Lorenzo Battaglia





Professional History

Lorenzo Battaglia graduated in 1997 in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering at the University of Palermo (Italy), after having spent one year at the Polytechnic of Valencia (Spain) with an ERASMUS study grant, and having written his graduation thesis at the TUHH, Polytechnic of Hamburg (Germany).

He got his his Ph.D. in 2001 at the TUHH at the Communication Networks department. Since then he is active in Business & Systems Engineering at Astrium GmbH, one of the most important satellite manifacturers worldwide.

Since 2002 he is member of the scientific committee of the CCG, a german association providing technic and scientific professional trainings.

Areas of Interest

His current areas of interest are Business Case analysis, Product Engineering, Conception of End to End Communication and Navigation Systems ensuring Quality of Service to the users and adequate revenues to the investors.

Further areas of interest are

    Personal Area Networks (PAN)

    Security in Navigation and Communication Networks.

    Air Traffic Management (ATM) / Air Traffic Control (ATC)

    In-Flight Entertainment

    Digital Radio in Europe (terrestrial and via satellite)

    Optimisation of Communication Protocols.

    Quality of Service in ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) and IP Networks through Usage Parameter Control (UPC) and Weighted Fair Queueing Schedulers.

    The fractal and multifractal nature of traffic in broadband networks.

    Rare event simulation algorithms.


University of Palermo, Polytechnic of Valencia, TUHH, Astrium, CCG.