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Pasquale Daponte

Pasquale DAPONTE

Full Professor
of Digital Signal Processing and Measurement Information

Address: Palazzo Bosco Lucarelli - Corso Garibaldi, 107
82100 Benevento, Italy
pbx +39 0824 305817 - fax +39 0824 305840 e-mail daponte@unisannio.it

Laboratory of Digital Signal Processing and Measurement Information
http://lesim1.ing.unisannio.it

PASQUALE DAPONTE was born in Minori (SA), Italy, on March 7th, 1957. He obtained his bachelor's degree and master's degree "cum laude" in Electrical Engineering in 1981 from University of Naples, Italy.

In 1983 he obtained the Assistant Professor degree in Electrical and Electronic Measurement at the University of Calabria (CS), Italy, and joined the Department of Electrical Engineering. Since 1989 he was Appointed Professor of Electronic Measurements. In 1992 he obtained the Associate Professor degree of Electronic Measurements, in the Faculty of Engineering - University of Calabria. Since 1994 he teaches Digital Signal Processing and Measurement Information at Faculty of Computer Engineering in Benevento, University of Sannio.Since 1999 he is a Full Professor of Electronic Measurements at University of Sannio.

He is President of IMEKO (www.imeko.org).

He is member of: AdCom of IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society; Editorial Board of the Measurement Journal - Elsevier Publisher; Past Editor of “IEEE 1658 Standard for Terminology and Test Methods of Digital-to-Analog Converter Devices”; Working Group for IEEE Std. P1696 on Terminology and Test Methods for Electronic Probes, IEEE Std. 181-2011 on “Transitions, Pulses, and Related Waveforms”, IEEE Std. IEEE 1057 for Digitizing Waveform Recorders, IEEE Std.1241 “Standard for Terminology and Test Methods for Analog-to-Digital Converters”, IEEE Draft Std. “P1721 - Standard for Objective Measurement of Systemic Arterial Blood Pressure in Humans”, Project of a new IEEE Standard on Jitter Measurement; Working Group of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technical Committee N°10 Subcommittee of the Waveform Measurements and Analysis Committee; SC IEC 47A “Interface integrated circuits - Dynamic criteria for Analogue-Digital Converters (ADC)”; IEC/TC85 “Measuring equipment for electrical and electromagnetic quantities”; MT 18 Revision of publications IEC 60469-1 and IEC 60649-2, CENCLC_JWGNAWI; Italian Electrical Engineering Association; Societas Internationalis pro Diagnostica Ultrasonica in Opthalmologia; Board of the Scientific Committee of the Italian Electrical and Electronic Measurements Association.

He has organised several national or international meetings in the field of Electronic Measurements and European co-operation and he was General Chairman of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technical Conference for 2006.

He was co-Editor of several Proceedings and Special Issues on international Journals.

He is Vice Rector for PhD and Post Mater Programmes of the University of Sannio.

He is founder and Head of the Laboratory of Digital Signal Processing and Measurement Information at University of Sannio, Italy (http://lesim1.ing.unisannio.it).

He organized and managed some research projects financial supported by international, national, and regional Institutions. These researches allowed some relevant collaborations with foreign Institutions and Industries to be activated.

He has published more than 250 scientific papers in journals and at national and international conferences on the following subjects: Digital Signal Processing, Distributed Measurement Systems, ADC and DAC Modelling and Testing, Biomedical instrumentations.

He is reviewer for many international journals and magazines, and other international scientific journals.

He is cofounder of spin-off LabMep s.r.l.. He developed research activities for several Italian and foreign industries and he is owner of several patents.

In 1987 he received from the Italian Society of Oftalmology (SOI) the prize SOI for the studies on the digital signal processing of the ultrasounds in echo-oftalmology.

He received the Laurea Honoris Causa in Electrical Engineering from Technical University "Gheorghe Asachi" of Iasi (Romania).

 

 


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