Mario Carpentieri - Full Professor
Competencies and research activities
Prof. Mario Carpentieri
Dott. Francesco Cutugno
Dott. Jamel Riavi
Prof. Silvano Vergura
The scientific activity concerns the following two main topics of the Electrical Engineering:
• Micromagnetism and Spintronics
• Modelling, diagnostics and reliability of renewable energy sources
The first research topic studies:
• Magnetic materials modeling.
• Design of Spin-Transfer Torque (STT) MRAM and nano-oscillators.
• Design of nanodevices spin-orbit torque based.
• Linear and nonlinear dynamics of magnetic excitations in magnetic films, multilayers, and finite-size samples: spin waves, solitons, skyrmions.
• Applications of linear and nonlinear spin waves in microwave signal processing.
• Design of hybrid CMOS-STT-MRAM circuits.
• CUDA Applications.
The second research topic studies:
• Modelling of grid-connected and stand-alone renewable energy sources
• Smart-grids and micro-grids
• Penetration of RES in power systems
• Statistics for monitoring the performance of RES
• Nondestructive techniques for diagnostics of RES
• ICT for energy
Collaborations with companies and institutions
• since 2001, with the theoretical group of prof. Giovanni Finocchio, University of Messina, Italy.
• since 2002, with the experimental group of prof. Ermanno Cardelli and Prof. Pietro Burrascano, University of Perugia, Italy.
• since 2003, with the theoretical group of prof. Luis Torres and Luis Lopez-Diaz, University of Salamanca, Spain.
• since April 2005, with the experimental group of prof. Dan Ralph, University of Cornell, Ithaca, NY, USA.
• since 2008, with the experimental group of prof. Giovanni Carlotti and dr. Gianluca Gubbiotti, University of Perugia, Italy.
• since November 2010, with the theoretical group of prof. Andrei Slavin, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA.
• since 2013, with the theoretical group of prof. Adel Mellit, Renewable Energy Laboratory, Jijel University, Algeria.
• since 2013, with the theoretical group of prof. Loredana Cristaldi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy.since 2013, with the theoretical group of Dr. Alessandro Massi Pavan, University of Manchester, UK.
• since 2013, APIS Ltd, Spinoff, Bari, Italy.
• since 2015, with the experimental group of prof. Johan Åkerman, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.