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MENEGHINI MATTEO

Ricercatore a tempo determinato di tipo B

ING-INF/01 - ELETTRONICA

Indirizzo: VIA G. GRADENIGO, 6/B - PADOVA

Telefono: 0498277664

Fax: 0498277689

E-mail: matteo.meneghini@unipd.it

Laboratorio di microelettronica
Codice: INP4064901 / Ordinamento: 2011 / Anno Accademico: 2017

Laboratorio di microelettronica
Codice: INP4064901 / Ordinamento: 2011 / Anno Accademico: 2016

Laboratorio di microelettronica
Codice: INP4064901 / Ordinamento: 2011 / Anno Accademico: 2015

Laboratorio di microelettronica
Codice: INP4064901 / Ordinamento: 2011 / Anno Accademico: 2014

Matteo Meneghini received his Laurea in Electronic Engineering (summa cum laude) and the PhD in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering (University of Padova), working on the optimization of GaN-based LED and laser structures.

He is now assistant professor at the Department of Information Engineering at the University of Padova. His main interest is the characterization, reliability and simulation of compound semiconductor devices (LEDs, Laser diodes, HEMTs) and solar cells.

Within these activities, he has published more than 200 journal and conference proceedings papers.

During his activity, he has cooperated and/or co-published with a number of semiconductor companies and research centers including:

-OSRAM-OptoSemiconductor (Germany)
-Panasonic Corporation (Japan)
-Universal Display Corporation (USA).
-NXP (The Netherlands)
-ON Semiconductors (Belgium/USA)
-Sensor Electronic Technologies (USA)
-IMEC (Belgium)
-Infineon (Austria)
-Fraunhofer IAF (Germany)
-University of Cambridge (UK)
-Universiy of California at Santa Barbara (USA)
-University of Wien (Austria)

Meneghini is a Senior Member of IEEE and a member of the SPIE. He – together with his colleagues - won several best paper awards at international conferences (including ESREF 2009, IWN 2012, ESREF 2012, ESSDERC 2013). As a recognition for his research activity at the University of Padova, he has received the “Carlo Offelli Award 2008” (best young researcher of the Department of Information Engineering for year 2008).

Over the years, he has taught at the following courses: Optoelectronic Devices, Microelectronics II, Fundamental Electronics, Microelectronics Laboratory