Eng. Germano Bianchi is working as a researcher at the Radio Astronomy Institute – National Institute for Astro Physics (IRA-INAF).
He is in charge of the Northern Cross radio-telescope, one of the largest transit antennas in the world, located at Medicina. He is currently involved in the technological development of radar architectures for the monitoring of space debris, orbiting objects and for the research of Fast Radio Burst (FRB).
He is also the chair of the Italian Technical Operating Committee of the European SST (Space Surveillance and Tracking) Consortium. For about twenty years it has also supported the development of processing systems dedicated to the detection of SETI signals.
Currently his list of publications includes over 80 proceedings and articles presented at congresses or published in international journals.