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MAFFUCCI ANTONIO - Professore Ordinario

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Department: Dipartimento: Ingegneria Elettrica e dell'Informazione "Maurizio Scarano"

Scientific Sector: ING-IND/31

Student reception: Ricevimento on line: mercoledì e giovedì 11-13 https://meet.google.com/lookup/dgihpzfyvu

Contact info:
E-Mail: maffucci@unicas.it
Telefono ufficio: 07762993691

  • Teaching COMPLEMENTI DI ELETTROTECNICA (30159)

    Primo anno di Ingegneria Elettrica (LM-28), Curriculum unico
    Credits (CFU): 12,00
  • Teaching ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (93427)

    Primo anno di Mechanical Engineering (LM-33), Curriculum unico
    Credits (CFU): 6,00

    Program:
    Basic concepts on Electromagnetic Compatibility. Non-ideal behavior of components. Definitions, analysis models and mitigation techniques for: (i) conducted emission and immunity: (ii) signal integrity; (iii) crosstalk; (iv) radiated emission and immunity; (v) shielding; (vi) environmental impact. Simulation of EMC problems with SPICE and Matlab.
    International norms for EMC certification. CE certification. Certification procedures

    Reference books:

    [1] C. R. Paul, “Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility”, Ed. Wiley, 2006
    [2] Lecture notes in electronic format and video-lessons (available at the Classroom page of the course).

  • Teaching ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (93427)

    Primo anno di Civil and Environmental Engineering (LM-23), Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credits (CFU): 6,00

    Program:
    Basic concepts on Electromagnetic Compatibility. Non-ideal behavior of components. Definitions, analysis models and mitigation techniques for: (i) conducted emission and immunity: (ii) signal integrity; (iii) crosstalk; (iv) radiated emission and immunity; (v) shielding; (vi) environmental impact. Simulation of EMC problems with SPICE and Matlab.
    International norms for EMC certification. CE certification. Certification procedures

    Reference books:

    [1] C. R. Paul, “Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility”, Ed. Wiley, 2006
    [2] Lecture notes in electronic format and video-lessons (available at the Classroom page of the course).

  • Teaching ELETTROTECNICA (30049)

    Secondo anno di Ingegneria industriale FROSINONE (L-9), Gestionale
    Credits (CFU): 9,00

    Program:
    The circuital model: voltage, current, power and energy. One-ports. Kirchhoff laws. General methods for the analysis of linear steady-state circuits. Resistive networks, superposition, Thevenin and Norton.
    Linear circuits in time-harmonic evolution: phasors, impedance and power in time-harmonic conditions. Frequency response of a network. Resonance in RLC circuits. Three-phase systems, power in three-phase systems.
    Linear circuits in dynamic evolution: first and second order dynamics.
    Two-ports: ideal transformer, resistive two-ports and their representation. Circuit simulation with SPICE.

    Basic concepts on Electromagnetism. Maxwell equations.
    Electrostatics in vacuum and in media. Dielectrics and conductors. Electric field and potential produced by simple charge distributions. Electrical capacitance and capacitor. Capacitive coupling.
    Stationary conduction model. Ohm law. Resistance of a thin wire. The voltage source.
    Magnetostatics in vacuum. Magnetic field produced by simple current distributions. Magnetic materials and hysteresis. Magnetic circuits and reluctance. Skin effect and eddy currents. Electromagnetic induction and magnetic flux. Solenoid. Self and mutual inductance. The inductor. The mutual inductor. The real transformer and its circuital equivalent representations.
    Energy of the electromagnetic field. Energy associated to a system of charges and to a system of currents. Electrostatic force. Forces acting on currents. Mechanical effects of the magnetic field. Energy, force and torque for simple electrical and magnetic configurations.

    Reference books:
    References:

    [1] Elettrotecnica, Principi e Applicazioni, G. Rizzoni, Ed. McGraw-Hill, 2013.
    [2] Circuiti, Fondamenti di Circuiti per l’Ingegneria, M. de Magistris, G. Miano, Ed. Springer, 2007.
    [3] Electronic notes and video-lectures (available on-line, at the Classroom page of the course)

  • Teaching NANOTECNOLOGIE PER APPLICAZIONI ELETTRICHE (91532)

    Secondo anno di Ingegneria Elettrica (LM-28), Curriculum unico
    Credits (CFU): 6,00

    Program:
    Introduction to Nanotechnology. Nanostructured materials and synthesis. Main properties of nanostructured materials: graphene, carbon nanotubes and other materials. The electrical transport at nanoscale: semi-classical and quantum models. Derivation of equivalent circuit models. Electrical applications: interconnects, electromagnetic shieldings, photovoltaics, electrical batteries, nanotransistors and nanoantennas. Numerical simulation of the nanoscale models.
    Laboratory: synthesis and characterization of nanostructured materials (at INFN, Frascati).
    Electrical and electromagnetic characterization of nanotechnological components.

    Reference books:
    [1] A. Maffucci, S. A. Maksimenko, “Fundamental and Applied Nano-electromagnetics”, Springer, 2016
    [2] Electronic notes and video-lessons (available at the Classroom page of the course)

  • Teaching PROGETTO DI APPLICAZIONI AVANZATE (91543)

    Secondo anno di Ingegneria Elettrica (LM-28), Curriculum unico
    Credits (CFU): 12,00

    Program:
    This course is devoted to the realization of a project of an advanced application. Therefore, the contents of this course vary from project to project and are specified in the call.

    Reference books:
    The reference textbooks and other material are defined once the project is identified.

  • Teaching PROGETTO DI ALTA FORMAZIONE (91544)

    Secondo anno di Ingegneria Elettrica (LM-28), Curriculum unico
    Credits (CFU): 6,00

    Program:
    This course is devoted to the study of the subjects and the topics relevant to the project which this activity is connected to. Therefore, the contents of this course vary from project to project and are specified in the call.

    Reference books:
    The reference textbooks and other material are defined once the project is identified.

  • Teaching ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (93427)

    Secondo anno di Civil and Environmental Engineering (LM-23), Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credits (CFU): 6,00

    Program:
    Basic concepts on Electromagnetic Compatibility. Non-ideal behavior of components. Definitions, analysis models and mitigation techniques for: (i) conducted emission and immunity: (ii) signal integrity; (iii) crosstalk; (iv) radiated emission and immunity; (v) shielding; (vi) environmental impact. Simulation of EMC problems with SPICE and Matlab.
    International norms for EMC certification. CE certification. Certification procedures

    Reference books:

    [1] C. R. Paul, “Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility”, Ed. Wiley, 2006
    [2] Lecture notes in electronic format and video-lessons (available at the Classroom page of the course).

  • Teaching Electromagnetic Compatibility: Modeling and Measurements (90836)

    Modulo Electromagnetic Compatibility: Modeling and Measurements

    Secondo anno di Telecommunications Engineering (LM-27), Curriculum unico
    Credits (CFU): 3,00

    Program:
    Basic concepts on Electromagnetic Compatibility. Non-ideal behavior of components. Definitions, analysis models and mitigation techniques for: (i) conducted emission and immunity: (ii) signal integrity; (iii) crosstalk, radiated emission and immunity. Shielding. EMC-aware design of electronic systems. Numerical simulations with SPICE and Matlab of EMC problems. Signal integrity analysis of high-speed electronic circuits.
    Instrumentation for the measurement of electromagnetic compatibility: EMI receivers, spectrum analyzers, antennas and probes, the Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN), coupling/decoupling networks, disturbance generators. Methods and instrumentation for the measurement of the RF electromagnetic fields with reference to the human exposure. Laboratory: Measurements of conducted and radiated Emissions; Measurements of conducted and radiated immunity; Measurements for the estimation of RF electromagnetic fields with reference to the human exposure.

    Reference books:
    [1] C. R. Paul, “Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility”, Ed. Wiley, 2006
    [2] N. Montrose, “Testing for EMC compliance”, Ed. Wiley, 2004.
    [3] Lecture notes in electronic format (available at the Classroom page of the course).

  • Teaching Electromagnetic Compatibility: Modeling and Measurements (90836)

    Modulo Electromagnetic Compatibility: Modeling and Measurements

    Secondo anno di Ingegneria Informatica (LM-32), Generale
    Credits (CFU): 3,00

    Program:
    Basic concepts on Electromagnetic Compatibility. Non-ideal behavior of components. Definitions, analysis models and mitigation techniques for: (i) conducted emission and immunity: (ii) signal integrity; (iii) crosstalk, radiated emission and immunity. Shielding. EMC-aware design of electronic systems. Numerical simulations with SPICE and Matlab of EMC problems. Signal integrity analysis of high-speed electronic circuits.
    Instrumentation for the measurement of electromagnetic compatibility: EMI receivers, spectrum analyzers, antennas and probes, the Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN), coupling/decoupling networks, disturbance generators. Methods and instrumentation for the measurement of the RF electromagnetic fields with reference to the human exposure. Laboratory: Measurements of conducted and radiated Emissions; Measurements of conducted and radiated immunity; Measurements for the estimation of RF electromagnetic fields with reference to the human exposure.

    Reference books:
    [1] C. R. Paul, “Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility”, Ed. Wiley, 2006
    [2] N. Montrose, “Testing for EMC compliance”, Ed. Wiley, 2004.
    [3] Lecture notes in electronic format (available at the Classroom page of the course).

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Antonio Maffucci is from 2019 full Professor of Electrotechnics at the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering of the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Italy, teaching courses on Electrotechnics, Electromagnetic Compatibility, and Nanotechnology.

** EDUCATION
1996: Laurea Degree in Electronic Engineering summa cum laude from the University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy

2000: Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering, from the University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy.

** CAREER
1997, Assistant Engineer, Engineering Analysis Group at the nuclear fusion laboratory JET, Culham, U.K.

2000-2002. Research Grant, Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy.

2002-2005. University Researcher at University of Cassino and Southern Lazio

2005-2019. Associate Professor at University of Cassino and Southern Lazio

** INSTITUTIONAL ROLES

2018 to date. President of the Course of Study in Electrical Engineering at the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio

2016 to date. Member of the Technical Committee of the CREATE Consortium

2018-2022. Coordinator of the international mobility project ICM Erasmus+ Italy-Tunisia

2016-2020. Coordinator of the international mobility project ICM Erasmus+ Italy-Belarus

2009 to date: member of the Council of the Doctoral School in “Electrical and Information Engineering” at the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio

2016-2018. Coordinator of the Course of Study in Electrical Engineering at the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio

2009-2014: President of the “Centro Universitario per l’Orientamento at the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio

** RESEARCH ACTIVITY

His research activity is carried out at the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering of the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, in collaboration with CREATE Consortium and INFN Frascati.
His main research interests are the following:

1) electromagnetic and circuital modelling, applied to:
- electrical and electronics systems for micro and nano-electronics applications
- nanomaterials for electrical and electronics applications
- quantum devices and components
- electromagnetic systems for automotive and aerospace applications

2) computational electromagnetism, applied to fusion machines and non-destructive testing

3) electromagnetic compatibility and signal integrity

4) macro-modelling and identification of reduced order systems


** RESEARCH PROJECTS (last 10 years)

2019-2023: project “TERASSE, Terahertz Antennas with Self-amplified Spontaneous Emission, CALL MSCA-RISE 2018 (EU Horizon 2020, grant n. 823878). Principal Investigator.
2017-2019. “MICEV, Metrology for inductive charging of electric vehicles,” bando EU H2020 EMPIR, (grant # 16ENG08). Coordinator of the Unit of Cassino. Project coordinator: INRIM (Turin, Italy)
2017-2018. “ARW - Fundamental and Applied NanoElectroMagnetics - II”, in collaboration with Belarus State University, Minsk (Belarus), funded by NATO SPS Program, (grant # ARW G5409).

2015-2016. “Signal Integrity and Power Integrity analysis for high frequency PCBs,” funded by Micron Foundation, USA
2014-2015. “Signal Integrity and Power Integrity analysis on PCB development in the high frequency applications”, funded by Micron Foundation, USA
2014-2015. “Carbon-lines: modelling and experimental characterization of innovative nano-interconnects based on graphene of carbon nanotubes,” in collaboration with INFN Frascati (Italy), funded by Region Lazio, PON 2007-2013 (grant n. 58573 - FR 043183).

2014-2015. “ARW - Fundamental and Applied NanoElectroMagnetics”, in collaboration with Consorzio CREATE, Napoli (Italy) and Belarus State University, Minsk (Belarus), funded by NATO SPS Program, (grant # ARW 984776).

2010-2011. “Systems of innovative electronic memories for ICT applications, characterized by high data storage capability and low power dissipation, with convergent architectures and micro and nano integration”, in collaboration with Portland State University (USA) and Numonyx Italy, Call Region Lazio-CRUL, PON 2007-2013.

He has also been the Scientific Responsible for several Industrial Research projects, in collaboration with other research Centers (ENEA) and with private companies, such as Micron Semiconductors Italia, STMicroelectronics, Advanced Systems Development, Nanesa.

He serves as reviewer for research project evaluation for national and international evaluation agencies and for the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MIUR) and Ministry of Economic Development (MISE).

** PUBBLICAZIONI

Ha pubblicato circa 160 articoli scientifici, su riviste internazionali (di cui 3 su invito) e atti di conferenze internazionali (di cui 11 su invito).
E’ autore di 8 capitoli di libri e dei seguenti libri:

2019. A. Maffucci S. Maksimenko Y. Svirko, “Carbon-Based Nanoelectromagnetics,” Elsevier, ISBN: 9780081023938

2019. A. Maffucci, S. A. Maksimenko, “Fundamental and Applied Nano-electromagnetics II: THz Circuits, Materials, Devices”, Springer, The Netherlands, SERIES: NATO Science for Peace and Security Series B, ISBN: 978-94-024-1686-2

2016. A. Maffucci, S. A. Maksimenko, “Fundamental and Applied Nano-electromagnetics”, Springer, The Netherlands, NATO Science for Peace and Security Series, ISBN: 978-94-017-7476-5.

2016. A. Todri-Sanial, J. Dijon, A. Maffucci, “Carbon Nanotubes for Interconnects: Process, Design and Applications”, Springer, The Netherlands, ISBN: 978-3-319-29744-6,

2001. G. Miano, A. Maffucci, “Transmission lines and lumped circuits”, Academic Press, New York,

La lista complete delle pubblicazioni è reperibile su: https://iris.unicas.it (-> ricerca per autore)

[Ultima modifica: mercoledì 30 novembre 2016]