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    Personal information
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     Date Submitted:08-04-2013
     Last Modified:14-04-2013 (03:50)
    Job information
     Current job:Ph.D. student
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsDesign of electronics MMIC systems and circuits for RF, microwave and mm-wave applications. Gain, low-noise, power and distributed amplifiers. Phase shifters. Attenuators. Switches. Filters. Circulators. Core-chips. T/R modules. Frequency multipliers. Exp
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    Personal Information

     

    Date of birth

    03/04/1984

    Nationality

    Italian

    Driving license

    A1, B

     

     

    Professional Sector

     

    Preferred job

    Electronic systems and circuits designer for RF, microwave and mm-wave applications. I would like to learn managing tasks

     

     

    Education and Training

     

    Expected date

    December 2013 

    Qualification awarded

    Doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.)

    Educational establishment

    Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”

    Via del Politecnico, 1, 00133Roma

    Subject

    “Signal conditioning for high-frequency electronic systems”

    Supervisor: Prof. Ernesto Limiti

     

     

    Date

    07/05/2010 

    Qualification awarded

    Electronic Engineering M.Sc. (D.M. 270/2004)

    Educational establishment

    Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”

    Via del Politecnico, 1, 00133Roma

    Subject and title of the thesis

    High frequency electronics. “Study of non-reciprocal circuits for signal conditioning for high-frequency electronic systems: new topologies and demonstrator project”

    Supervisor: Prof. Ernesto Limiti

    Final grade

    110/110, cum laude and press dignity

     

     

    Date

    26/10/2007 

    Qualification awarded

    Electronic Engineering Degree (NN.O)

    Educational establishment

    Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”

    Via del Politecnico, 1, 00133Roma

    Subject and title of the thesis

    Optoelectronics. “Simulation of the electromagnetic field in a Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser”

    Supervisor: Prof. Aldo Di Carlo

    Final grade

    110/110, cum laude

     

     

    Date

    26/06/2004

    Qualification awarded

    Industrial expert foreman, specialized in Electronics and Telecommunications

    Educational establishment

    I.T.I.S “H. Hertz”, Via Walter Procaccini, 70, 00173, Rome - Italy

    Final grade

    100/100

    Date

    March – June 2013

    Attended course

    CAPM®– Certified Associate in Project Management (without certification yet)

    Educational establishment

    PMI Rome Italy Chapter

     

     

    Personal Skills

     

    Mother tongue

    Italian

    Other language

    English

     

     

    Technical skills

    Design of electronics MMIC systems and circuits for RF, microwave and mm-wave applications. Gain, low-noise, power and distributed amplifiers. Phase shifters. Attenuators. Switches. Filters. Circulators. Core-chips. T/R modules. Frequency multipliers. Experiences in HMIC design and realization.

     

     

    Informatic skills

    Programming languages: C/C++, assembler Z80/AVR90/ST7, PHP, AEL

    Operative systems: Windows and Linux

    Word processor/Presentation: Microsoft Office package

    Software packages: Agilent ADS, AWR Microwave Office, HFSS, CST Microwave studio, Matlab, Mathcad

     

     

    Social skills

    Good attitude to teamwork, even in multicultural environments

     

     

    Organizational skills

    Good orientation in achieving the goals, good initiative and determination oriented to the Problem Solving

     

     

    Other skills or interests

    Philosophy and Metaphysics

     

     

    Other informations

     

    Publications in international journals and conferences

           Bentini, E. Limiti, M. Palomba and D. Palombini, A novel 2-18 ghz monolithic distributed 180° combiner, ISMOT 2011 proceedings, 2011, pp. 53-56.

           M. Palomba, A. Bentini, M. Ferrari, E. Limiti and D. Palombini, Novel active non-reciprocal phase shifter, ISMOT 2011 proceedings, 2011, pp. 381-384.

           Bentini, W. Ciccognani, M. Palomba, D. Palombini and E. Limiti, "High-density mixed signal rf front-end electronics for t‑r modules," 1st IEEE-AESS Conference about Space and Satellite Telecommunication (ESTEL), Rome, 2012.

           Bentini, S. Colangeli, D. Palombini, M. Palomba, W. Ciccognani and E. Limiti, Mmic millimeter-wave front-end electronics, Gruppo Elettronica, GE, 2012.

           Bentini, M. Palomba, D. Palombini and E. Limiti, An ultra‑broadband 2–8 ghz gan hemt mmic active combiner, 19th International Conference on Microwave Radar and Wireless Communications (MIKON), 2012, pp. 479-482.

           R. Cleriti, S. Colangeli, W. Ciccognani, A. Bentini, M. Palomba, L. Scucchia and E. Limiti, Advanced characterization approaches oriented to microwave cryogenic and noise source-pull measurements, Gruppo Elettronica, GE, 2012.

           S. Colangeli, A. Bentini, W. Ciccognani, D. Palombini, M. Palomba and E. Limiti, "Noise characterization of 0.5 um hemts fabricated in gan-on-silicon technology," ESA Microwave Technology and Techniques Workshop 2012, 2012.

           S. Colangeli, W. Ciccognani, M. Palomba and E. Limiti, Automated determination of device noise parameters using multi-frequency, source-pull data, Proceedings of the 7th European Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference, 2012, pp. 163-166.

           M. Palomba, A. Bentini, D. Palombini, W. Ciccognani and E. Limiti, A novel hybrid active quasi-circulator for l-band applications, 19th International Conference on Microwave Radar and Wireless Communications (MIKON), 2012, pp. 41‑44.

           M. Palomba, W. Ciccognani, E. Limiti and L. Scucchia, An active non-reciprocal phase shifter topology, Microwave and Optical Technology Letters 54 (2012), 1659-1661.

           D. Palombini, M. Palomba, S. Colangeli and E. Limiti, Novel broadband nonreciprocal 180° phase-shifter, 19th International Conference on Microwave Radar and Wireless Communications (MIKON), 2012, pp. 31-34.

     

     

    Conferences

    Speaker at the ISMOT 2011(Prague) and MIKON 2012(Warsaw) international conferences

     

     

    Awards

    Sebastiano and Rita Raeli award (2010)

     

     



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