Flaminio FERRARA Curriculum

Flaminio Ferrara was born near Salerno, Italy, in 1972. He received the Laurea degree in electronic en­gineering from the University of Salerno in 1999. Since the same year, he has been with the Research Group in Applied Electromagnetics at the University of Salerno. He received the Ph.D. degree in Information Engineering at the same University, where he is presently an Assistant Professor of Electromagnetic Fields. His interests include: application of sampling tech­niques to the efficient reconstruction of electromagnetic fields and to NF–FF transformation techniques; monostatic radar cross section evaluations of corner reflectors. Dr. Ferrara is co-author of about 250 scientific papers, mainly in international journals and conference proceedings. In particular, he is co-author of three books on NF–FF transformation techniques and co-author of the chapter “Near-field antenna measurement techniques” of the Handbook of Antenna Technologies. He is reviewer for several international journals and member of the Editorial board of the International Journal of Antennas and Propagation. He is member of the IEEE society.