Member Since: June 24, 2013
Angelo Alberto Messina Ph. D. received his long Electronics Engineer Degree in 1997 from the University of Catania and after he got his Ph.D. in "Advanced Technologies for the Photonics and the Optoelectronics and Electromagnetic Modeling" from the University of Messina where he worked four years in the research team of the "Physics of Matter and Electronic Engineer" Department. He has an experience of fourteen years in STMicroelectronics Company working now in its Corporate R&D and Public Affairs Dept. He was project manager and dissemination/exploitation manager of several European Research Projects.
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