Job Title: Student/Hardware Designer/Sound Engineer
Company: University La Sapienza/Ironbridge Electronics
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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