Romano Giannetti was born in La Spezia, Italy, in 1964. He received his degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Pisa in 1989 and the Ph.D. in Electronic and Computer Engineering from the University of Padua in 1993. He was a researcher at Pisa University (Italy) from 1994 to 1998, and since then is Professor at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid (ICAI-ICADE), where he served in several management positions (vice-rector, deputy director, department director). His research interests are in the field of measurement instrumentation and methodology, especially in the field of biomedical instrumentation. He worked on the realization of high portable measurement systems, in noise measurement techniques, in support instrumentation for microelectronic technology (MBE and ALMBE systems), in non-invasive techniques for blood gas measurements, and in low noise measurement systems aimed at the characterization of non-linear materials. He is a senior member of the Measurement and of the Education societies of IEEE.
Areas of interest:
Measurement instrumentation and methodology. Biomedical instrumentation. Noise measurements.
Development of portable measurement systems, instrumentation to support microelectronic technology (MBE and ALMBE systems), non-invasive techniques for measuring blood gases, design of low-noise amplification system for EEG, measurement-oriented instrumentation for characterization of non-linear materials.
Design of analog electronics circuits in general, especially low-noise ones. Design of electronic instrumentation systems, especially those oriented to biomedical electronics.
Current research interests:
Non-invasive EEG measurement systems and electrode contact resistance. Low-cost EEG system applications. Biomedical instrumentation design. Metamaterial-based sensors.