Sensors and Measurements for Electric Energy and Reliability of Systems and Components

The research activity is mainly oriented to the following topics: design and development of instruments, methods and sensors for measuring electrical quantities in electrical power systems; procedures and systems for the metrological characterization of medium voltage current and voltage transformers; measurements for the diagnosis of electrical components and systems; design of instruments for measuring physical quantities and their metrological characterization; analysis of the reliability of components and systems through both the design of specific measurement systems and the development of reliability models oriented to the intelligent prediction of the life of the component or system; SIL and RAMS analysis of complex systems; implementation of Digital Signal Processing algorithms to improve the performance of measuring instruments and sensors.

ERC Fields

  • PE7_2 - Electrical and electronic engineering: semiconductors, components, systems 
  • PE7_4 - Systems engineering, sensorics, actorics, automation 

Scientific coordinator: Prof. Lorenzo Peretto 

Faculty

Gaetano Pasini

Associate Professor

Lorenzo Peretto

Full Professor

Paola Rinaldi

Assistant professor

Roberto Tinarelli

Associate Professor

PhD Students and Research Fellows

Marco Bosi

PhD Student

Diego Cavaliere

PhD Student

Teaching tutor

Federica Costa

PhD Student

Teaching tutor

Alessandro Mingotti

Research fellow

Teaching tutor

Luca Muratori

PhD Student

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