Introduction The rapid development of the automotive industry and the trend towards autonomous vehicles and ADAS systems continue to drive the need for more sophisticated EMC design and test scenarios for the automotive industry. Vehicle platforms become increasingly much more complex with electronic devices that need a reliable function without impacting security or … [Read more...]
About the Author
Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio holds a Ph.D. in Physics and is a telecommunication engineer and journalist. He has worked on various international projects in the field of gravitational wave research. Working as a software/hardware developer in the data acquisition system, he participated as the designer of the thermal compensation system (TCS) for the optical system used in the Virgo/Ligo Experiment (an experiment for detection of the gravitational wave that achieved the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics). He also works in the X-ray field to design new devices about high voltage X-ray and microbeam areas for radiobiological and microscopy applications. He collaborates with University of L'Aquila for research in the x-ray field, and works in the software/hardware engineering field as editor and technical writer. He is the author of several books published by Springer and LAP Lambert (http://amazon.com/author/maurizio), as well as numerous scientific and technical publications on electronics design, data acquisition system via GSM, power supply and photovoltaic systems. He may be reached at email@example.com.