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Marco Crescentini

Associate Professor

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

Academic discipline: ING-INF/07 Electrical and Electronic Measurement


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Publications prior to 2004

M. Bennati, F. Lodesani, M. Crescentini, A. Mariani and M. Tartagni, “A Delta-Sigma Approach for Ion Channel Based Biosensor Arrays”, in Transducers Dig. Tech. Papers, Vol. 1, pp. 835-838, June 2007.

M. Tartagni, M. Crescentini, and M. Bennati, “New Trends in Microelectronic Interfaces for (Bio)Chemical Sensors” presented at NATO ARW on “ Portable chemical sensors for the rapid detection of chemical and biological agents and other weapons of terrorism”, Snogeholm castle, Lund (Sjöbo), Sweden, Jul. 2011.

F. Thei, M. Rossi, M. Bennati, M. Crescentini, C. Berti and M. Tartagni, “A Low Noise Ion Channel Amplifier in a USB Pen Drive”, Biophys. Meeting, vol. 104, no. 2, pp. 519, Jan. 2013.

F. Thei, M. Rossi, M. Bennati, M. Crescentini, and M. Tartagni, “A Miniaturized Single Channel Amplifier for Various Different Electrophysiology Setup”, Biophys. Meeting, vol. 106, no. 2, pp. 623a, Jan. 2014. 

M. Crescentini , A. Romani, and E. Sangiorgi, “Physical simulations of response time in Hall sensor devices”, 15th Int. Conf. on Ultimate Integration on Silicon (ULIS), Stockholm, Sweden, April, 2014    

M. Crescentini, M. Bennati, and M. Tartagni, “Ultra Low-Noise Electrophysiology Amplifier on a Chip”, 10th BioCAS Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, October, 2014.

M. Crescentini, M. Bennati and M. Tartagni, “A High Resolution Standalone Interface for Kelvin Impedance Sensing”, IEEE J. Solid State Circuits, vol. 49, no. 10, pp. 2199-2212, October 2014.   

M. Tartagni, M. Crescentini, M. Rossi, H. Morgan, and E. Sangiorgi, “An AC and Phase Nanowire Sensing for Site-Binding Detection”, 2014 International Electron Device Meeting (IEDM), San Francisco, California, December, 2014.

M. Crescentini, F. Thei, M. Bennati, S. Saha, M. R.R. de Planque, H. Morgan and M. Tartagni, “A Distributed Amplifier System for Bilayer Lipid Membrane (BLM) Arrays with Noise and Individual Offset Cancellation”, IEEE Trans. Biomedical Circuits and Syst., in press.