Maurizio Rebaudengo

Participating Member

Maurizio Rebaudengo held a degree in Electronic Engineering from Politecnico di Torino (1991) and the PhD degree in Computer Engineering and Systems (1995) at the same institution.
In 1997 he became Assistant Professor in Politecnico di Torino, in 2005 became an Associate Professor and since 2019 he is a Full Professor at the same institution.
The research activity of Maurizio Rebaudengo initially concerned the Electronic CAD, with attention to issues related to testing of digital circuits (Automatic Generation of Test Sequences, Design for Testing. Testing Circuits, Low Power Consumption).
M. Rebaudengo has also dealt techniques for the design of circuits and systems for safety-critical applications, both in terms of tools and methods for assessing the reliability of these systems (especially with regard to the techniques of Fault Injection), both of software techniques for the design of safety-critical systems.
Since 2006 he was also involved into the study of information systems, reliable and safe, based on RFID and wireless sensor networks (WSN). The research topics are mainly based on the study of traceability systems based on RFID technology, the definition of communication protocols between RFID readers and the study of algorithms for secure distribution of encryption keys in WSN.
Since 2014, he was also involved into the study of Body Area Networks for Healthcare, in particular for fall detection and prevention in elderly people.
M. Rebaudengo has authored over 250 publications and he has published 1 book, 50 articles in international journals with review and more than 180 articles in international conferences with review process.