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MICRO-NANO DEVICES AND MATERIALS FOR ELECTRICAL ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS AND FUNDAMENTS

 

The lectures will be held on-line via Zoom Meeting every Tuesday from 2pm to 4pm, as scheduled.

Meeting ID: 267 572 6490
Passcode: xuYbU2

 

All the informations are available at Google Classroom page:

https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/NjI1OTU5NDI4ODNa

Course Code Year Course - Attendance Bulletin board
ELECTROTECHNICS 10596205 2021/2022
MICRO-NANO DEVICES AND MATERIALS FOR ELECTRICAL ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS AND FUNDAMENTALS 10596076 2021/2022
ELECTROTECHNICS 10596205 2020/2021
MICRO-NANO DEVICES AND MATERIALS FOR ELECTRICAL ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS AND FUNDAMENTALS 10596076 2020/2021
FIELDS AND CIRCUITS 10589436 2019/2020
MICRO-NANO DEVICES AND MATERIALS FOR ELECTRICAL ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS AND FUNDAMENTS 10589392 2019/2020
FIELDS AND CIRCUITS 10589436 2018/2019
MICRO-NANO DEVICES AND MATERIALS FOR ELECTRICAL ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS AND FUNDAMENTS 10589392 2018/2019

lunedì h 14-15 - Monday h 14-15

PERSONAL INFORMATION
Name: Alessandro Giuseppe D Aloia

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

from 02/07/2018 till date
Assistant Professor
Sapienza University of Rome, DIAEE Department, 12B, via delle Sette Sale, Rome, 00184, Italy
Main Research project:
Development and characterization of graphene-based nanocomposites for radar absorbing materials and strain sensor .
Additional activities:
Teaching of Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering to Bachelors Students of Electrical Engineering
Supervision of PhD and Masters students during their research work

from 01/2/2014 to 31/06/2018
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Sapienza University of Rome, DIAEE Department, 12B, via delle Sette Sale, Rome, 00184, Italy
Main Research projects:
Electrical modelling, fabrication and characterization of graphene-based nanomaterials for electrical and sensing applications , within EU
Research Project Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials for Cultural Heritage activities.
Design of piezoresistive graphene-based sensors of deformation and moisture for cultural heritage applications , within EU Research Project
Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials for Cultural Heritage activities.
Development of new polymeric nanomaterials for electromagnetic, electrical and electromechanical applications
Synthesis and multifunctional characterization of graphene nanoplatelets and graphene based nanocomposites
Additional activities:
Supervision of PhD and Masters students during their research work
Laboratory training of Electromagnetic Compatibility to Masters Students of Electrical Engineering
Teaching assistant of General Physics and Fundamentals of Electromagnetics to Bachelor and Masters Students of Electrical and Aerospace
Engineering
Main achievements:
Three patents, including the US Patent GNP-based polymeric nanocomposites for reducing electromagnetic interferences , n. 9,717,170
More than ten journal papers published in international peer-reviewed scientific and technical journals, three book chapters on scientific
handbooks and twenty papers in proceedings of IEEE international conferences and symposia
More than thirty scientific presentations in scientific and technical sessions of international IEEE conferences, including workshops, tutorials,
invited and plenary sessions.

from 01/03/2009 to 31/11/2009
Graduate Researcher
Delft University of Technology, PME Department, 12, Mekelweg 2, 2628 CD, Delft, Holland
Modelling of fracture mechanics in polymer/metal systems

MAIN AWARDS
2015 Best PhD Thesis Award from Sapienza University Publishing, Rome, July 2015
Finalist of Best Paper Award, at 2017 IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology, Pittsburgh (PA), USA, July 2017
Best Student Paper Award, 1st place, at 2011 IEEE International Symposium on EMC, Long Beach (CA), USA, August 2011
Certification of attendance in Alma Graduate School summer course for the fifty best italian graduates, Bologna Business School, Bologna, 2007

EDUCATION AND TRAINING
17/06/2014 PhD in Electrical Engineering [ Excellent ]
Sapienza University of Rome, Engineering Faculty, 18, via Eudossiana, Roma, 00184, Italy
Thesis: Carbon-Nanotube Interconnects and Graphene Based Nanocomposites for Electromagnetic Shielding and Strain Sensors

25/02/2009 Master s Degree in Electrical Engineering [ 110/110 summa cum laude ]
Sapienza University of Rome, Engineering Faculty, 18, via Eudossiana, Roma, 00184, Italy
Thesis: Electromagnetic Field Generated by Carbon Nanotubes Bundles
(within EU Research Project Catherine activities)

24/02/2006 Bachelor s Degree in Materials Engineering [ 110/110 summa cum laude ]
University of Perugia, Engineering Faculty, 4, Strada Pentima Bassa, Terni, 05100, Italy
Thesis: Vector Hysteresis of Magnetic Materials

PERSONAL SKILLS
Mother tongue: Italian
Other languages: English, French