STMicroelectronics is one of the world’s largest semiconductor companies with net revenues of US$ 9.66 billion in 2018. The group has approximately 46000 employees, 11 main manufacturing sites, advanced research and development centers in 10 countries, and sales offices all around the world. ST focuses its product strategy and solutions for Smart Driving and the Internet of Things. These segments encompass MEMS & Specialized Imaging Sensors, Digital ASICs, General Purpose & Secure MCUs EEPROM, Analog, Industrial & Power Conversion ICs, Discrete & Power Transistors and Dedicated Automotive ICs. STM shares trade on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: STM), on Euronext Paris, and on Borsa Italiana. ST has established a worldwide network of strategic alliances involving European R&D projects within Horizon 2020 (the European Union’s research and innovation framework), Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership (ECSEL) initiative and national or regional programs for R&D and for industrialization in the electronics industries with universities and research institutes.
Company activities in the project
WP2: Re-engineering of sensor (e.g. corrosion sensor) for harsh environemnt
Vincenza Di Palma is graduated in Chemistry at University of Naples. After a triennial working experience at the University focused on the study of composites and polymeric materials, she jointed STMicroelectronics in 2002. In her activity at ST she had dealt with organic photovoltaic cells, molecular electronics, biosensors and organic/inorganic surface functionalization. At present she supports the European and National projects management. She also supports the safety service for the site chemical laboratories. She is co-author of 8 Patents and scientific publications.
Project coordinator for STM