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Claudio Piemonte

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Short bio

Claudio Piemonte was born in Udine, Italy, in 1972. 

He received the "Laurea" degree (M.S.) in Electronics Engineering from the University of Trieste, Italy, in 1997.

From 1999 to 2002, he was with the National Institute for Nuclear Research (INFN), section of Trieste, Italy, as a fellow. In 2002 he joined Microsystems Area of the Fondazione Bruno Kessler (former ITC-irst), Trento, Italy, as a Research Associate.

His current research interests are focused on the development of silicon radiation detectors and low-level light sensors for high-energy physics experiments and medical applications. Since 2008 he has been coordinating the R&D activity on these topics within FBK.

Claudio Piemonte has coauthored more than 70 papers published in international journals and conference proceedings. In 2006 he received a "Certificate for outstanding contributions to the field of nuclear radiation measurements" from the Radiation Instrumentation Steering Committee of the IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society. He regurarly review papers on international journals such as: IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, IEEE Electron Device Letters, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, Microelectronics Journal.

Publications
  1. Claudio Piemonte; Maurizio Boscardin; Luciano Bosisio; Andrea Candelori; Martina Ciacchi; Gian Franco Dalla Betta; S. Dittongo; A. Litovchenko; Irina Rachevskaia; Nicola Zorzi,
    Radiation damage tests of all-p-type termination strucures for silicon detectors,
    Conference Record of the 2003 Nuclear Science Symposium (NSS03),
    IEEE,
    2003
    , pp. 615-
    619
    , (Conference Record of the 2003 Nuclear Science Symposium (NSS03),
    Portland (OR), USA,
    19/10/2003 - 25/10/2003)
  2. S. Dittongo; Maurizio Boscardin; Luciano Bosisio; Gian Franco Dalla Betta; Paolo Gregori; Claudio Piemonte; Irina Rachevskaia; Sabina Ronchin; Nicola Zorzi,
    Characterization and TCAD modelling of all-p-type termination structures for silicon radiation detectors,
    2003
  3. Maria Giuseppina Bisogni; Maurizio Boscardin; Gian Franco Dalla Betta; Paolo Gregori; Marzia Novelli; Claudio Piemonte; M. Quattrocchi; V. Rosso; Nicola Zorzi,
    Design and characterization of Si pixel detectors of different thickness,
    2003
  4. Gian Franco Dalla Betta; Maurizio Boscardin; Paolo Gregori; Claudio Piemonte; Sabina Ronchin; Nicola Zorzi; Giovanni Batignani; S. Bettarini; Maria Giuseppina Bisogni; M. Carpinelli; F. Forti; M. Giorgi; Marzia Novelli; M. Rama; F. Sandrelli; G. Simi; V. Rosso; Luciano Bosisio; Martina Ciacchi; S. Dittongo; Irina Rachevskaia,
    Recent results from the development of silicon detectors with integrated electronics,
    2003
  5. Claudio Piemonte,
    Process simulations of a fabrication technology for detector compatible front-end circuits on high-resistivity silicon,
    This report describes the activity carried out to characterize, by means of a process simulator, a technology (developed at ITC-irst in 1999) aimed at the production of particle detectors with integrated front-end electronics. The main part of the work has been dedicated to the calibration of the parameters involved in the simu- lation of the implantation and diffusion steps. This has been carried out comparing the calculated dopant profiles with a set of experimental data (SIMS, Spreading Resistance, Capacitance-Voltage measurements). It has been evidenced that it is extremely important to have dierent types of measurement for each layer in order to obtain an accurate calibration. In general, satisfactory results have been achived, and the simulated profiles can now be used to perform device simulations of the transistors implemented in the layout. Furthermore, a calibrated process simulator allows the definition of a new process flow with improved characteristics,
    2003
  6. C. Piemonte; V. Bonvicini; A. Rashevsky; A. Vacchi; R. Wheadon,
    Electric performance of the ALICE Silicon Drift Detector
    irradiated with 1 GeV electrons
    ,
    in «NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH. SECTION A, ACCELERATORS, SPECTROMETERS, DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT»,
    vol. 485,
    2002
    , pp. 133 -
    139
  7. A. Rashevsky; V. Bonvicini; P. Burger; S. Piano; C. Piemonte; A. Vacchi,
    Large area silicon drift detector for the ALICE experiment,
    in «NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH. SECTION A, ACCELERATORS, SPECTROMETERS, DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT»,
    vol. 485,
    2002
    , pp. 54 -
    60
  8. E. Crescio; M. Bondila; V. Bonvicini; P. Cerello; P. Giubellino; A. Kolojvari; M.I. Martinez; G. Mazza; L.M. Montanoa; D. Nouais; S. Piano; C. Piemonte; A. Rashevsky; A. Rivetti; F. Tosello; A. Vacchi; R. Wheadon,
    Recent results from beam tests of large area silicon drift
    detectors
    ,
    in «NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH. SECTION A, ACCELERATORS, SPECTROMETERS, DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT»,
    vol. 478,
    2002
    , pp. 321 -
    324
  9. Maurizio Boscardin; Luciano Bosisio; Andrea Candelori; Gian Franco Dalla Betta; S. Dittongo; Paolo Gregori; A. Litovchenko; Claudio Piemonte; Irina Rachevskaia; Sabina Ronchin; G. Verzellesi; Nicola Zorzi,
    Conference Record of the 2002 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium (NSS02),
    IEEE,
    2002
    , pp. 264-
    268
    , (Conference Record of the 2002 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium (NSS02),
    Norfolk (VA), USA,
    10/11/2002 - 16/11/2002)
  10. Maurizio Boscardin; Luciano Bosisio; Andrea Candelori; Gian Franco Dalla Betta; S. Dittongo; Paolo Gregori; A. Litovchenko; Claudio Piemonte; Irina Rachevskaia; Sabina Ronchin; G. Verzellesi; Nicola Zorzi,
    An improved all-p-type multiguard termination structure for silicon radiation detectors.,
    Conference Record of the 2002 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium (NSS02).,
    IEEE,
    2002
    , pp. 264-
    268
    , (2002 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium (NSS02).,
    Norfolk (VA), USA,
    10/11/2002 - 16/11/2002)

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