Ritratto di Alessio.Tamburrano@uniroma1.it

A.Y. 2021/2022 - Semester I

1. Course: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    - Virtual classroom software:  Google Classroom (code: lokq2ot)

    - Platform for distance learning: Google Meet or Zoom

    - Room: Sala riunioni Elettrica (RM033) - Tuesday; Centro di calcolo Elettrica (RM033) - Thursday

    - Timetable: Tuesday from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm; Thursday from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm

N.B.:  all the students wishing to follow the course have to join the class of Google Classrom using the code provided. Other information will be published on Classroom noticeboard. 

N.B.:  the lectures will start on Tuesday 5th October.

 

A.Y. 2020/2021 - Semester II

1. Course: Elettrotecnica - Ingegneria Aerospaziale (Canale I)

    - Virtual classroom software:  Google Classroom (code: xxxxxx)

    - Platform for distance learning: Zoom

    - Room: 6 (RM018 - via del Castro Laurenziano, 7a)

    - Timetable: Wednesday 10.00 - 12.00; Thursday 16:00- 17:00; Friday 12.00 - 14.00

N.B.:  all the students wishing to follow the course have to join the class of Google Classrom using the code provided. Other information will be published on Classroom noticeboard. 

 

2. Courses: Sensors and Materials for Electrical Engineering - Electrical Engineering

                      Sensors and Electrical/Electromagnetic Characterization Laboratory - Nanotechnology Engineering

    - Virtual classroom software:  Google Classroom (code: xxxxxx)

    - Platform for distance learning: Zoom

    - Room: Centro di calcolo Elettrica (RM033) - Monday; 17 (RM031) - Friday

    - Timetable: Monday 15.00 - 17.00; Friday 16.00 - 19.00

N.B.:  all the students wishing to follow the course have to join the class of Google Classrom using the code provided. Other information will be published on Classroom noticeboard. 

Lunedì, ore 9:30 - 11:30 (DIAEE - Sezione Ing. Elettrica - via delle sette sale 12b, 00184 Roma - Ufficio o Lab. EMC).
Altri giorni/orari su appuntamento.

(ITA)

Alessio Tamburrano è nato nel 1978. Ha conseguito la Laurea con lode nel 2003 e il titolo di Dottore di Ricerca nel 2007 in Ingegneria Elettrica presso l'Università di Roma "La Sapienza". Ha inoltre conseguito il diploma di Master in "Compatibilità Elettromagnetica ed Impatto Ambientale dei Campi Elettromagnetici" nel 2005. Dal 2006 al 2017 è stato Ricercatore Universitario in Elettrotecnica (ING-IND/31), dal gennaio 2018 è Professore Associato di Elettrotecnica. Nel 2017 ha conseguito l'abilitazione scientifica nazionale al ruolo di Professore Ordinario (09/E1 ING-IND/31). Attualmente è afferente al Dipartimento di Ingegneria Astronautica, Elettrica ed Energetica (DIAEE) dell Università di Roma "La Sapienza". E anche membro del Consiglio Direttivo del Centro di Ricerca per le Nanotecnologie applicate all'Ingegneria della Sapienza (CNIS) e dal 2013 è membro del Corso di Dottorato in Ingegneria Elettrica, Materiali e Nanotecnologie, dell Università di Roma "La Sapienza". Da diversi anni insegna il corso di Elettrotecnica per la Laurea Triennale in Ingegneria Aerospaziale e i corsi di laboratorio di Sensori e Caratterizzazione Elettrica / Elettromagnetica per la Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie dell'Università di Roma "La Sapienza".

L'attività di ricerca si colloca nell'ambito della compatibilità elettromagnetica e delle nanotecnologie. In particolare si interessa:
- della modellistica, progettazione e caratterizzazione sperimentale di materiali nano-strutturati e multifunzionali per applicazioni di compatibilità elettromagnetica: materiali schermanti, radar assorbenti, trasparenti nel visibile, micro- e nano-compositi avanzati, film sottili nano strutturati;
- della modellistica, realizzazione e caratterizzazione di sensori innovativi di deformazione piezoresistivi realizzati con nanocompositi per applicazioni nel campo del monitoraggio strutturale;
- della modellistica, realizzazione e caratterizzazione di sensori flessibili piezoresistivi realizzati con schiume polimeriche nanocaricate per applicazioni nel campo dell'elettronica indossabile;
- della modellistica elettromagnetica di nanotubi di carbonio, micro e nano compositi a base di fibre di carbonio, nanotubi, nanoplacchette di grafene;
- dell analisi delle proprietà di trasmissione e dell integrità del segnale di nanointerconnesioni di nanotubi di carbonio a singola o multipla parete e di nanoribbon di grafene per dispositivi elettronici di prossima generazione.
L attività di ricerca ha portato alla pubblicazione di oltre 90 articoli scientifici su riviste internazionali e sugli atti di congressi internazionali altamente qualificati. E inoltre coautore di 2 capitoli di libri e di 5 brevetti italiani (di cui 3 internazionalizzati) che descrivono la progettazione di schermi trasparenti innovativi per la schermatura attiva del campo magnetico a frequenza industriale, la realizzazione di nuovi materiali trasparenti nel visibile assorbenti a radiofrequenza, schermi radar assorbenti in materiale nanocomposito e film nanostrutturati per il risparmio energetico, nuovi rivestimenti polimerici piezoresistivi a base grafene per applicazioni elettromagnetiche e di sensoristica.
Ha partecipato in qualità di ricercatore al progetto europeo FP7-ICT "CATHERINE" (2008-2010) per la realizzazione di nanointerconnesioni di nanotubi di carbonio ed alle attività di modellistica e caratterizzazione elettromagnetica di materiali compositi nel progetto europeo di II livello HIRF-SE finanziato nell'ambito del FP7 (2009-2013).
E' senior member della IEEE dal 2017 e membro della IEEE EMC Society da cui ha ricevuto il Best Paper Award del 2005 all'International Symposium on EMC, Chicago, USA per l articolo Feasibility of new nanolayered transparent thin films for active shielding of low frequency magnetic field . E' stato project leader (2010-2014) del Joint Project Team 80004-9 - Nanotechnologies - Vocabulary - Part 9: Electrotechnical products and systems" della International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
Dal 2011 al 2013 è stato Segretario e successivamente, dal 2013 al 2017 Chair del Comitato Tecnico della IEEE EMC Society TC-11 "Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials". Dal 2016 è membro del Working Group P 2715 IEEE guide for the characterization of the shielding effectiveness of planar materials.

(ENG)

Alessio Tamburrano, born in 1978, received the Laurea, summa cum laude, and the Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy in 2003 and 2007, respectively. He also received the Master in Electromagnetic Compatibility and Environmental Impact of Electromagnetic Fields from the same University in 2005. He was appointed Assistant Professor of Electrotechnics at the University of Rome "La Sapienza" in 2006. Since 2018 he has been Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering (09/E1 ING-IND/31) at the same University. He obtained the National Scientific Qualification to function as full Professor in Electrical Engineering in 2017. Currently, he is with the Department of Astronautical, Electrical and Energetic Engineering (DIAEE) of the University of Rome "La Sapienza". He is also Steering Committee Member of the Research Center on Nanotechnology applied to Engineering of Sapienza (CNIS). Since 2013 he has been member of the Electrical, Materials and Nanotechnology Engineering PhD Course, University of Rome "La Sapienza".
Since many years he has been teaching the course of Electrotechnics for the Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering and the laboratory courses of Sensors and Electrical/Electromagnetic Characterization of Materials for the Master s degree in Nanotechnology Engineering of the University of Rome "La Sapienza".

The research activity of Alessio Tamburrano is in the field of electromagnetic compatibility and of nanotechnology. In particular, it has been recently focused on the:
- modelling, design and experimental characterization of nanostructured and multifunctional materials for electromagnetic applications, such as shielding materials, radar absorbing materials, transparent metals, advanced nanocomposites, nanostructured thin films;
- development of graphene-based highly sensitive piezoresistive paints/coatings and nanocomposites with strain sensing capabilities for structural health monitoring applications;
- fabrication and characterization of novel flexible physical sensors based on the use of porous polymeric structures loaded with nanoparticles for wearable electronics applications;
- modelling and simulation of the transmission line performances and signal integrity of nanointerconnects made of single-wall carbon nanotube bundles, multi-wall carbon nanotubes and graphene nanoribbons for future high-speed electronics.
Such research activity has led to the publication of more than 90 papers in International journals and proceedings of International symposia. His scientific production includes 2 chapter's contributions in books. He is also co-author of 5 Italian patents (3 internationalized) describing the design of innovative transparent active shields for low frequency magnetic field, the realization of new transparent radar absorbing screens characterized by high transmittance in the optical frequency range, novel radar absorbing nanocomposite based shields and nanostructured films for the solar energy control and a new polymeric conductive piezoresistive graphene-based paint for electromagnetic and sensing applications.
He participated as a researcher in the European project FP7-ICT "CATHERINE" (2008-2010) for the realization of carbon nanotube nano-connections and the electromagnetic modeling and characterization of composite materials in the funded European II-level project HIRF-SE within the FP7 (2009-2013).
He is senior member of IEEE since 2017 and member of the IEEE EMC Society from which he received the 2005 Best Paper Award at the International Symposium on EMC, Chicago, USA for the article "Feasibility of new nanolayered transparent thin films for active shielding of low frequency magnetic field ". He was project leader (2010-2014) of the Joint Project Team 80004-9 - Nanotechnologies - Vocabulary - Part 9: Electrotechnical products and systems "of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
From 2011 to 2013 he was Secretary and subsequently, from 2013 to 2017 Chair of the Technical Committee of the IEEE EMC Society TC-11 "Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials". Since 2016 he has been a member of the Working Group P 2715 - IEEE guides for the characterization of the shielding effectiveness of planar materials.

Insegnamento Codice Anno Corso - Frequentare
SENSORS AND MATERIALS FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 10596496 2021/2022 Ingegneria Elettrotecnica - Electrical Engineering
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY 10596201 2021/2022 Ingegneria Elettrotecnica - Electrical Engineering
ELETTROTECNICA 1017399 2021/2022 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
SENSORS AND ELECTRICAL-ELECTROMAGNETIC CHARACTERIZATION LABORATORY 10589246 2021/2022 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie - Nanotechnology Engineering
SENSORS AND MATERIALS FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 10596496 2020/2021 Ingegneria Elettrotecnica - Electrical Engineering
ELETTROTECNICA 1017399 2020/2021 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
Laboratory of micro-nano devices and materials for electrical-electromagnetic applications and electrorheology 10589353 2020/2021 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie - Nanotechnology Engineering
SENSORS AND ELECTRICAL-ELECTROMAGNETIC CHARACTERIZATION LABORATORY 10589246 2020/2021 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie - Nanotechnology Engineering
ELETTROTECNICA 1017399 2019/2020 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
SENSORS AND ELECTRICAL-ELECTROMAGNETIC CHARACTERIZATION LABORATORY 10589246 2019/2020 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
Laboratory of micro-nano devices and materials for electrical-electromagnetic applications and electrorheology 10589353 2019/2020 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
SENSORS AND ELECTRICAL-ELECTROMAGNETIC CHARACTERIZATION LABORATORY 10589246 2019/2020 Ingegneria Elettrotecnica
ELECTRIC AND ELECTROMAGNETIC DESIGN OF MICRO-NANO DEVICES 1041735 2018/2019 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
ELETTROTECNICA 1017399 2018/2019 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
MICRO-NANO SENSORS AND ACTUATORS 1056135 2018/2019 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
LABORATORY OF ELECTRICAL-ELECTROMAGNETIC MICRO-NANO-CHARACTERIZATION AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF MICRO-NANO PARTICLES 1044612 2018/2019 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
ELETTROTECNICA 1017399 2017/2018 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
ELECTRIC AND ELECTROMAGNETIC DESIGN OF MICRO-NANO DEVICES 1041735 2017/2018 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
LABORATORY OF ELECTRICAL-ELECTROMAGNETIC MICRO-NANO-CHARACTERIZATION AND MICROPARTICLES 1041737 2017/2018 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
LABORATORY OF ELECTRICAL-ELECTROMAGNETIC MICRO-NANO-CHARACTERIZATION AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF MICRO-NANO PARTICLES 1044612 2017/2018 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
MICRO-NANO SENSORS AND ACTUATORS 1051999 2017/2018 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
ELETTROTECNICA 1017399 2016/2017 Ingegneria Aerospaziale
ELECTRIC AND ELECTROMAGNETIC DESIGN OF MICRO-NANO DEVICES 1041735 2016/2017 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
MICRO-NANO SENSORS AND ACTUATORS 1047572 2016/2017 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
LABORATORY OF ELECTRICAL-ELECTROMAGNETIC MICRO-NANO-CHARACTERIZATION AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF MICRO-NANO PARTICLES 1044612 2016/2017 Ingegneria delle Nanotecnologie
Titolo Rivista Anno
Production and characterization of Graphene Nanoplatelet-based ink for smart textile strain sensors via screen printing technique MATERIALS & DESIGN 2021
Fabrication of 3D monolithic graphene foam/polycaprolactone porous nanocomposites for bioapplications JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE 2021
Waterproof graphene‐pvdf wearable strain sensors for movement detection in smart gloves SENSORS 2021
Broadband electromagnetic absorbing structures made of graphene/glass-fiber/epoxy composite IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES 2020
Flexible Graphene Based Polymeric Electrodes for Low Energy Applications 2020
Flexible ecoflex®/graphene nanoplatelet foams for highly sensitive low-pressure sensors SENSORS 2020
Development and characterization of a piezoresistive polyurethane/GNP coating for strain sensing applications 2020
Phase inversion in PVDF films with enhanced piezoresponse through spin-coating and quenching POLYMERS 2019
3D porous graphene based aerogel for electromagnetic applications SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2019
PVDF-graphene nanocomposite coatings for electromagnetic wave absorption 2019
Piezoresistive Flexible Elastomeric Foams Coated with Graphene-Polymer Nanocomposite Film 2019
Piezoresistive Fabric Produced Through PVDF-Graphene Nanocomposite Film Incorporation in Textile Via Screen Printing Technique 2019
Electrical, mechanical and electromechanical properties of graphene-thermoset polymer composites produced using acetone-DMF solvents POLYMERS 2018
Graphene-Coated Honeycomb for Broadband Lightweight Absorbers IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY 2018
Piezoelectric effect and electroactive phase nucleation in self-standing films of unpoled PVDF nanocomposite films NANOMATERIALS 2018
Electromagnetic wave absorption and structural properties of wide-band absorber made of graphene-printed glass-fibre composite SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2018
Graphene -gold electrodes for flexible nanogenerators based on porous piezoelectric PVDF Films 2018
Complex Permittivity Extraction Method of a Thin Coating: Em Properties of a Graphene- Based Film on a Composite Layer 2018
Porous Graphene based PVDF Aerogel Composite for Sweat Sensing Applications 2018
Piezo-resistive properties of graphene based PVDF composite films for strain sensing 2017
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