Bernardo Tellini was born in Pisa, Italy, 7 July 1969. He is Professor of Electrical Measurements at the University of Pisa.
From May 2006 up to December 2006 he has been “visiting professor” at the Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid and he held the course “Diffusion of Electromagnetic Fields into Continuous Media with application to Conducting Hysteretic Magnetic Materials, and Electromagnetic Launchers” for Ph.D. and post-doc students. During this period he collaborated and developed researches on sensorless measurement technique for the characterization of magnetic materials under nonperiodic conditions.
In September 2007 he has been “visiting scientist” at the ISL - Institute Saint-Louis (France) research center for developing studies on the electromagnetic field emission and distribution during the operation of electromagnetic launchers.
He has published more than 100 papers on international journals and refereed conferences.
He is member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).
He is member of the technical committee of I2MTC conference.
Secretary Italian Chapter IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement
Chairman of the European Pulsed Power Laboratories (EPPL)
Member of the Scientific Committee of the EPPL
His main research interests are in:
1. Magnetic Hysteresis;
2. New Composite Magnetic Materials;
3. Analysis and Measurements of Electromagnetic Fields;
4. Electromagnetic Compatibility - modeling and measurements of electromagnetic emission from electrostatic discharges, partial discharges, sliding contacts in railway systems and plasma formation;
5. Theoretical Modeling and Measurements in MHD problems, Plasma Stability;
6. Measurements in Biomedical Application.
1) Compatibilità Elettromagnetica Industriale (Ing. Elettrica Specialistica)
2) Elettrotecnica (Ing. Civile)
3) Strumentazione Elettrica (Ing. Elettrica I livello)
4) Fisica Audiologica (Audiometria e Audioprotesi)
1) analisi e misura di campi elettromagnetici in dispositivi a potenza impulsiva
2) caratterizzazione di materiali magnetici dolci
3) sviluppo e caratterizzazione di nuovi materiali a comportamento magnetico inusuale
4) caratterizzazione di materiali dielettrici