Giulio Fanti is Professor of Mechanical and Thermal Measurements
Industrial Engineering of
Italy, since 1996.
He was founding member of the Center of Studies and Activities for Space
CISAS "G. Colombo"
http://cisas.unipd.it/, Secretary of the Italian group of official
professors of Mechanical and Thermic Measurements and he has been member of
technical teams of international Space Missions: the Giotto Mission to the
Halley Comet, the TSS-1 Mission, the Mission Mars '94 for the study of
"Fourier Realtime Michelson Spectrometer", the Cassini Mission for Huygens
probe for HASI; he is also a member of various groups for studies on the
His past research activity was devoted to the study of physical models of
space structures, uncertainty analysis, finite elements modelling,
thermo-mechanical optimization of space instruments and sound, pressure,
vibration, damping, color and strain measurements and
testing of spatial systems.
His present research activity is devoted to studies
regarding the Turin Shroud, measurements by means of vision systems
and diagnostic of structures.
He is the author of more than 150 papers also published in Italian
and international journals, lecture notes and books.