- Metamaterials for High Frequency Applications.
- Microwave components, focus on RF MEMS and NEMS.
- Microwave and Millimeter Wave Components for Space and Security.
- Scanning Microwave Microscopy for magnetic, semiconducting and bio-samples
Romolo Marcelli was born in Roma, Italy, on February 26, 1958. He obtained the degree in Physics at the University of Roma "La Sapienza" in 1983. From 1987 he is with the National Research Council (CNR) of Italy, and from 1998 with the Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems (IMM) of CNR. Presently, he is a Senior Researcher and Responsible of the Research Line on High Frequency Microsystems: Technologies and Reliability for Ground and Space Applications at CNR-IMM Roma. He was also Responsible Delegate of the IMM Director from October 2006 to May 2014.
Romolo Marcelli is member of the IEEE since 1995, and of the IEEE Magnetism and Microwave Theory and Techniques Societies. He is also member of the American Physical Society and was member of the Administrative Committee for the IEEE Magnetics Society from 1995 to 1997.
His past and current interests include technologies, design and test activities in Microwave Magnetics and RF MEMS. Currently, he is also involved in Microwave Imaging and Metamaterials at Microwave and Millimeter Wave Frequencies.
In this framework, he also managed several national and international industrial and academic contracts, and he served as organizer and committee member in workshops and conferences.
Romolo Marcelli is Referee for several journals in the fields of interest.
He is Editor of two books on the linear and non-linear properties of magnetic microwave devices, and co-author of more than two hundred international papers and conference contributions on microwave magnetic devices, RF MEMS and Microwave Scanning Microscopy.
More details are available on the Romolo Marcelli personal web site http://m2nt.artov.imm.cnr.it and on the Institute one, at http://www.artov.imm.cnr.it/activities/high-frequency-microsystems.html
Specialties: R&D Management