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Andrea Adami received the Laurea degree in Materials Engineering in 2003 and the PhD in ICT in 2010, both from the University of Trento, Italy. Since 2003 he has been researcher at the FBK-irst in Trento, Italy. His expertise include modelling, design and testing of MEMS devices for sensor applications. His research activities include Ion-Sensitive FET (ISFETs), tactile sensors, microcantilever-based sensors for bioaffinity and gas sensing applications, on-chip micro-columns for chromatographic systems in gas and liquid phase and membrane-based microheaters for gas sensor arrays.
A. Adami; L. Lorenzelli; V. Guarnieri; M. Zen; L. Francioso; P. Siciliano; A. Forleo; A.M. Taurino; G. Agnusdei,Microhotplate-based silicon gas sensor array with linear temperature gradient for wine quality monitoring.,Proc. of SPIE Smart Sensors, Actuators and MEMS II,vol.5836,2005, pp. 686-695, (Proc. of SPIE Smart Sensors, Actuators and MEMS II,Seville, Spain,09/07/2005 - 11/07/2005)
A. Adami; A. Benvenuto; L. Lorenzelli; M. Zen; L. Francioso; P. Siciliano,Design and simulation of gradient microheaters for gas sensor arrays,AISEM 2004,2004, (AISEM 2004,Ferrara, Italy,08/02/2004 - 11/02/2004)
L. Lorenzelli; A. Benvenuto; A. Adami; V. Guarnieri; B. Margesin; V. Mulloni,Development of a Silicon-based Gas Chromatographic Microsystem in Clinical Diagnostics,Biosensors 2004. The Eighth World Congress on Biosensors. (2004),2004, (Biosensors 2004. The Eighth World Congress on Biosensors. (2004),Granada,24/05/2004 - 26/05/2004)
A. Benvenuto; A. Adami; C. Collini; V. Guarnieri; L. Lorenzelli; M. Zen,Proceedings of IAEAC: The 6th Workshop on Bisensors and BioAnalytical um-Techniques in Environmental and Clinical Analysis,2004, (Proceedings of IAEAC: The 6th Workshop on Bisensors and BioAnalytical um-Techniques in Environmental and Clinical Analysis,2004)