Nicola Toscani received his bachelor's, master's and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano in 2013, 2015 and 2019, respectively. All of them were obtained cum laude. During his PhD, his research focused on electromagnetic compatibility topics: in particular, he was involved in the development of behavioral, analytical and electromagnetic models of test setups adopted in conducted susceptibility verifications.
He got the engineering license in 2016.
He worked as a research fellow at the Mechanical department of the Politecnico di Milano from 2018 to 2023. In these years, his research focused on electric drives, power electronics and wireless power transfer. Currently, he is involved in spoke 13 on electric mobility, which is funded by Next Generation EU through the Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR).
In 2021 he co-founded the startup ePEBBs, which deals with the design and development of power converters.
He is the author of several scientific publications in international journals and conference proceedings. In addition, he is the author of a monograph, a book chapter, a patent and a patent application.
He is a reviewer for the following international journals: IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (published by Hindawi), Electrical Engineering (published by Springer), Machines, Batteries and Energies (published by MDPI), IET Electric Power Applications and International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems (both edited by Wiley)
He has been teaching assistant and tutor for seven courses for both bachelor's and master's degrees for Mechanical, Automation and Electrical Engineering students. He supervised the thesis work of more than 20 master's students.