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Researcher unique identifier: orcid.org/0000-0002-3661-726X
BIBLIOMETRIC INDICATORS (source: SCOPUS, February 2023)
Number of publications: 183
Number of citations: 3770
Since 2020, Massimiliano Pieraccini is in the ranking of the most influential researchers in the world, according to a study that has been conducted each year since 2020 by Stanford University and published by PLOS Biology for all disciplinary sectors, based on the Scopus database. Top 2% researchers has been selected (in total about 160,000), who are most influential in their sector based on a set of indicators, largely based on the citations received.
Massimiliano Pieraccini has ranked #135 in Italy and #3997 in the world according to 2023 Edition of the Ranking of Best Scientists in the field of Electronics and Electrical Engineering edited by Research.com, a leading academic platform for researchers. The ranking is based on D-index (Discipline H-index) metric, which only includes papers and citation values for an examined discipline. The ranking includes only leading scientists with D-index of at least 30 for academic publications made in the area of Electronics and Electrical Engineering.
1998 PhD in Nondestructive Testing, University of Florence, Italy
1994 Master’s degree in physics, University of Florence, Italy (“Nello Carrara” degree prize)
2021 Full Professor of Electronics
2020 President of School of Electronic Engineering, University of Florence, Italy
2005 – 2020 Associate Professor at Electronics Department of Information Engineering, University of Florence, Firenze, Italy
1997 – 2005 Researcher at the Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Florence, Firenze, Italy
Since 2002 – Chair of “Fundamentals of Electronics” at University of Florence, Italy
Since 2015 – Chair of “Electronics for Space and Defence” at University of Florence, Italy
2002 – 2010 Chair of “Electronics for Telecommunications” at University of Florence, Italy
2008 – 2015 Chair of “Technologies for Cultural Heritage” at University of Florence, Italy
ORGANIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS
2015 General Chairman of 7th International Workshop on Advanced Ground Penetrating Radar (IWAGPR2015), Florence, Italy
2010 Technical Chairman of 10th International Symposium on Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR2010), Lecce, Italy
In 2001 Massimiliano Pieraccini established the Technology for Cultural heritage Laboratory of the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications (currently named Electronic Systems for Environment and Cultural Heritage Laboratory ESECH Lab). This laboratory has its own home with several work positions, two desks for assembling circuits, one mechanical workshop. The non-permanent staff has ranged between two and ten people.
The laboratory has managed about 1.5 million of euros of research projects. The main sources of funding have been: European Community, Italian Government, Regional Government, and private companies.
Currently Massimiliano Pieraccini is managing several research projects including the European project AURORA of Horizon 2020.