Invited Speakers & Panelists
Lucia Zullino received the laurea degree in condensed matter physics from the University of Pavia in 1982. After one year of postgraduate work at the University of Pavia and three years spent with an aeronautical firm, she joined STMicroelectronics. There, she was committed to technology CAD activities within the mixed bipolar-CMOS-DMOS technology design group, contributing to the development of several smart power technological nodes. She became a COMSOL Multiphysics® user in 2004 and, starting from 2008, she coordinates the Italian COMSOL® software user group at STMicroelectronics. As of 2009, she is a senior member of their technical staff. She manages, at present, the T-CAD Competence Center of the Smart Power Technology R&D Department.
Olga Cueto graduated from “Ecole des Ponts Paris Tech” in Paris in 1991, with a specialization in computer science and applied mathematics. In 1991, she joined CEA Grenoble to work in computational fluid dynamics applied to muclear reactor thermohydraulics. In 2001, she moved to CEA LETI, where she has been working in scientific computing applied to several fields in microelectronics: electromagnetism; process simulation; and, more recently, the simulation of phase change memories (PCM) in collaboration with STMicroelectronics. Since 2017, she has been working with PhD students in collaboration with LPMC (CNRS & Ecole Polytechnique) and STMicroelectronics on the development of a model dedicated to complex phase changes in GeSbTe alloys relying on the phase field method. She is the author or coauthor of 55 articles in the field of microelectronics, including 20 in the field of emerging resistive memories (PCM, OXRAM, CBRAM).