Maurizio Valle, Ph. D.
|Microelectronics||University of Genova, Genova, Liguria, Italy|
Area:Mixed mode microelectronic systems (in CMOS technology) for signal processing and ad hoc wireless sensors networks, Embedded Integrated Circuits for Telecommunications, Electronic/artificial sensitive skin, Embedded electronic systems for tactile sensors,
Maurizio Valle was born in Loano, Italy, in 1959.
He received the Master degree in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Genoa in 1985. Since 1985 he joined the Department of Biophysical and Electronic Engineering (DIBE - University of Genoa) working on VLSI systems design. In 1990 he received the Ph. D. degree in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Genoa (curriculum: Microelectronics). From 1990 to 1992 he worked at DIBE as post doc research assistant for research projects funded by MURST and CNR. In 1992 he became Assistant Professor. He is currently teaching four courses in Microelectronics and Industrial Electronics (Laurea and Laurea Specialistica degrees) in the curricula of Electronic Engineering and Management Engineering (University of Genova). His main research and scientific interests are in the areas of mixed � mode microelectronic systems (in CMOS technology) for signal processing and ad hoc wireless sensors networks. Target applications are in the field of industrial quality control analysis, consumer appliances, sensors readout circuitry and telecommunication systems.
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|Daniele Caviglia||grad student||University of Genova|
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|Ravinder S. Dahiya||grad student|
|Luigi Pinna||grad student||University of Genova|
|Leonardo BARBONI MORALES||grad student||2006-2010||University of Genova|
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|Valle M. (2020) Editorial of Special Issue "Tactile Sensing Technology and Systems". Micromachines. 11|
|Fares H, Abbass Y, Valle M, et al. (2020) Validation of Screen-Printed Electronic Skin Based on Piezoelectric Polymer Sensors. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). 20|
|Alameh M, Abbass Y, Ibrahim A, et al. (2020) Smart Tactile Sensing Systems Based on Embedded CNN Implementations. Micromachines. 11|
|Saleh M, Abbass Y, Ibrahim A, et al. (2019) Experimental Assessment of the Interface Electronic System for PVDF-Based Piezoelectric Tactile Sensors. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). 19|
|Chang RC, Lee GGC, Delbruck T, et al. (2019) Introduction to the Special Issue on the 1st IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Circuits and Systems (AICAS 2019) Ieee Journal On Emerging and Selected Topics in Circuits and Systems. 9: 595-597|
|Ibrahim A, Valle M. (2018) Real-Time Embedded Machine Learning for Tensorial Tactile Data Processing Ieee Transactions On Circuits and Systems I-Regular Papers. 65: 3897-3906|
|Ibrahim A, Pinna L, Valle M. (2018) Experimental characterization of dedicated front-end electronics for piezoelectric tactile sensing arrays Integration. 63: 266-272|
|Hijazi Z, Grassi M, Caviglia DD, et al. (2018) Time-based calibration-less read-out circuit for interfacing wide range MOX gas sensors Integration. 63: 232-239|
|Khalil AA, Valle M, Chible H, et al. (2018) CMOS event-driven tactile sensor circuit Integration. 63: 315-322|
|Ibrahim A, Gastaldo P, Chible H, et al. (2017) Real-Time Digital Signal Processing Based on FPGAs for Electronic Skin Implementation †. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland). 17|