Pasquale Arpaia

Pasquale Arpaia
Editor of Emerging Technologies in Measurement, Instrumentation, and Sensors

Pasquale Arpaia holds an MS and PhD in electrical engineering from University of Napoli Federico II (Italy), where he is professor of instrumentation and measurements. He is team leader at European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). He was also professor at University of Sannio and scientific associate at Institutes of Engines and Biomedical Engineering of CNR. He is associate editor of the Elsevier Journal Computer Standards & Interfaces, and was previously editor of IEEE Transactions on Electronics Packaging and Manufacturing. In last years, he was scientific responsible of more than 30 awarded research projects in cooperation with industry, with related patents and international licenses, and funded 4 academic spin off companies. He acted as scientific evaluator in several international research call panels. He has served as organizing and scientific committee member in several IEEE and IMEKO Conferences.

He is an invited speaker in several scientific conferences. His main research interests include digital instrumentation and measurement techniques for particle accelerator magnets, evolutionary diagnostics, distributed measurement systems, ADC modeling and testing. In these fields, he published several book chapters, and about 200 scientific papers in journals and national and international conference proceedings. His PhD students were awarded in 2006 and 2010 at IEEE I2MTC and in 2012 at IMEKO World Conferences.