Director of the Consortium is appointed by the Assembly. His mandate
lasts for three years and is renewable only once. He is the legal
representative of the Consortium. His tasks are described in art. 11 of
Luca Selmi (PhD in Electronic
Engineering, University of Bologna, 1992) was a visiting scientist at
Hewlett Packard Microwave Technology Division, USA. Since 2000 he is
full professor of electronics at the University of Udine, Italy. His
research interests are in the field of electron device modelling and
characterization, with emphasis on carrier transport, CMOS scaling,
Non-Volatile Memories and reliability. He collaborated with NXP,
Philips, Infineon Technologies, IMEC, LETI, IBM T.J.Watson Res. Center,
AT&T Bell Laboratories, and HP. He held technical and
coordination responsibility in many national and EU projects. He has
been, or still is, TPC member of IEDM, ESSDERC, INFOS), and co-authored
about 200 refereed papers, including more than 30 papers at IEDM. He is
associate editor of IEEE-EDL.
Act: Minutes of Assembly held on 01/03/2017. Duration: 3 years (Article
11 Statute in force). Remuneration: zero euros.
President is elected by the Assembly at the time of his first
convocation. The mandate lasts for a period of three years and is
renewable only once. He chairs the Assembly in accordance with the
prerogatives which it is entitled to. It does not perform any
operational functions and does not have the legal representation of the
Consortium. (Art. 11 Statute)
Prof. Giuseppe Iannaccone
Giuseppe Iannaccone (male) is Professor of Electronics at the
University of Pisa, Italy, and IEEE Fellow. His interests include
transport and noise in nanoelectronic and mesoscopic devices, the
development of device modeling and TCAD tools, and the design of
extremely low-power circuits and systems for RFID and ambient
intelligence scenarios. He has published more than 170 papers in
peer-reviewed journals and more than 120 papers in proceedings of
Giuseppe Iannaccone has coordinated a few
European and National Projects involving multiple partners and has
acted as the Principal Investigator in several research projects funded
by public agencies at the European and National levels and by private
Act: Minutes of Assembly held on 04/07/2017. Duration of assignment: 3
years (Article 10 Statute in force). Remuneration: zero euros.
Assembly is the deliberation body of the Consortium. It is made up of a
representative for each of the consortium universities appointed by the
University according to their respective jurisdictions among the
professors in the nano-electronics sector. Its functions are reported
in art. 10 of the Statute.
Remuneration: zero euros.
The Scientific Council is appointed by the Director and assists him
with advisory functions on all subjects related to Scientific Research.
It is composed of no less than three and no more than seven members of
recognized international standing in the field of Micro and
Nano-electronics. The mandate of the members of the Scientific Council
is three years and ceases at the end of the term of office of the
Director. Functions and competences in art. 12 of the Statute.
Act: Minutes of the Assembly held on 04/07/2017. Duration of
assignment: 3 years (Article 12 Statute in force). Remuneration: zero
EXTERNAL ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEWER
The Review of the Administrative and
Accounting Management of the Consortium is carried out by the Auditors'
Board of Auditors, or by the General Auditor, appointed by the Assembly
among qualified registered officers. The (Board of) Auditor(s) will be
in force for a three-year term. Functions and competences in art. 13 of
Appointment Act: Minutes of the Assembly held on 04/07/2017.
Annual remuneration: 2,500 euros, plus IVA and 4% CNPADC contribution.
Dr. Sergio Graziosi
Annual remuneration: 4,000 euro, plus IVA and 4% CNPADC contribution.
Tel. 051 2095400
Fax: 051 2095410
In accordance with the obligations laid down by Law 190/2012 and by Dlgs 33/2013 and s.m.i.