Group leaders

 

Full professor of electronics at the Department of Electronic Engineering of the University of Rome Tor Vergata where he teaches courses on “Electronic Devices and Sensors” and “Sensor Systems”. His research activities are concerned with the development and application of chemical, bio-sensors, and artificial sensorial systems (olfaction and taste), and with the study of the optical and electronic properties of organic and molecular materials. Corrado Di Natale authored more than 300 papers on international journals and conference proceedings. His papers received 5441 citations  with a H-index=42 (source Scopus, Feb 2014).

He chaired the 9th International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose (Rome, 2002) and Eurosensors XVIII Conference (Rome, 2004) and was member of the organizing committee of national and international conferences in sensors. He serves as component of the steering committee of the Eurosensors conferences series and he is the chairman of the Italian Association on Sensors and Microsystems.

Roberto Paolesse

Department of Electronic Engineering, Via del Politecnico 1 00133 Roma

phone: +39 06 72597348

email: dinatale@uniroma2.it

Department of Chemical Science and Technology, Via della Ricerca Scientifica  00133 Roma

phone: +39 06 72594752

email: roberto.paolesse@uniroma2.it

Full professor of general chemistry at the Department of Chemical Science and Technology of the University of Rome Tor Vergata. His research interests include the synthesis and reactivity of transition metal complexes with porphyrins and related macrocycles and the development and application of chemical sensors. Ha authored more than 300 papers on international journals and conferences. His papers received 5296  citations with a H-index=38 (source Scopus, Feb 2014).

He was chairman of the 4th International Conference on Porphyrins and Phtalocyanines (Rome 2006). He serves in the Editorial Board of the Journal of Porphyrins and Phththalocyanines and he is a member of the steering committee of the International Meeting of Chemical Sensors conferences series.

Corrado Di Natale