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Andrea Adami

Researcher
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Short bio

Andrea Adami earned the Italian Master degree in Materials Engineering in 2003 and the PhD in Information and Communications Technologies in 2010, both at the University of Trento, Italy. In 2003 he joined FBK-irst (formerly ITC-irst) as researcher. Since 2003 his research activities have been focused on the development of MEMS devices for chemical and biochemical sensing applications such as Ion-Sensitive FET (ISFETs) and electrochemical sensors in general, microcantilever-based sensors forDNA sensing and gas sensing applications, MEMS-based MOX gas sensors and on-chip micro-columns for chromatographic systems in gas and liquid phase. Activities on physical sensors werefocused on CMOS integrated piezoelectric tactile sensors for robotic applications, microcantilever structures for the characterisation of thin film properties and MEMS-based mass flow sensors. Currently, the main research topic is the development of microsystems and microfluidics for agrofood applications. He is currently author of about 60 papers in International Conferences and Scientific Journals. His expertise include modelling, design and testing of MEMS devices.

Research interests
Microfluidics chemical sensors physical sensors MEMS technology and devices
Publications
  1. Persano, A.; Quaranta, F.; Cola, A.; Taurino, A.; Martucci, M. C.; Bagolini, A.; Iannacci, J.; Adami, A.; Siciliano, P.,
    Proc. of International Workshop on Micro Nano Bio ICT Convergence MiNaB ICT,
    2015
    , pp. 1-
    2
    , (International Workshop on Micro Nano Bio ICT Convergence MiNaB ICT,
    Otranto, Lecce, Italy,
    July)
  2. Mortari, A.; Adami, A.; Lorenzelli, L.,
    Sensing technology for foodborne pathogen detection,
    AISEM Annual Conference, 2015 XVIII,
    2015
    , pp. 1-
    4
  3. Cattarinuzzi, E.; Lucchini R.; Gastaldi, D.; Vena, P.; Adami, A.; Lorenzelli, L.,
    Design of aluminum/polyimide stretchable interconnects investigated through in-situ testing,
    AISEM Annual Conference, 2015 XVIII,
    2015
    , pp. 1-
    4
  4. Cattarinuzzi, E.; Lucchini, R.; Gastaldi, D.; Maraghechi, S.; Adami, A.; Lorenzelli, L.; Vena, P.,
    Micromechanics of Metal Polymer Stretchable Interconnects through In-Situ Testing,
    MRS Fall Meeting 2015,
    2015
    , (MRS Fall Meeting 2015,
    Boston, Massachusetts,
    November 29-December 4, 2015)
  5. Adami, A.; Mortari, A.; Pedrotti, S.; Lorenzelli, L.,
    Evaluation of microfluidic sample preparation methods for the analysis of milk contaminants,
    International Workshop on “Micro-Nano-Bio-ICT Convergence”,
    2015
    , (International Workshop on “Micro-Nano-Bio-ICT Convergence”,
    13-15th July 2015,
  6. Andrea Adami,
    The contribution of SYMPHONY project to milk safety,
    Book of abstract of the Conference Recent Advances in Food analysis RAFA2015,
    2015
    , (Recent Advances in Food analysis RAFA2015,
    Prague,
    3-6/11/2015)
  7. A. Adami, L. Lorenzelli,
    Microtechnologies For Rapid Detection Of Aflatoxin M1 In Milk,
    World Dairy Forum 2015,
    Vilnius, Lithuania,
    23rd Sept. 2015,
  8. Silvia Pelegrini; Andrea Adami;Cristian Collini; Paolo Conci; Clodoaldo I. L. Araújo; Vittorio Guarnieri; Saulo Güths; André A. Pasa; Leandro Lorenzelli,
    Development and characterization of a microthermoelectric generator with plated copper/constantan thermocouples,
    in «MICROSYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES»,
    vol. 20,
    n. 4-5,
    2014
    , pp. 585 -
    592
  9. A. Mortari; A. Adami; L. Lorenzelli,
    An unconventional approach to impedance microbiology: detection of culture media conductivity variations due to bacteriophage generated lyses of host bacteria,
    in «BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS»,
    2014
  10. A. Mortari; M. Nicolò; A. Adami; S. Guglielmino; L. Lorenzelli,
    Proof of principle of a novel impedance microbiology method based on bacteriophages functionalized paramagnetic nanobeads,
    in «PROCEDIA ENGINEERING»,
    2014

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