Modern experimental research combines disciplines as metrology, electronics, informatics, electrical engineering, statistics, and digital signal processing. The Impalab Laboratory integrated these areas of research with its team of academic, professional, post doctoral, and student research scientists. Furthermore, the lab maintains laboratory and fabrication facilities, as well as integration with partner and spin-off industrial companies, to allow our researchers to move quickly from a device concept to a prototype, and rapidly finalize their designs. In this way we convert dreams in projects.

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IMPALAB - Laboratory

These are some areas of our current research:
Magnetic Measurement Platform
Metrological performande improvementà
Wires for small-aperture magnets
Vibrating wires for longitudinal field profiles
Metrological performande improvementà

Current Projects

IMPLAB Laboratoty is active on these projects:

  • Characterizing and Monitoring Resistive Magnets
  • Condition monitoring of cryogenics equipment
  • Magnetic Measurement Platform
  • Wires for small-aperture magnets
  • Precision hardware Design
  • Polyvalent Field Mapper

News

June 2017

 Scandale@DIETI 2017

  • The 3-CFU Course held by Prof. Walter Scandale of CERN has just ended. Titled "Design and implementation of complex experiments: a case study on SPS experiments to test crystal collimation for LHC”, it was organized in the context of the internationalization of Electronic Engineering CdS.
    The Course ranged from particle accelerators physics of to their enabling technologies and the case study of UA9, as a smart experiment capable of innovating complex experimental systems in simplicity.
    Thirty participants (30% PhD, 40% MSc and 30% BSc students) attended, with daily  average of 20, and 14 at the final exam, 1 with cum laude and 3 with 30/30.
    Thanks to Walter Scandale for having donated to Federico II such a generous share of his precious time and congratulations ro IMPALab members (Casinelli, Gargiulo, Gatti and Smarra) for their good score.

    The organization of the course as well as of related visits and institutional meetings has seen a strong commitment of IMPALab.
    Profs. Arpaia and Scandale particularly thank Umberto Cesaro for his generous commitment to the perfect performance of IMPALab in the event "Scandale@DIETI 2017.

June 2017

  • Congratulation to Fulvio Martinelli, MSc student of IMPALab, currently carrying out a stage at CERN in cooperation with the University of Geneva, under the supervision of the Director of the Particle Physics Department, Giuseppe Iacobucci. Fulvio has been award as the one of the Best Student of Federico II. The Award is given to the best 33 students of the University (on about 80,000). 

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