Anna Richelli

University of Brescia, Italy


Anna Richelli obtained her B.A. degree and M.S. degree, 2000, in electronic engineering from the University of Brescia, Italy. Her final thesis entitled “Design of CMOS Amplifiers with Low EMI Susceptibility” was supervised by Professor Zsolt M. Kovacs‐Vajna. She was a Ph.D. degree student in electronic instrumentation at University of Brescia, Italy, 2001–2003. She has a permanent position as an Assistant Professor of Electronics at the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Brescia, Italy. She has been Consultant at STMicroelectronics in Agrate Brianza (MI) and she is Member of the IEEE. Her research interests are focused on analog‐mixed signal CMOS integrated circuits. Since 2003 she is studying the effect of electromagnetic interferences (EMI) in analog circuits (operational amplifier, voltage references, and regulators) and she is designing operational amplifiers with high immunity to electromagnetic interferences. Since 2005 she is studying and designing integrated DC/DC converters, mainly for flash memories applications. Novel charge pump architectures and novel topologies using integrated inductors or transformers were studied and a detailed model of integrated inductors and transformers has been carried out, as well. Since 2009 she is studying and designing analog integrated circuits for ultralow voltage applications and DC/DC converter for energy harvesting. The above research activities led to many international publications in journals and conference proceedings and international patents.

Biography Updated on 23 February 2015

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