Fabio Filicori

Università di Bologna, Italy

Fabio Filicori graduated in Electronic Engineering at he University of Bologna, where he began his academic career, first as a Research Assistant and later as an Associate Professor of Applied Electronics. In 1990 he became Full Professor of Applied Electronics at the University of Perugia. In 1991 he moved to the University of Ferrara, where he was Responsible for the Degree Course in Electronic Engineering up to 1995. At present he is Full Professor of Electronics at the University of Bologna. During his academic career he has held courses in Electronic circuit design, Industrial Electronics, Electronics for Telecommunications and Electronics for Automation. He has been Coordinator of the PhD Course in Electronics, Computer Science and Telecommunications. He has been a member of the Scientific Research Committee of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Bologna. He has been the national coordinator of several research projects on microwave device modelling and circuit design financed by MIUR (Ministry of University)and CNR (National Research Council) . He has been a member of the the work group of the MIUR for the evaluation of national research projects on electronics. In October 2007 he became a member of the Work Group on Space Technologies and, since January 2008, he has been a member of the Technological Commission of the Italian Space Agency. He is a member of the Technical Program Committee of the EUMIC Symposium within the European Microwave Week. He has been work-package leader for the European Network of Excellence TARGET. He is the author of about 200 papers. His research activities have mainly concerned the techniques for circuit design for applications in the field of telecommunications and industrial automation, the modelling of electronic devices and systems, instrumentation and measurement techniques for the characterization and performance evaluation of electron devices and circuits.

Biography Updated on 14 March 2010

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