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He received the PhD and M.Sc. degrees in Electronic Engineering from the University of Udine (Italy), in 2019 and 2015, respectively.
 
He received the PhD and M.Sc. degrees in Electronic Engineering from the University of Udine (Italy), in 2019 and 2015, respectively.
In 2014, he was at Acreo Swedish ICT AB (Kista, Sweden), designing waveguide-to-chip transitions at sub-millimeter waves.  
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In 2014, he was at Acreo Swedish ICT AB (Kista, Sweden), designing THz waveguide-to-chip transitions.  
In 2014-2015, he was at Infineon Technologies (Villach, Austria), working on signal integrity for high-speed serial interfaces.
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In 2014-2015, he was at Infineon Technologies (Villach, Austria), working on signal integrity for high-speed serial interfaces for automotive microcontroller applications.
During the PhD (2015-2019) he worked on nanoelectrode array biosensors for high-frequency impedance spectroscopy.
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During the PhD (2015-2019) he worked on nanoelectrode array biosensors for high-frequency impedance spectroscopy and imaging of nano- and micro-particles in electrolyte.
He first joined ETH Zurich in 2019 as Academic Guest for the design of high-speed analog/mixed-signal boards for nanoelectronic biosensors.
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He joined ETH Zurich in 2019. His research focus is on circuits and systems design for biomedical applications.
 
 
His main research focus is on HW system design for biomedical applications.
 
  
 
==Interests==
 
==Interests==

Revision as of 10:45, 20 October 2020

Andrea Cossettini

Andrea Cossettini is a PostDoc at the Integrated Systems Laboratory of ETH Zurich, in the Digital Systems group led by Prof. Luca Benini.

He received the PhD and M.Sc. degrees in Electronic Engineering from the University of Udine (Italy), in 2019 and 2015, respectively. In 2014, he was at Acreo Swedish ICT AB (Kista, Sweden), designing THz waveguide-to-chip transitions. In 2014-2015, he was at Infineon Technologies (Villach, Austria), working on signal integrity for high-speed serial interfaces for automotive microcontroller applications. During the PhD (2015-2019) he worked on nanoelectrode array biosensors for high-frequency impedance spectroscopy and imaging of nano- and micro-particles in electrolyte. He joined ETH Zurich in 2019. His research focus is on circuits and systems design for biomedical applications.

Interests

  • Medical Ultrasound Imaging
  • High-speed analog/mixed-signal biomedical systems
  • Nanoelectronic biosensors

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