Marco Abbatangelo

Marco Abbatangelo is a Medical Engineer, graduated at University of Tor Vergata in April 2017 with a thesis on gas sensors for detection of prostate cancer cells treatments entitled "Study of the effect of pioglitazone on the metabolism of two prostate tumor cell lines through the analysis of volatile compounds with a sensory system based on Self-Adapted Temperature Modulation".

In November 2017, he begins his Ph.D. at the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Brescia, but he actually carries on his research activity in the laboratories of CNR - IBBR, National Research Council, Institute of Biosciences and Bio-resources in Reggio Emilia. He works with smart olfactive tools (i.e. electronic noses) based on nanowire gas sensors for food quality control and environmental monitoring. The main field of activity is the development of machine learning algorithms for data analysis, such as neural networks.

He collaborates with NASYS, a spin-off of the University of Brescia: the consultancy is related to analyze data and write reports to present to the companies Nasys works with.

In February 2018, he obtains the qualification to the profession of engineer.