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  • Felice Russo


Felice Russo received the M.S. degree in Nuclear Physics from the University "Federico II", Naples, Italy, in 1990 discussing the doctoral thesis on neutrinos physics conducted at the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN - Geneve). He is an employee of Micron Technology Italy, an US semiconductor memory manufacturer, where he is currently engaged in the characterization and improvement of DRAM cell refresh.

In 1997, he has been appointed from Rome University "La Sapienza", Department
of Electrical Engineering, as lecturer of "Materials and Technologies for semiconductor devices" and in 1998 as lecturer of "Evolution of DRAM echnology", "Floating gate Flash memory overview" and "Plasma Etching".

Felice is an IEEE member and the co-author of several articles/papers/patents in the semiconductor field. Since June 1998, he has been interested in recreational mathematics starting to play with numbers and integer sequences and has authored more than 200 sequences in EIS of N. Sloane.

He is the author of a book on Smarandache Notions ( "A set of new Smarandache
Functions, sequences and conjectures in number theory", 2000, American Research
Press) as well as of several papers published on the Smarandache Notions Journal

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