Fabrizio Frezza

Pubblicazioni

Titolo Pubblicato in Anno
Recognition of bio-structural anisotropy by polarization resolved imaging ELECTRONICS 2022
Detailed analysis of the temperature dependent Goos-Hänchen Shift WE-Heraeus-Seminar Metamaterials: Designing Wave Propagation with a Focus on Electrodynamics, Germany. 2022
Understanding the Spread of COVID‐19 Based on Economic and Socio‐Political Factors SUSTAINABILITY 2022
Artificial intelligence for thyroid nodule characterization: where are we standing? CANCERS 2022
Exploiting the geometry of optical fibers for igniting helical-shape plasma filaments PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 12143 SPIE PHOTONICS EUROPE Nonlinear Optics and its Applications 2022 2022
Optical non-linear effects in metasurface using finite model Proc. 760. WE-Heraeus-Seminar Metamaterials: Designing Wave Propagation with a Focus on Electrodynamics 2022
A heuristic model to evaluate dielectric properties of human tissues at microwave band based on water and solid content Proc. 760. WE-Heraeus-Seminar Metamaterials: Designing Wave Propagation with a Focus on Electrodynamics 2022
Electromagnetic Scattering by Metal Spheres Proc. Bremen Workshop on Light Scattering 2022 2022
Finite-Size and Illumination Conditions Effects in All-Dielectric Metasurfaces ELECTRONICS 2022
Economia e Ingegneria. Dinamiche comparate 2022
Deeply penetrating non-homogeneous waves in dissipative materials: theoretical principles, physical realizability conditions, application perspectives Proc. CC22 Conference, Prof. Adrian Podoleanu’s Career Celebration 2022
Human tissue models to evaluate their dielectric properties at 0.01-10 GHz from their solid and water content Proc. WaterX@2022 2022
Two-fluids model investigated by THz time-domain spectroscopy Proc. WaterX@2022 2022
Characterization of All-Dielectric Metasurfaces Using Space-Limited Model Proc. IEEE 21st Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference (MELECON) 2022
Exploring the Temperature-Dependent Goos-Hänchen Shift on a Metal Surface Proc. IEEE 21st Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference (MELECON) 2022
Accurate classification of liver nuclei based on AI models for diagnostic support of hepatocellular carcinoma DIGESTIVE AND LIVER DISEASE 2022
Experimental observation of self-imaging in SMF-28 optical fibers OPTICS EXPRESS 2021
Rainbow archimedean spiral emission from optical fibres SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2021
Broadband electromagnetic sensing for food quality control. A preliminary experimental study 15th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, EuCAP 2021 2021
Rainbow spiral emission from optical fibers Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics 2021

ERC

  • PE11_9
  • PE11_13
  • LS2_13
  • LS3_1
  • LS7_14
  • PE1_12
  • PE1_18
  • PE2_9
  • PE2_12
  • PE3_16
  • PE4_2
  • PE4_17
  • PE6_11
  • PE6_12
  • PE7_6
  • PE7_11
  • SH4_13
  • SH6_15

KET

  • Nanotecnologie
  • Advanced materials
  • Big data & computing
  • Life-science technologies & biotechnologies
  • Micro/nano electronics & photonics

Interessi di ricerca

Electromagnetic waveguides, antennas and resonators, mathematical and numerical methods, electromagnetic scattering, optics, free electromagnetic propagation, thermonuclear plasma heating, anisotropic media, artificial materials and metamaterials, plasmonics, biomedical applications, cultural-heritage and environment applications, artificial intelligence applications to electromagnetic sensing and diagnostics, magnetic resonance applications, electrical transmission lines, electromagnetic compatibility, spectroscopy, terahertz applications, technological transfer, history of science and technology.

Keywords

waveguides
antennas
resonators
numerical methods
Electromagnetic scattering
Optics
Electromagnetic propagation
Anisotropic materials
metamaterials
nanomaterials
plasmonics
Biomedical applications
Cultural Heritage
environment
Artificial Intelligence
sensing
diagnostics
magnetic resonance
transmission lines
electromagnetic compatibility
spectroscopy
terahertz
technological transfer
history of science
epistemology

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Laboratori di ricerca

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