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Universita' di Perugia (NiPS Laboratory)

Address: Via A. Pascoli, 1 - 06123 Perugia, Italy
URL: www.nipslab.org

The Noise in Physical System (NiPS) Laboratory at the Physics Department of the University of Perugia, has a long-standing tradition in studying physical systems in the presence of noise. Our interest ranges from stochastic nonlinear dynamics modelling to thermal noise measurements to energy harvesting. We are interested in approaching both theoretical and experimental aspects of the research activity.

Igor Neri

E-Mail: igor.neri [AT] nipslab.org

Luca Gammaitoni

Position: Professor, Director of NiPS Laboratory
URL: www.fisica.unipg.it/gammaitoni
E-Mail: luca.gammaitoni [AT] nipslab.org

Luca Gammaitoni, is Professor of Experimental Physics at the University of Perugia, in Italy and the director of the Noise in Physical Systems (NiPS) Laboratory (www.nipslab.org). He is also the founder and CEO of Wisepower srl (www.wisepower.it) a university spin-off company focussed on the design and prototypation of micro-energy generator. He graduated in Perugia and obtained the PhD in Physics from the University of Pisa in 1990. Since then he has developed a wide international experience with collaborations both in Europe, Japan and the USA. He has authored more than 140 papers on top-level scientific journals and few books. His papers have been cited more than 5000 times.

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