Massimo Lucano received the Master of science in Electronic&Mechatronic Engineering at Polytechnic of Turin in 1992. In 1995 he took a specialization in Mechatronic Engineer and Control at Polytechnic of Turin, with a 3 years stage in industry. He moved then to work as responsible hardware department for industrial automation, electronic units, sensors & actuators development for Brasilia/G.ROSSI group. Then he joined Teradyne INC. as a senior electronic engineer for integrated circuit test implementation and production start-up, working in strict cooperation with ST-Microelectronics, Texas Instruments, Freescale and research entities, like Polytechnic of Turin and Milan. After this experience he joined General Motors as senior mechatronic engineer to technically handle multidisciplinary project, especially in the sector of fuel injection. After a short period at Siemens/Continental VDO, he had the opportunity to join Liebherr Machine Bulle, as mechatronic engineer, to be part of the development of the actuators and sensors of the Liebherr common rail systems.
He worked then for 6 years at FPT/CNH Switzerland, as senior mechatronic engineer, developing the powertrain electrified architecture and battery packs for heavy duty applications. He moved definitely in Gruyère in 2009 where he still lives with his family.