Ritratto di Fabrizio.Frezza@uniroma1.it

Students enrolled on the Courses, or interested in, are invited to contact asap the Teacher at: fabrizio.frezza@uniroma1.it, as well as to register on relevant Moodle E-learning and Google Classroom platforms (see details below).

 

Teacher's Zoom personal room:

bit.ly/FabrizioFrezzaRoom

Meeting ID: 647 771 0632

Passcode: 9T9WQE

 

Artificial Materials, Metamaterials and Plasmonics for Electromagnetic Applications (starts September 27th, 2022)

On Tuesdays, Place and time: via Eudossiana 18, 00184 Roma, building RM031, room 17, from 14 to 19

 

OPIS Code: JMPINWNY

 

Moodle e-learning platform (Course materials): 

https://elearning.uniroma1.it/course/view.php?id=4275

 

Google Classroom platform (Course communications):

Course code: eztdd4s

 

YouTube channel (short lessons):

bit.ly/videofrezza

bit.ly/videofrezzamaterials

bit.ly/videofrezzaEM

 

Portal EMpossible, course 21st Century Electromagnetics:

https://empossible.net/academics/emp6303/

 

ResearchGate projects:

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Teaching-basic-Electromagnetics

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Teaching-advanced-Electromagnetics

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Historical-aspects-of-Electromagnet...

 

Textbooks

L. Solymar, E. Shamonina, Waves in Metamaterials, Oxford University Press, 2009.

I. Staude, T. Pertsch, Introduction to Nanooptics.
W. Cai, V. Shalaev, Optical Metamaterials: Fundamentals and Applications, Springer, 2010.
Slides, tutorials, papers available on the Course Moodle area.
Propaedeutic material: F. Frezza, A Primer on Electromagnetic Fields, Springer, 2015.

 

Reference Texts

Metamaterials Handbook, F. Capolino Editor, CRC Press, 2 vols., 2009.
L. Novotny, B. Hecht, Principles of Nano-Optics, 2nd Edition, Cambridge University Press, 2012.
L. Solymar, D. Walsh, R.R.A. Syms, Electrical properties of materials, 10th Edition, Oxford University Press, 2019.
J.D. Joannopoulos, S.G. Johnson, J.N. Winn, R.D. Meade, Photonic Crystals: Molding the Flow of Light, 2nd Edition, Princeton University Press, 2008.

European Commission Studies and Reports, "Nanostructured metamaterials", Exchange between experts in electromagnetics and material science, Editors: S. Tretyakov, P. Barois, T. Scharf, V. Kruglyak, and I. Bergmair

(free download at: https://op.europa.eu/it/publication-detail/-/publication/89acfa5b-d6f3-4...).

C. Simovski, S. Tretyakov, An Introduction to Metamaterials and Nanophotonics, Cambridge University Press, 2020.

 

Campi elettromagnetici, Fondamenti di campi elettromagnetici (sede di Latina, inizio il 28 settembre)

Luogo: aula 8, edificio LT005, Viale Andrea Doria, Latina.

Orario: dalle 9 alle 13 e dalle 14 alle 16 mercoledì; dalle 15 alle 18 venerdì

 

Codice OPIS: BZ3DMAUE

 

piattaforma e-learning Moodle: 

https://elearning.uniroma1.it/course/view.php?id=7156

 

piattaforma Google Classroom:

codice del Corso: 7puhnua

 

canale YouTube:

bit.ly/videofrezza

bit.ly/videofrezzaEM

bit.ly/videofrezzacartoons

bit.ly/videofrezzahistory

 

portale EMpossible, corso Electromagnetic Field Theory:

https://empossible.net/academics/emp3302/

 

progetti ResearchGate:

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Teaching-basic-Electromagnetics

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Teaching-advanced-Electromagnetics

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Historical-aspects-of-Electromagnet...

 

Testi:

F. Frezza, Lezioni di Campi elettromagnetici I.

F. Frezza, Complementi di Campi elettromagnetici.

F. Frezza, Lezioni di Campi elettromagnetici II. 

P. Burghignoli, Esercizi svolti di Campi elettromagnetici.

Materiale delle lezioni e delle esercitazioni distribuito dai docenti.

F. Frezza, Compendio di Campi elettromagnetici, Aracne, 2013.

F. Frezza, A Primer on Electromagnetic Fields, Springer, 2015.

P. Bassi e C. Zaniboni, Introduzione ai Campi elettromagnetici (nuova edizione), Bononia University Press, 2020.

F. Ulaby, U. Ravaioli, Fondamenti di campi elettromagnetici, ottava edizione, Pearson, 2021.

C.A. Balanis, Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics, 2nd edn. (Wiley, New York, 2012).

G. Gerosa, P. Lampariello, Lezioni di Campi elettromagnetici (seconda edizione), Edizioni Ingegneria 2000, Roma, 2006.

 

 

Microwaves, Segment II (starts on Tuesday, September 27th, ends on Thursday, November 17, 2022)

place and time: Faculty of Engineering, via Eudossiana 18, building RM031; Mondays and Tuesdays: time 10 to 12 (room 23); Wednesdays (room 20) and Thursdays (room 22): time 14 to 16

 

OPIS Code: L637G6H1

 

Moodle e-learning platform: 

https://elearning.uniroma1.it/course/view.php?id=7049

 

Google Classroom platform:

Course code: j47faqk

 

YouTube channel:

bit.ly/videofrezza

bit.ly/videofrezzaadvanced

bit.ly/videofrezzaEM

bit.ly/videofrezzahistory

 

portal EMpossible, course Microwave Engineering:

https://empossible.net/academics/emp4301_5302/

 

ResearchGate projects:

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Teaching-advanced-Electromagnetics

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Teaching-basic-Electromagnetics

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Historical-aspects-of-Electromagnet...

 

Propaedeutics: Knowledge of mathematical analysis, general physics, circuit theory, signal theory, basic electromagnetics (see, e.g. F. Frezza, A Primer on Electromagnetic Fields, Springer, 2015).

Main Textbook: F. Frezza and P. Simeoni: Planar Guiding Structures.

Additional Reference: C.A. Balanis, Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics, 2nd Ed., Wiley, 2012.

 

 

 

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Courses taught in the second semester, last academic year 2021-22:

 

Advanced Electromagnetics and Scattering (AE&S)

On Thursdays (Room 20, from 16 to 19) and Fridays (Room 35, from 14 to 16), via Eudossiana 18, 00184 Roma

 

Moodle e-learning platform (Course materials): 

https://elearning.uniroma1.it/course/view.php?id=2210

 

Google Classroom platform (Course communications):

Google Classroom platform:

Course code: z5e4lsy

 

YouTube channel:

bit.ly/videofrezza

bit.ly/videofrezzaadvanced

bit.ly/videofrezzaEM

bit.ly/videofrezzaleaky

bit.ly/videofrezzamathematics

bit.ly/videofrezzahistory

 

Research Gate projects:

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Teaching-advanced-Electromagnetics

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Teaching-basic-Electromagnetics

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Historical-aspects-of-Electromagnet...

 

Skype contact name: fabriziofrezza

 

OPIS code: 4RLLBM54

 

 

Course taught for the last time in academic year 2018-19

 

Nanostructured Materials and Components for Electromagnetic Applications (NMCE)

Moodle e-learning platform: 

https://elearning.uniroma1.it/course/view.php?id=4274

Google Classroom platform:

Course code: mufxmkc

YouTube channel:

bit.ly/videofrezza

bit.ly/videofrezzamaterials

bit.ly/videofrezzaEM

ResearchGate projects:

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Teaching-basic-Electromagnetics

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Teaching-advanced-Electromagnetics

https://www.researchgate.net/project/Historical-aspects-of-Electromagnet...

 

 

 

 

Insegnamento Codice Anno Corso - Frequentare Bacheca
ARTIFICIAL MATERIALS - METAMATERIALS AND PLASMONICS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 10589170 2022/2023
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2022/2023
CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1021941 2022/2023
ARTIFICIAL MATERIALS - METAMATERIALS AND PLASMONICS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 10589170 2022/2023
FONDAMENTI DI CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1022833 2022/2023
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2021/2022
MICROWAVES 10589508 2021/2022
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2021/2022
ARTIFICIAL MATERIALS - METAMATERIALS AND PLASMONICS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 10589170 2021/2022
CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1021941 2021/2022
FONDAMENTI DI CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1022833 2021/2022
ARTIFICIAL MATERIALS - METAMATERIALS AND PLASMONICS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 10589170 2021/2022
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2020/2021
CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1021941 2020/2021
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2020/2021
ARTIFICIAL MATERIALS - METAMATERIALS AND PLASMONICS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 10589170 2020/2021
MICROWAVES 10589508 2020/2021
FONDAMENTI DI CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1022833 2020/2021
ARTIFICIAL MATERIALS - METAMATERIALS AND PLASMONICS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 10589170 2020/2021
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2019/2020
CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1021941 2019/2020
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2019/2020
ARTIFICIAL MATERIALS - METAMATERIALS AND PLASMONICS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 10589170 2019/2020
FONDAMENTI DI CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1022833 2019/2020
ARTIFICIAL MATERIALS - METAMATERIALS AND PLASMONICS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 10589170 2019/2020
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2018/2019
MICROWAVES 10589508 2018/2019
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2018/2019
CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1021941 2018/2019
NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 1041748 2018/2019
FONDAMENTI DI CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1022833 2018/2019
CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1021941 2017/2018
NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 1041748 2017/2018
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2017/2018
FONDAMENTI DI CAMPI ELETTROMAGNETICI 1022833 2017/2018
NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC APPLICATIONS 1041748 2016/2017
ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND SCATTERING 1042016 2016/2017

Presently, due to the Corona virus emergency, consulting time is provided remotely, using Google-Meet platform. An appointment can be taken any working day, by means of Moodle platform, Google-Classroom platform, mobile telephone, Skype (contact name: fabriziofrezza), or e-mail.

Ordinarily, any working day, on appointment, DIET Department, building RM032, third floor: left-hand side of the corridor, room no. 319 (office); right-hand side of the corridor, room no. 306 (laboratory). The appointment may be taken by Moodle platform, Google-Classroom platform, telephone, Skype (nickname: fabriziofrezza) or email (fabrizio.frezza@uniroma1.it).

Teaching:
Advanced Electromagnetics and Scattering (6 ECTS), for M.Sc. in Electronics Engineering and M.Sc. in Atmospheric Science and Technology
Artificial Materials, Metamaterials and Plasmonics for Electromagnetic Applications (6 ECTS), for M.Sc. in Nanotechnology Engineering and M.Sc. in Electronics Engineering
Microwaves Part II, for M.Sc. in Electronics Engineering
Basic Electromagnetic Fields (9 ECTS), for B.Sc. in Information Engineering, at Latina

Research overview:
Electromagnetic waveguides, antennas and resonators, mathematical and numerical methods, electromagnetic scattering, optics, free electromagnetic propagation, thermonuclear plasma heating, anisotropic media, artificial materials and metamaterials, plasmonics, biomedical applications, cultural-heritage and environment applications, artificial intelligence applications to electromagnetic sensing and diagnostics, magnetic resonance applications, electrical transmission lines, electromagnetic compatibility, spectroscopy, terahertz applications, acoustics, technological transfer, history of science and technology.

Present Position:
Full Professor of Electromagnetic Fields, La Sapienza University of Rome, 2005-present
Faculty of Information Engineering, Informatics and Statistics (I3S)
Department of Information Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunications (DIET)
La Sapienza Research Center for Nanotechnology Engineering (CNIS)
La Sapienza Research Center for Aerospace Research (CRAS)
STITCH Research Center (Sapienza information-based Technology InnovaTion Center for Health)
Research and Service Center Saperi&Co Sapienza, member of the executive board and of the scientific board

International Research Projects (last 5 years):
Staff Member of the research project European Research Council (ERC), Advanced Grant: SpatioTEmporal Multimode complex optical Systems (STEMS)
Staff Member of the research Project Horizon 2020, Marie Sk odowska Curie Actions: Multiscale Optical Frequency Combs: Advanced Technologies and Applications (MOCCA)
Participating in the European Project Horizon 2020, Clean Sky: EM compatibility ANALYsis & Statistical Techniques in aeronautics (ANALYST)
Participating in the international project: Advanced skin effect models for future 3D wide bandgap power modules, Luleå University of Technology (Svezia), University of L Aquila (Italy), Polytechnic of Zurich (Switzerland)
National representative (substitute), Management Committee, COST Action TU1208 Civil Engineering Applications of Ground Penetrating Radar (until 2017)

National Research Projects (last 5 years):
Research Project PON SPOS (System for Sustainable Horticulture)
Research Project SPHeaD Smart Personal Health-care Devices, Lazio Region
Participant in the research project Italian Ministry of University and Research (MIUR), PRIN call 2017: BEST-Food Broadband Electromagnetic Sensing Technologies for Food quality and security assessment
Coworker in the research project Italian Ministry of University and Research (MIUR), PRIN call 2017: NOnlinear photonics with MEtal-less Nanoantennas and metasurfaces (NOMEN)
Participant in the research project T-MENS (techniques of functional magnetic resonance of brain), Center for Studies and Researches Enrico Fermi and Santa Lucia Foundation (IRCCS), Rome, Italy
Participant in the research project funded by the Italian Lazio Region, Platform for the Integrated Multimodal Analysis in Applied Neurosciences (PAMINA), Center for Studies and Researches Enrico Fermi and Santa Lucia Foundation (IRCCS), Rome, Italy (until 2018)
Head of the Italian Space Agency (ASI) research project: Techniques of three-dimensional (3D) evaluation of cellular growth and morphology in microgravity condition through electromagnetic diffraction (CellTer) (until 2016).

International scientific activity:
Institutional representative, Board of the European School of Antennas (ESoA), from 2004
Promoter of the proposal to allocate at La Sapienza University of Rome a Milestone of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in honor of Giovanni Giorgi and his International Measurement System (approved)
Institutional Member, Metamorphose , Virtual Institute on Artificial Materials and Metamaterials
Council Member, International Research Center on Mathematics and Mechanics of Complex Systems (M&MOCS)
Full Member, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Senior Member, Optical Society of America (OSA)
Senior Member, International Union of Radio Science (URSI)
Member of Quadrato della Radio Association (from 2018)
Italian University Consortium for Telecommunications (CNIT), member of the scientific board
Scientific Council Member, Microwave Engineering Center for Space Applications (MECSA)
Center for Studies and Researches Enrico Fermi
Italian Society of Electromagnetics (SIEm)
Italian Georadar Association

Visiting Professorship:
Aalto University, Finland: 2012 and 2013
University of Lancaster, UK: 2014
Queen s University of Belfast (QUB), UK: 2015, 2016, and 2017
Cardiff University, UK: 2018
University of Kent, UK: 2019

International Teaching Activity:
Coordinator and Teacher of the Course, for Ph.D. students and company designers Traveling-Wave Antennas , in 2005 and 2008, in the framework of the European School of Antennas (ESoA), Rome, Italy
Coordinator and Teacher of the Course, for Ph.D. students and company designers, Leaky Waves and Periodic Structures for Antenna Applications , in the framework of the European School of Antennas (ESoA), in 2011, 2014, 2017, and 2021, Rome, Italy

Editorial Activity:
Topical Editor of Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 2014-2017 (first term) and 2017-2020 (second term)
Director of Book Series on Electromagnetism and Optics (L Ondivaga), Aracne Editions, Rome, from 2013
Co-Editor of the volume New Frontiers in Radiation and Guidance Phenomena: a Tribute to Arthur A. Oliner , Borgia, Rome, December 2007
Scientific Committee of Italian Journal of Composites and Nanotechnologies (Materials, Aerospace, Special Technologies), from 2005
Co-Editor of the Special Issue of Atti della Fondazione Giorgio Ronchi , January-April 2004.

Awards and recognitions:
2018, co-opted to the Quadrato della Radio Association
2016, one paper rewarded at International URSI Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory
2015, one paper rewarded at URSI Atlantic Radio Science Conference
2014, three papers rewarded at International URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory
2013, one paper rewarded at International URSI Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory
2013, one paper rewarded at 6th UCMMT conference
2012, Best Paper Award at International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation
2010, Sapienza Ricerca Prize
1994, Giorgio Barzilai Prize
1986, Giovanni Carosio Prize.

Interdisciplinary Scientific Event organization (last 5 years):
Measure for measure: Giovanni Giorgi and his system (15-12-2021)
The STET group: history of the companies who made the Italian telecommunications (8-5-2021)
Studying energetic and mechanical properties of electromagnetic fields with a novel format of Maxwell s equations (21-6-2019)
Aquaphotomics: Water Mirror Approach in Science (24-5-2019)
Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) for Aerospace applications (17-5-2019)
Applications of Artificial Intelligence to Medical Diagnostics (2-5-2019)
The Mysteries of Water (21-3-2019)
In Memory of Algeri Marino after 50 years from his death (14-5-2018)
Robotics for the human body. Technological applications for surgery (10-5-2018)
Patents for industrial inventions: requirements and strategies (24-6-2016)
Restoration of ancient stained glass windows: methods and applications (16-4-2016).

Citations (Google Scholar):
no. = 4464; H index = 32, i10-index = 105.

Patents:
1. Leaky-wave antenna based on stepped rectangular waveguide, #RM95A000590 (1995)
2. Software for the calculation of electromagnetic-wave scattering from an arbitrary number of cylindrical objects buried in a dielectric halfspace, #009073 (2013)
3. System for acquisition and comparison of graph curves, #RM2014A000045 (2014)
4. Applications of Artificial Intelligence to medical diagnostics, #102020000022801 (2020).

Post-doctoral fellows and Ph.D. students, graduation year and last known position:
1. Lara Pajewski, 2004, Associate Professor, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, DIET Department
2. Giampiero Lovat, 2005, Assistant Professor, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, DIAEE Department
3. Simone Paulotto, 2006, Apple Inc., Cupertino, USA
4. Alessandro Ciorba, 2008, Italian Ministry of Defense, Rome, Italy
5. Paolo Nocito, 2009, Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Rome, Italy
6. Piero Angeletti, 2010, ESA-ESTEC Research Center, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
7. Felice M. Vanin, 2012, ESA-ESTEC Research Center, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
8. Fabrizio De Paolis, 2013, ESA-ESOC Research Center, Londra, UK
9. Elisa Spinozzi, 2013, GEM Electronics Company, San Benedetto del Tronto (Ascoli Piceno), Italy
10. Nicola Tedeschi, 2013, Research Assistant, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, DIET Department
11. Roberto Laurita, 2014, Value Team Co., Rome, Italy
12. Fabio Mangini, 2014, Assistant Professor, University of Brescia
13. Endri Stoja, 2014, Fraunhofer Institute FHR, Germany
14. Marco Tannino, 2015, Vatican Radio, Vatican City
15. Muhammad Khalid, 2016, Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), Lecce, Italy
16. Carlo Santini, 2016, High-School Teacher, Rome, Italy
17. Vincenzo Pascale, Autumn 2016, Space Engineering Co.
18. Fabio Pelorossi, Autumn 2016, ESA-ESOC Research Center, Darmstadt, Germania
19. Santo Prontera, 2017, High-School Teacher, Rome, Italy
20. Emiliano Sassolini, 2017, High-School Teacher, Rome, Italy
21. Vincenzo Schena, 2017, Thales Alenia Space Co., Rome, Italy
22. Patrizio Simeoni, 2017, National Transport Authority, Dublin, Ireland
23. Fabrizio Timpani, 2017, High-School Teacher, Rome, Italy
24. Andrea Veroli, 2017, EsseQuamVideri Company, Rome, Italy
25. Badrul Alam, 2018, Research Assistant, Polytechnic University of Bari, Italy
26. Pietro Paolo Di Gregorio, 2018, So. Tel. Co., Rome, Italy
27. Enrico Lia, 2018, ESA-ESTEC Research Center, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
28. Maria Denise Astorino, 2019, Research Assistant, University of L Aquila, Italy
29. Lorenzo Dinia, 2019, Mindray Medical International Co., USA
30. Yongdiao Wen, two-year visiting student, 2019-2020, University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, China
31. Sidra Batool, 2021, post-doctoral researcher
32. Alessandro Calcaterra, 2021, Elettronica Company, Rome
33. Maurizio Troiano, 2021, post-doctoral researcher
34. Fangcheng Huang, course fourth year
35. Khushboo Munir, course fourth year
36. Mehwish Nisar, course fourth year
37. Roberto Leuzzi, course third year
38. Francesca Ponti, course third year
39. Aniqa Mehboob, course second year
40. Hamed Tari, course second year
41. Flavia Grignaffini, course first year

Past Positions:
Associate Professor, La Sapienza University of Rome, 1998-2004
Temporary Professor of Electromagnetic Fields, La Sapienza University of Rome, 1994-1997
Assistant Professor, La Sapienza University of Rome, 1990-1998.

Education:
Laurea Degree (cum laude) in Electronic Engineering, La Sapienza University of Rome, 1986
Doctoral degree (PhD) in Applied Electromagnetism and Electrophysical Sciences, La Sapienza University of Rome, 1991.

Further Studies (at Pontificia Universitas Gregoriana, PUG, Rome, Italy):
Philosophy, Biblical exegesis, Cinema, Painting.