Luca Reduzzi, communication technologies, astronomy and space exploration curator, Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci, Milan, Italy.
 
Graduated in Physics, has a PhD in Astronomy. He has been working in the History of Science since 1995, starting his career at the renowned Brera Astronomical Observatory in Milan as historian and explainer. Today is among the curators of the Italian National Museum of Science and Technology. His fields of interests are history of informatics, communication technologies, scientific instruments, astronomy and space exploration. He cares for a collection of about 6000 objects, including  2500 artifacts belonging to the history of early computing, electronics and ICT.
He currently gives lectures about space exploration with experts from the European Space Agency, the Italian Space Agency, the Italian National Institute for Astrophysics, Universities and other science research centers and contributes to set the Museum cultural programs.
 
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