Antonio Abramo received the Laurea degree in Electrical Engineering (summa cum laude) from the University of Bologna in 1987.
After three years of experience as hardware designer, in 1990 he joined the Department of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Bologna, as Research Assistant and then Ph.D. student, developing models of carrier transport in electron devices.
During the summer of 1992 he was with the Intel Corporation, Santa Clara (CA), USA, working on the Monte Carlo modeling of advanced MOS devices.
In 1993-1994 he was visiting scientist at the AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill (NJ), USA, where he was involved in the semi-classical and quantum modeling of SiGe FETs.
In 1995 he received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bologna.
From 1995 to 1997 he was Post-Doc at the Department of Physics, University of Modena, Italy, where his activity was concerned with the study of mesoscopic effects in electron devices, quantum transport in the Wigner formalism, quantum effects in electron devices.
During the winter 2000 he was visiting Professor at the CIS, Stanford University, Stanford (CA), USA, where he worked on the modeling of 2D quantum effects in ultra-short MOS transistors.
He is currently Associate Professor of Electronics at the University of Udine, Italy.
Antonio Abramo is co-author of about eighty scientific publications, including 31 papers on International Journals, 41 papers at International Conferences, 9 IEDM papers, 9 invited papers, and 7 book contributions.
In years 2001-02 he has been appointed Member of the "Modeling and Simulation" technical subcommittee of the IEDM Conference.
He has also been appointed Chair of the "Modeling and Simulation" technical subcommittee of the IEDM Conference for the year 2003.
In year 2011 has been appointed as Member of the International Organizing Committee of the International Conference on Sensing Technology.
From year 2008 to 2018, he has entered the Board of Directors of ETH Lab, the research subsidiary of the Eurotech Group, where he also held the position of Director.
Antonio Abramo is Senior Member of the IEEE.
August 16, 1962