Job Title: Student/Hardware Designer/Sound Engineer
Company: University La Sapienza/Ironbridge Electronics
Member since: 2009
Primary Section: Italian
Francesca Ortolani received the Master's degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Rome "La Sapienza" in 2014, with specialization in Circuits and Algorithms for Signal Processing. She received a diploma in Sound Engineering (Fonia e Music Technology) from Saint Louis College of Music in Rome in 2009.
She is currently a PhD student in Information and Communication Technology at the University of Rome "La Sapienza" (ISPAMM (Intelligent Signal Processing and MultiMedia Lab).
She works as hardware/software designer and prototyping/test engineer at Ironbridge Electronics. She is co-founder of Ironbridge Electronics.
Current interests and research areas with Ironbridge Electronics:
Power Amplifiers, Array Processing, Sensors, Sound applications to naval undersea warfare.
Current interests and research areas as PhD student at "La Sapienza":
Hypercomplex Adaptive Filters, Array Processing, Immersive Audio.
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