Lorenzo Pirrami studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland, Fribourg. After his engineering diploma in 2008, he worked as an R&D engineer focusing his attention on mixed signal ASIC and FPGA design. In 2013, during his master's studies, he was visiting scholar in the Physics Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, U.S.A. In 2015, after a period in the semiconductor industry, he started the Ph.D. in Electronics and Communications Engineering at Politecnico di Torino, where, in collaboration with the iPrint Institute, he wrote the thesis “Capacitive coupled RFID tag using a new dielectric droplet encapsulation approach". From September 2017, he is Professor of Electronics at the HES-SO Fribourg. His research interests are focused on various applications involving passive RFID tags as well as assembly processes beyond the state of the art.