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Aldo Romani

Associate Professor

Department of Electrical, Electronic, and Information Engineering "Guglielmo Marconi"

Academic discipline: ING-INF/01 Electronic Engineering

Coordinator of PhD Programme in Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technologies Engineering

Research

Keywords: Energy harvesting Nano-power circuits Micro-power circuits Piezoelectric transducers Micro-magnetics sensors Hall sensors CMOS Field-programmable gate arrays Digital circuits RFID

The research activities of Aldo Romani include:
  • Environmental energy harvesting systems, with a special focus on the development of circuital solutions in CMOS technology for efficient micropower management
  • Systems for sensor applications, with a special focus on microelectronic and piezoelectric technologies
  • Wireless sensor systems based on RFID protocols
  • Design of micro- and nano-power electronic systems
  • Hall sensors and sensor networks for smart energy metering
  • Micro-magnetics
His research interests include:
  • FPGA (Field-Programmable-Gate-Array) applications, focusing on SOPC (System-On-a-Programmable-Chip) development and hardware-software codesign.