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Surname: 
Cardinali
Firstname: 
Gian Carlo
Position: 
Staff
Profile: 
Senior Technologist
Phone: 
+39 0516399124
Curriculum: 

Gian Carlo Cardinali graduated in electronic engineering (summa cum laude) from the University of Bologna, Italy, on July 1979. In the same year, he joined the LAMEL Institute (nowadays Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems - IMM) of the Italian National Research Council, where he is still working. His scientific background is in the areas of design, fabrication, and testing of microelectronic and MEMS devices. From 1992 onwards his research activities focused on the development of microsensors and microsystems. In this field he was first engaged in the design and setup of fabrication  technologies suitable for the integration of electronic devices and transducers, with a specific concern for ink-jet printheads. Since 1996 he has been particularly involved in national and international research projects (EU projects COSSENSOR, SMOG, CLEAN AIR, NETGAS, GoodFood, DIRAC, DOGGIES) concerning the implementation of gas sensing microsystems based on chromatographic separation and infrared adsorption.

Scientific Production

Stefano Zampolli, Ivan Elmi, Gian Carlo Cardinali, Luca Masini, Filippo Bonafè, Federico Zardi

Compact-GC platform: a flexible system integration strategy for a completely microsystems-based gas-chromatograph

Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical [Elsevier], Pages: 127444

Sandro Mengali, Domenico Luciani, Roberto Viola, Nicola Liberatore, Stefano Zampolli, Ivan Elmi, Giancarlo Cardinali, Antonella Poggi, Enrico Dalcanale, Elisa Biavardi, Pierre Esseiva, Olivier Delemont, Federica Bonadio, Francesco Saverio Romolo

Toward street detection of ampphetamines

SPIE Newsroom [Internet] [],

M SEVERI, G CARDINALI, M PASSINI ELMI

C. CORSI, N. LIBERATORE, S. MENGALI, A. MERCURI, R. VIOLA, D. ZINTU

Proceedings of the 12th Italian Conference, Sensors and Microsystems, Napoli, Italy, 12-14 February 2007 [World Scientific], Pages: 466

F MANCARELLA, A RONCAGLIA, S CRISTIANI

PROCESS DEPENDENCE OF DOPED POLYSILICON THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY FOR THERMAL MEMS

Proceedings of the 11th Italian Conference on Sensors and Microsystems, Lecce, Italy, 8-10 February 2006 [World Scientific], Pages: 267

A Roncaglia, F Mancarella, GC Cardinali

CMOS-compatible fabrication of thermopiles with high sensitivity in the 3–5μm atmospheric window

Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical [Elsevier], Volume: 125 Issue: 1 Pages: 214-223

GC Cardinali

MST-enabled Analytical Tools: A Palm-sized GC to Measure Sub-ppb VOC Concentrations in the Environment

MST NEWS [VDI/VDE-TECHNOLOGIZENTRUM], Volume: 2 Pages: 45

Fulvio Mancarella, Alberto Roncaglia, Gian Carlo Cardinali

A measurement technique for thermoelectric power of CMOS layers at the wafer level

Sensors and Actuators A: Physical [Elsevier], Volume: 132 Issue: 1 Pages: 289-295

M Cicioni, A Scorzoni, F Alimenti, P Placidi, L Roselli, S Zampolli, I Elmi, GC Cardinali, M Severi, S Marco, JM Gómez, F Palacio, B Mazzolai, A Mondini, V Raffa, V Mattoli, P Dario, R Ingles Bort, JL Ramirez, E Llobet, E Abad, T Becker

Low-power sensor front-end electronics with RFID communication capabilities for food logistic datalogging applications

Sensors and microsystems––11th Italian conference, Lecce, Italy [],

S ZAMPOLLI, L DORI, GC CARDINALI

SELECTIVE MONITORING OF INDOOR WOCAT PPBLEVEL

Sensors And Microsystems-Proceedings Of The 9th Italian Conference [World Scientific], Pages: 356

Enrico Cozzani, Caterina Summonte, Luca Belsito, Gian Carlo Cardinali, Alberto Roncaglia

Design study of micromachined thermal emitters for NDIR gas sensing in the 9-12 μm wavelength range

SENSORS, 2007 IEEE [IEEE], Pages: 181-184

A Roncaglia, E Cozzani, F Mancarella, M Passini, GC Cardinali, M Severi

Influence of air heat exchange upon on-chip measurement of thermal conductivity using mems test structures

TRANSDUCERS 2007-2007 International Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems Conference [IEEE], Pages: 615-618

F MANCARELLA, A RONCAGLIA, M PASSINI, GC CARDINALI, M SEVERI

A COMPUTATIONALLY EFFICIENT MODEL FOR THERMAL SENSORS SIMULATION

Sensors And Microsystems [], Pages: 152-156

F MANCARELLA, A RONCAGLIA, GC CARDINALI, G PIZZOCHERO, S GUERRI, M SEVERI

HIGHLY SENSITIVE THERMOELECTRIC TRANSDUCERS WITH CMOS MATERIALS

Sensors And Microsystems [], Pages: 573-577

F MANCARELLA, A RONCAGLIA, S CRISTIANI, GC CARDINALI, M SEVERI

PROCESS DEPENDENCE OF DOPED POLYSILICON THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY FOR THERMAL MEMS APPLICATIONS

Sensors And Microsystems [], Pages: 267-271