Rome, 1990—1998. President science committee University Franco-Italienne/Italo-Francese, 2001—2004.

Head council for degree in system engineering University La Sapienta, since 2001, director master school in engineering for emergency, since 2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for attitude control simulator.

Membership

Fellow: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (Best Paper award 1982).

Connections

Married Stefania Davanti, June 30, 1950. Children: Ugo, Susanna.

father:
Ugo Monaco

mother:
Anna Papale

spouse:
Stefania Davanti

child:
Ugo Monaco

child:
Susanna Monaco