Deputy Director of the Department of Electronic Communications of the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy and his duties concern formulating and monitoring the implementation of the national Digital Strategy, regulating the use of radio spectrum, and formulating and monitoring the implementation of the national Space StrategyLearn More
Team Leader Maritime Security at the Maritime Safety and Security Lab NeustrelitzLearn More
Expert for ground-based remote sensing of aerosols and clouds with complex setups of Doppler and polarization/Raman lidars, clouds radars, sun photometers, and microwave radiometersLearn More
Associate Program Manager, NASA Applied Science Program, Earth Science Division, Science Mission Directorate since 2013; Responsible for management of a portfolio of Applied Science Program efforts, specifically focused on Earth Observations for Wildland Fire Science and Applications;Learn More
Head of ESA’s Copernicus Space Office since April 2014, responsible for coordinating ESA’s Copernicus activities and liaising with the European Union/European Commission, national bodies, industry, and ESA delegationsLearn More
Since 2019 in charge of the implementation of an earth receiving station tailored to support laser-based satellite-to-ground links
A full professor at the Tel Aviv University (TAU) and was the chair of the Geography and Human Environment Department at Tel-Aviv University from 2005-2009 and again from 2012-2015Learn More
Denis Bruckert is the Head of Copernicus Unit at the European Union Satellite Centre (EU SatCen) since 2004. His work is principally focused on the definition and implementation of the EU SatCen role(s) in the EU Copernicus Space Programme. In addition and always related to Copernicus, he is also in charge of other SatCen Capability Development activities such as Maritime Surveillance and Border Surveillance in cooperation with the EU Commission. Mr. Bruckert holds a Ph.D. in Remote Sensing obtained at Strasbourg University in 1996.Learn More
Marcello Moretti is a former officer of the Italian Navy, where he served from 1981 to 2003, serving on board of several warships and in naval and defence intelligence services.
He has been working on imagery and intelligence analysis since 1994 at operational and strategic levels.
He joined European Union Satellite Centre in 2003, as Data Manager, responsible for the imagery and collateral data acquisition and management.
From 2011 he works in the Operation Division as Operations Manager, assuming responsibility for the management of information requests and the validation of the resulting intelligence products.
During this period, he has assumed leadership of the operational activities of the Copernicus External Action Service, as well as support to EU Missions Atalanta and Sophia, and international organisations such as UN and OPCW.
Manager of Electronics and Networks Division, R&D Department