Patrizia LAMBERTI Curriculum

Patrizia Lamberti was born in 1974, ITALY.
She received the Laurea Degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Salerno in 2001 with a thesis on the "Analysis and tolerance design of closed-loop controllers for switching converters”. She received the Ph.D in Information Engineering at the University of Salerno in 2006 with a dissertation on "Robust design of circuits in presence of uncertain parameters”.
From the January 2005 she is Assistant Professor with Engineering School at the University of Salerno, Italy. From 2013 she is with the Department of Information Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics (DIEM) at the same University and she performs her research activity primary at the Lab for Electromagnetic Characterization of Materials (LCEM). She is also with the interdepartmental center NANO_MATES (Research Centre for NANOMAterials and nanoTEchnology at University of Salerno) on nanotechnology of the University of Salerno and the ICEmB - national inter-university research Centre on the interaction between electromagnetic fields and biosystems. She is national substitute MC and responsible for the University of Salerno – Faculty of Engineering – section of COST Action TD1104 - EP4Bio2Med (European network for development of electroporation-based technologies and treatments). From 2008 she is active IEEE Member, with membership in Communications Society, Electron Devices Society and Women in Engineering.
From the 2003 to the 2006 she was member of the University Student National Council (CNSU) and the National University Council (CUN) as the national representative of the Ph.D Students.
From the 2001 she worked with the research group of Electrotechnics of the University of Salerno. Since 2002 she is involved in experimental researches on materials and innovative composites for electrical engineering applications at the LCEM. The research activity has lead to several scientific publications on international journals, on proceedings of national and international conferences. Her research interests concern numerical methods for electromagnetic fields, tolerance analysis and design optimization in power electronics circuits and magnetic components, uncertainty in real systems, EM modeling of condensed matter, EM modeling and characterization of novel material. The main recent research subjects concern the robust design of electromagnetic devices, the treatment of biological cells by means of Pulsed Electric Field, the electromagnetic characterization and modeling of nanocomposites based on carbon nanostructure like as CNT, CNF and graphene.
She was involved in the following research projects as a team-component:
1. 2012- until now – European Project (Collaborative project- Level 1 CP-FP) 7ht FP [FP7-AERONAUTICS and AIR TRANSPORT (AAT)- 2012-RTD-1]- IASS (Improving the Aircraft Safety by Self -healing structure and protecting nanofillers) Grant agreement no. 313978
2. 2009-2011 - European Project (Collaborative Project - Small or medium-scale focused research project (STREP) [ICT-2007.8.1] 7th FP [FET Proactive 1: Nano-scale ICT devices and systems] CATHERINE (Carbon nAnotube Technology for High-speed nExtgeneRation nano-InterconNEcts) Grant agreement no. 216215.
3. 2005-2007: European Project Leonardo Da Vinci "Energy Conversion Systems and their Environmental Impact" (I/05/B/F/PP-154181)
4. 2012- until now: Regional - POR Campania FSE 2007-2013, Assi IV e V - Sviluppo reti di eccellenza - Progetto MASTRI (MAteriali e STRutture Intelligenti)
5. 2011-until now: Regional - P.O.N. RICERCA E COMPETITIVITA' 2007/2013 Azione II "Interventi di sostegno alla ricerca industriale" - title: SFERE (Sistemi Ferroviari: Ecososteniblità e Risparmio Energetico) code PON01_00595
6. 2002-2004: national Ministery- PRIN 2002: "Studio, progetto ed ottimizzazione di convertitori statici per un sistema di produzione ibrido di energia”.
Moreover from the 2010 to 2012 she was vice-responsible of the biannual national project PRIN2008-DENSE (Development and Electromagnetic Characterization of Nano Structured Carbon Based Polymer CompositEs) founded by the Italian University Ministry. From the 2002 to 2011 she was team component of research projects founded by University of Salerno for activity in the basic research context. In 2012 she received, as team-leader, the responsibility of a project for the research group of Electrotechnics of the University of Salerno, titled “Modellistica e caratterizzazione elettromagnetica di strutture nanometriche”, leading to an activity on “EM modeling at nano-level” (including biological cells subjected to impulsive electrical fields).