Exhibitors 2017


NEMESYS (Neutron Effects on MEMory SYStems)
NEMESYS (Neutron Effects on MEMory SYStems)

NEMESYS (Neutron Effects on MEMory SYStems)

NEMESYS is a project that participate to the REXUS/BEXUS Programme, sponsored by European Space Agency (ESA), and
studies the effects of cosmic rays and atmospherical events on memory systems. Its aim is to correlate bit-flips
in memories with strong radiation events by neutrons impacts on them. This phenomena could cause problems to the high
altitude electronics ( spacecrafts, aircrafts, airliner...)
Italy


NEMESYS (Neutron Effects on MEMory SYStems)

Dario Asciolla, Tiziano Fiorucci, Elena Grosso, Carla Marzullo, Alessandro Scaramella, Federico Semeraro, Simone Stramaccioni, Alessia Zibecchi, Marco Ottavi

Nemesys is designed by eight students, in collaboration with the Department of Electronic Engineering of University of Rome Tor Vergata:

Dario Asciolla: M.Sc. Student in Electronic Engineering
Tiziano Fiorucci: M.Sc. Student in ICT & Internet Engineering
Elena Grosso: M.Sc. Student in Electronic Engineering
Carla Marzullo: M.Sc. Student in Electronic Engineering
Alessandro Scaramella: M.Sc. Student in Electronic Engineering
Federico Semeraro: M.Sc. Student in Aeronautical Engineering
Simone Stramaccioni: M.Sc. Student in Electronic Engineering
Alessia Zibecchi: M. Sc.Student in Electronic Engineering


  A9 (pav. 6) - Universit√† degli Studi di Tor Vergata
 2017

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