Paolo Inchingolo Edit Profile
Doctor in Chemical Engineering, University Trieste, Italy, 1975.
Electronic technical head Institute Human Physiology University Trieste, Italy, 1970—1977, assistant professor human physiology, 1975—1976, Institute Human Physiology University Ferrara, 1977—1985. Adjunct professor biomedical engineering Department Electrical and Electronic Engineering University Trieste, 1979—1985, associate professor biomedical engineering, 1985—2004, professor biomedical engineering, since 2005. Visiting professor laboratory sensorimotor research National Eye Institute National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1987—1993.
Rector delegate telematics University Trieste, Italy, 1987—2000. Head Laboratories Advanced Networking, E-learning, Health Telematics, Neuromodelling and Open Source University Trieste, since 1990. University Trieste rector delegate Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 1991—1995.
Director Higher Education in Clinical Engineering University Trieste, Italy, since 1991. University Trieste representative Supercomputing Center Interuniv. Consortium, Bologna, 1993—2004.
Science coordinator Regional Network Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia, 1997—2003. Conseillor Mediterranean Institute Health Telematics, Rome, 1999—2005. Coordinator International Center Transitional Studies, since 2000.
Virtual university coordinator Central and Eastern European University Network, Vienna, since 2001. University Trieste rector delegate Virtual University Adriatic, Bologna, Italy, since 2001. Deputy rector telematics, university networks and related external activites University Trieste, 2001—2003.
Italian coordinator University Trieste and Ministry Health of Croatia Agreement, Zagreb, since 2001. President Biomedical Engineering Studies' Program Board, University Trieste, Italy, since 2003. Chair Integrating Healthcare Enterprise Transnational Committee Central and Eastern Europe, since 2005.
President Open Three Consortium, Trieste and Padua, since 2006.
International coordinator Adriatic Balcanic Ionian Cooperation Biomedical Engineering, Trieste, Italy, 2001. National coordinator Alpe Adria Initiative Universities Network, 2001. Master: Italian National Group Bioengineering (head informatics section 1980).
Fellow: Italian Federation Electronic and Information Technology Engineers (senior 25 year award 2005), Italian Alpine Club (25 year award 1985). Member: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Italian Association Medical and Biological Engineering, Italian Association Clinical Engineering (honorary), International Federation Medical & Biological Engineering.
Married Clelia Gandin, September 8, 1973. Children: Davide, Agnese.