Giacomo Langfelder received his MS in Electronics Engineering in 2005, and his PhD in Information Technology in 2009 from Politecnico di Milano, Italy, where he is currently an Associate Professor and Reader of MEMS and Microsensors.
His scientific interests include sensors, their front-end electronics, and related applications. He is now researching in the field of systems for low-noise, low-power applications, including magnetometers, gyroscopes based on nano-gauge detection, FM accelerometers and gyroscopes, and micromirrors.
In recent years, he served as TPC member for the IEEE MEMS and the IEEE Inertial conferences, as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Sensors Letters, and for the Editorial Board of the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering.
Within his research, he has been tightly collaborating with industries for more than a decade with 120+ publications. In 2014, he was the co-founder of ITmems s.r.l., a spin-off company dedicated to the development of Instrumentation for the characterization of MEMS inertial sensors.