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Francesco Picariello
Research Fellow

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Information: Francesco Picariello
- 26/03/2009, he received the bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Salerno with the thesis titled “Design and implementation of a temperature control system”, vote 107/110.
- From 01/05/2009 to 01/07/2009, he participated in the Neapolis Innovation Campus 2009 Session 2 at the ST-Microelectronics, Arzano (Naples, Italy), with the activity titled: “Implementation of a measurement system on the STM32F103 microcontroller for measuring the angular velocity of a synchronous motor.
- 24/02/2012, he received the master’s degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Salerno with the thesis titled “A low-cost visual sensor for remote metering”, vote 110/110 cum Laude.
- From 02/07/2012 to 15/05/2013, he worked as research assistant at the Electrical and Electronic Measurement laboratory of the University of Sannio for the research activity titled: “ Integration and experimental validation of sensor nodes for an active guardrail system”, project PON01_03100.
- From 16/05/2013 to 15/05/2016, he was Ph.D. student in “Information Technology” at the University of Sannio XXVIII cycle, and he worked on mobile measurement systems, wireless sensor networks, and systems based on the IoT paradigm.
December 2013, he worked at the KAmioka GRAvitational wave detector project KAGRA, University of Tokyo, Japan, for the development of an automatic measurement system for measuring the mechanical loss of a tungsten wire at cryogenic temperatures.
- From 01/09/2015 to 19/12/2015, he carried out a course on the Intel Galileo platform at the Istituto Tecnico Industriale Statale “Guido Dorso”, Avellino (AV), Italy.
- 28/11/2016, he obtained the Ph.D. in Information Technology at the University of Sannio, with the thesis titled "Researches upon developments for mobile measurement platforms", vote excellent, tutor Prof. Daponte.
- From 01/06/2016 to 31/05/2017, he worked at the University of Sannio as fellow researcher for the activity titled: “Study of the potential of superconducting devices for detecting signals in the presence of noise”.
- June 2017, he collaborated with the company “ATHENA S.r.l.”, Benevento, Italy, for the activity related to the design and the implementation of a body area sensor network for motion tracking.
- From 01/07/2017 to 31/05/2019, he worked as research assistant at the Electrical and Electronic Measurement laboratory of the University of Sannio for the research activity titled: “Study of data processing methods for measurement systems based on drones”, project “eDrone”.
- From 02/07/2018 to 08/07/2018, he carried out several seminars at the Moldova State University (MSU), Chişinău, Moldova, related to the development of measurement systems based on UAVs.
- June 2019, he collaborated with the company “datasound” s.r.l., Pesche IS, Italy, spin-off of the University of Molise, for the activity concerning the design of a wearable device based on the BLE communication interface and the implementation of a smart T-shirt for the acquisition of physiological signals.
- From 01/06/2019 to 31/05/2020, he worked as research assistant at the Electrical and Electronic Measurement laboratory of the University of Sannio for the research activity titled: “Study and researches on wearable systems for the acquisition of physiological signals”, project “ATTICUS Ambient-intelligent Tele-monitoring and Telemetry for Incepting & Catering over hUman Sustainability”.
- From 19/03/2019 to 22/03/2019, he carried out a Ph.D. course at the University of Calabria on accurate phase measurement systems for electrical signals, 2CFU.
- He collaborated with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for the project titled “A phase measurement system for calibrating Electroshock-Weapon (PME)”. In particular, he worked at the NIST institute, Gaithersburg, MD, USA, in May 2017.
- He carried out the following tutorials and video tutorials at international conferences:
“The drone as a flexible mobile measurement platform”, 2017 IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference I2MTC, 22-25 May 2017, Torino, Italy;
“Design and characterization of measurement systems based on drones”, 2018 IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference I2MTC, 14-17 May 2018, Houston, Texas, USA;
“Uncertainty-aware design of measurement systems based on Drones”, 2019 IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference I2MTC, 20-23 May 2019, Auckland, New Zealand.
- He is Guest Editor of the following international journals:
Special Issue: “New sensors for metrology for aerospace”, Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI);
Special Issue: “Selected papers from the 2018 IEEE International workshop on Metrology for the sea”, MDPI;
Special Issue: “Metrology for Aerospace 2018 VSI: MAS2018”, Measurement, Journal of the International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO), Elsevier;
Special Issue: “Selected papers from the 2020 IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for AeroSpace”, MDPI.
- At the IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference I2MTC 2015, 11-14 May 2015, he received the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society Graduate Fellowship Award for the project titled “Assurance of traceability for smartphone-based kinetic measurements”. The activity was funded for two years with 15000 $.
- He participated at the XXXIII National Congress of the Electrical and Electronic Measurements Group, Benevento, Italy, 18-21 September 2016, with an oral presentation titled: “Method for the compensation in real-time of the measurements provided by the magnetometer embedded on a smartphone”.
- He attended the “Italo Gorini” Ph.D. schools organized by the Electrical and Electronic Measurements Group:
From 01/09/2014 to 05/09/2014, Lecce, Italy;
From 05/09/2016 to 09/09/2016, Cagliari, Italy.
- He is member of:
The Electrical and Electronic Measurements Group, GMEE, from 2014;
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), from 2015;
The IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society, from 2016;
The Armed Forces Communications $ Electronics Association (AFCEA), from 2016.
- He received the qualification as Associate Professor for the 09/E4 Measurement sector on 17/06/2020 by the Italian Ministry of University and Research.

 














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Francesco Picariello, PhD student in Information Technology at the Department of Engineering of Benevento, gets the "IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society Graduate Fellowship Award 2015". The young researcher of the University of Sannio is part of the group L.E.S.I.M. and his supervisor is Prof. Pasquale Daponte. He has developed a calibration system for the Inertial Measurement Unit embedded in smartphone.

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