Eros G. Pasero is Professor of Electronics at Polytechnic of Turin since 1991 after a four-year assignment as Professor at the University of Roma, Electronics Engineering. He was also Visiting Professor at ICSI, UC Berkeley, CA in 1991 and Professor of digital electronics and electronic systems at Tongji University, Shanghai, China in 2011, 2015 and 2017. Moreover, he held the role of Professor of digital electronics and electronic systems at TTPU (Turin Tashkent Polytechnic University), Tashkent, Uzbekistan since 2012 to 2014 where he was also vice rector in the first period of 2014 and Visiting Professor at the Neuroscience Department of the Columbia University di New York,  June 2018.

Prof. Pasero interests lie in Artificial Neural Networks and Electronic Sensors. He created in 1990 the Neuronica Lab where hardware neurons and synapses are studied for neuromorphic approaches and neural software is applied to real life cases. Innovative wired and wireless sensors are also developed for biomedical, environmental and automotive applications. Data coming from sensors are post-processed by means of artificial neural networks.

Today, his main interests concern the telemedicine, in particular, wearable ECG sensors, remote patients control and venous ulcers remote diagnosis. He is a member of the technical committee of Politecnico di Torino joint with ASL of Città di Torino and with ASL TO3 where he is developing a wearable ECG device for remote control of patients.

Prof. Pasero is now the President of SIREN, the Italian Society for Neural Networks; he was v. General Chairman of IJCNN2000 in Como, General Chairman of SIRWEC2006 in Turin, general Chairman of WIRN2015, WIRN2016, WIRN2017 and WIRN2018 in Vietri.  He holds 5 international patents, two of which have been the first silicon European neurons and synapse developed with Texas Instruments. He was a supervisor of tenths of international PhD and hundreds of Master students and he is the author of more than 100 international publications.

Together with his group, he was awarded with the 1982 CILEA-Sperry award for “complex application systems and local distributed architecture”, with the ASSIPE Design-In-Award in 2003 and 2004 and he was IEEE key note speaker at 2014 Symposium series on Computational Intelligence in Orlando, Fl., distinguished lecturer at the IEEE Medical Information Summer School 2016, Trani and Distinguished Lecturer of the  IEEE  school in Smarter Engineering for Industry 4.0,  Perugia 2017.