Mauro OlivieriAssociate Professor at Sapienza University of Rome, Visiting Researcher at Barcelona Supercomputing Center
Mauro Olivieri received the Master (Laurea) degree in electronics engineering and the Doctorate degree in electronics and computer engineering from the University of Genoa, Italy, where he was an assistant professor from 1995 to 1998. In 1998 he joined Sapienza University of Rome as an associate professor. His research interests are digital system-on-chip design, microprocessor core design, and digital nano-scale circuits. He has been the scientific responsible of industrial collaborations with STMicro, NXP, Infineon, Leonardo Spa, United Technologies, Atmel, Philips, and other companies. A project evaluator for the European Commission in the ECSEL Joint Undertaking, he was a technical expert for the Italian Economic Development Ministry on the topic “Smart Cities/Communities”. He is a visiting researcher at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center within the European Processor Initiative project. He authored over 110 papers and a textbook in three volumes on digital VLSI design. He has been a TPC member of IEEE DATE and was General Co-Chair of IEEE/ACM ISLPED’15. He is a senior member of the IEEE.