Luca Bascetta was born in Milan (Italy) in 1974.
He received the "Laurea" degree cum laude in Computer Science Engineering in 1999 from Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
Since January 2015 he has been Associate Professor in Automatic Control at the School of Industrial and Information Engineering of Politecnico di Milano.
Prof. Bascetta currently teaches, at Politecnico di Milano, Fundamentals of Automatic Control to Aerospace Engineering students and Automatic Control to Mechanical Engineering students.
His research interests include industrial and mobile robotics, visual serving and all the problems related to motion control systems.
He took part in the European research project ROSETTA regarding safe human-robot interaction aspects, and to the research activities of some national research projects and research contracts. He was the person in charge for Politecnico di Milano in the experiment FIDELIO, one of the experiments of the FP7 four-year long European Integrating Project ECHORD, focusing on innovative techniques to make industrial robot programming faster, easier and more intuitive. He is the person in charge for Politecnico di Milano in the experiment GRAPE, one of the experiments of the FP7 four-year long European Integrating Project ECHORD++, focusing on innovative planning, perceptions and control techniques for agricultural robots.