Luca Vittorio Sartori is an Early Stage Researcher at the LAAS-CNRS in Toulouse for the MSCA ETN-SAS Project. He is interested in how to generate virtual worlds to maximize the coverage of critical test cases in simulation and how to improve the software testing of autonomous robots.
After obtaining his B.Sc. in Padua, he moved to Politecnico di Milano for an M.Sc. in Automation Engineering. He carried out his master’s thesis on Computed Tomography (CT) at the RWTH Aachen University, where he focused on a simulation framework to optimize the setup parameters of CT machines. After his graduation in 2017, he continued doing research on Metrology for CT at the WZL institute in Aachen, where his passion for software testing matured.