Bruno Sarli

he obtained a PhD in Engineering while working for ISAS/JAXA as a researcher. In 2016, Bruno joined the Global Trajectory Optimization Lab and the Planetary Defense Research Group at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center where he focused on mission design and planetary defense. Throughout his career, he worked in mission design and system analysis for four Japanese missions and currently works on the NASA DART and MAVEN missions. Throughout his career, he has contributed especially to trajectory design and implementation of new navigation techniques. Furthermore, his background includes teaching aerospace engineering undergraduate and graduate courses. As a professional activity, Bruno is a member of the Space Generation Advisory Council and a committee member of the Workforce Development – Young Professional Program of the International Astronautical Federation.