Mattia Segatto was born in 1994. He received the B. Sc. degree in Electronics Engineering in 2018 and the M. Sc. degree in Electronics Engineering in 2020 from University of Udine, Italy, discussing a Master’s thesis on an analytical tunnelling current model for ferroelectric tunnel junctions based on the WKB approximation.

He is currently a PhD student in Industrial and Information Engineering under the supervision of Professor David Esseni at University of Udine, and since 2020 he has been working as a member of the NanoElectronic Devices and Circuits (NEDeC) group.

His research activities focus on the modelling and simulation of ferroelectric-based devices, such as Ferroelectric Tunnel Junctions (FTJs) and Ferroelectric FETs (FeFETs) that are candidate hardware for neuromorphic computing.