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Andrea Bernieri (Member, IEEE) (bernieri@unicas.it) has
been a Full Professor of electrical measurements with the
Faculty of Engineering, University of Cassino and Southern
Lazio, Cassino, Italy since 2002. He received the M.S. and
Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University
of Napoli " Federico II, " Naples, Italy, in 1982 and 1987, respectively.
He is principally concerned with research into the
design and realization of automatic measurement systems,
development of techniques and measurement algorithms
for dynamic system model identification and characterization,
development of neural algorithms for fault detection
and diagnosis in dynamic systems, design and realization
of eddy current testing systems, and development of techniques
and instruments for measuring electric power in
distorted conditions.
Gianni Cerro (Member, IEEE) (gianni.cerro@unimol.it) is
a Research Fellow with the Department of Medicine and
Health Sciences " Vincenzo Tiberio, " University of Molise,
Italy. His research interests involve magnetic localization systems
for biomedical and industrial applications, cognitive
radio systems for new generation communication technologies,
measurements in telecommunication networks, sensor
networks for environmental monitoring, and measurement
characterization of medical devices, such as brain-computer
interfaces.
Luigi Ferrigno (Senior Member, IEEE) (ferrigno@unicas.it) has
been a Full Professor of electric and electronic measurement
and the Scientific Manager of the Industrial Measurements
Laboratory, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio,
Cassino, Italy since 2004. In 2008, he was a Founding Member
of the university spin-off, Spring Off (University of Salerno),
Fisciano, Italy. He is an NDE4.0 Ambassador for the Italian Association
of Non-Destructive Evaluation and Test (AiPnD) in
the EFNDT WG10. He coordinated and participated in several
national and international research projects. His current
research interests include the NDT4.0, novel learning sensors
and measurement systems for smart city, the Internet of Things
(IoT), automotive, smart energy, and environment.
Marco Laracca (Member, IEEE) (marco.laracca@uniroma1.it)
is Assistant Professor of electronic measurements with the Sapienza
University of Rome, Italy. He received the M.S. degree
in electrical engineering and the Ph.D. degree in electrical and
information engineering from the University of Cassino and
Southern Lazio, Cassino, Italy in 2002 and 2006, respectively.
From 2006 to 2021, he was Assistant Professor of electrical and
electronic measurements with the University of Cassino. He
has been the Chief of the ACCREDIA Notified Metrology Laboratory
(LAT 105) since 2018. His current research interests
include the realization of the measurement system for NonDestructive
Testing, sensor realization and characterization,
electric measurement under non-sinusoidal conditions, and
speed calibration.
Filippo Milano (Student Member, IEEE) (filippo.milano@
unicas.it) is a Research Fellow in the Department of Electrical
and Information Engineering, University of Cassino and
Southern Lazio, Cassino, Italy. His research interests involve
the design, implementation and characterization of positioning
systems for biomedical and industrial applications,
impedance measurements for predictive battery diagnosis and
thickness measurements of metal laminates using eddy current
techniques.
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