Vittorio Camarchia has been able to move seamlessly between different research fields, spanning from physics-based simulations, to modelling of active devices, to high frequency design and measurement of devices and amplifier stages. Recently, he has explored new multi-disciplinary research lines, related to innovative materials and theoretical evaluations of classical amplifier issues like the amplitude-to-phase conversion. From a modelling standpoint, he developed innovative self-consistent electro-thermal compact models, while some of his publications related to design represent world records and state of the art results, especially in terms of fractional bandwidth, central frequency and output power.
He is a member of the Technical program committee of the IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS) since 2016, of the IEEE Radio Wireless Week Symposium (RWW) since 2019, chair of technical sections during the major conferences and reviewer of a number of prestigious journals in microwave electronics, such as IEEE Trans. Microwave Theory and Technique, IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, IEEE Trans. on Circuit and Systems, IEEE Access and IEE/IET Electronics Letters.
He served as reviewer (evaluator) for the Research Executive Agency (REA) of the European Commission for space related H2020 calls In 2016, he was the Editor of the “Electronics for Microwave backhaul” book published by Artech House Boston. He is member of the Editorial Board of journals with international reputation (in the role of Associate Editor) including IEEE ACCESS (from January 2018) and is the Guest Editor of the 2020 S.I. of the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques dedicated to “Broadband and RF and Millimeter-wave Power Amplifiers.
He has contributed to the organisation of several Workshops and Special sections during the major microwave conferences (Radio Wireless Week Microwave Symposium, European Microwave Week, International Microwave Symposium) in recent years.
In 2002 he was the recipient of the prize “Young Graduate Research Fellowship”.