Massimo Galanti

Has a Doctor's degree in Physics, from the University of Rome "La Sapienza". From October 1968 to August 1971 he was a researcher with a scholarship at ESRIN (former European Space Agency) in Frascati where he worked on solar wind by designing a new high-resolution particle detector for use in a mass spectrometer.

He also worked on the development of an original X-ray machine for the study of secondary electrons emission and on laser matter interaction for the creation of plasmas at very high temperatures and densities

From September 1971 to May 1975 he worked at Imperial College London with a scholarships from Imperial College and from Euratom , seconded to the UKAEA (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority ) laboratories at Culham, where he carried out studies on spectrometry of the radiation emitted by plasma created by the interaction Laser -Matter. He also participated as a designer in the development of a high power Nd laser.

From June 1975 to June 1981 he was a researcher "staff member" at CNEN (later ENEA) center in Frascati , where he worked on the development of high-power Nd lasers for use in the field of thermonuclear fusion and continuing the study on Laser-Matter interaction.

From June 1979 to June 1980 he worked as a secondee to the Max Planck Institut für Laserforschung Garching where he carried out  studies on the development of high power iodine laser and dye laser.

In 1981 he began working at the European Patent Office (EPO) in the Hague, as an examiner until 2011.

In October 2011 he founded STUDIO GALANTI S.R.L.

Since January 2012 he is a member of the Italian Order of Industrial Property Consultants

He is the author of several scientific publications.