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TC-37 - Measurements and Networking
Mauro D’Arco, (M.D. 1999, Ph.D. 2003) is an Associate Professor at the University of Naples Federico II. He has obtained the qualification to Full Professor in the Sector 09E4-Measurements (dec. 2014). He has been a member of the Administration Council of Sciences and Technologies Division of the University of Naples Federico II. He was the coordinator of a small task force at CERN in the Equipment Control and Electronic section where he spent a short period as Unpaid Associate in 2010, and was appointed Visiting Scientist at CERN by the Technology Department TE-MSC-MM for year 2014. He has covered the role of Technical Program Chairman for the IEEE Workshop M&N 2011, and the IEEE Workshop EESMS 2014.
His research activity is related to the study and characterization of noise sources, the setting up of innovative methods for phase noise measurements, the study and setting up of innovative methods for performance assessment of the transmitters of telecommunication systems, the definition of descriptive models for digital-to-analog converters (D/A), the use of arbitrary waveform generators to play critical waveforms, and the investigation of innovative acquisition modes to improve the vertical resolution of high speed digitizers.
He has been teaching at the University of Naples Federico II “Fundamentals of Measurements” and "Automatic Test Equipment and Signal Processing". He has initialized and oriented the activities of three PhD students.
He took part to various national and local research projects, and consulted with several national and local enterprises giving support to research and innovation actions.