Dajana Cassioli

Università degli Studi dell’Aquila, Italy 0000-0001-7574-5099

D. Cassioli is currently Associate Professor of Telecommunications at the University of L'Aquila, Italy. Her main research interests are in the fields of wireless communications (UWB and 60 GHz), wireless multimedia sensor networks, and IP networking. She is currently the President of the spin-off of the University of L’Aquila "SMARTLY: Natives of smart living s.r.l." In 2010 she has been awarded one of the prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grants in the domain of Physical Sciences and Engineering for the project VISION-Video-oriented UWB-based Intelligent Ubiquitous Sensing. She is author/co-author of tens of publications on prestigious International Journals and Conferences. She was TP Co-Chair of NETWORKS 2012. She served several times as a TPC member of International Conferences, like the ICC, PIMRC, VTC, GLOBECOM. She is a Senior Member of IEEE, a Member of Communications Society and Computer Society. She is the Chair of the IEEE Joint VT06/COM19 Italy Chapter. From Nov. 2005 to Jan. 2012 she has been the Director of the associated laboratory of RADIOLABS at the University of L’Aquila, which is a university-industry research consortium for the development of radio technologies, established in 2001. She has been the scientific officer responsible in RADIOLABS for the IST European Project ULTRAWAVES (IST-2001-35189 of FP5). She was involved in the European Integrated Projects PULSERS (FP6-506897) and PULSERS Phase II (FP6-027142). She has been the Scientific Responsible for RadioLabs of the European Project WiNNOVATE - Mediterranean Wireless Innovation (1G-MED08-525) of the STC Programme MED, implementing a pilot for a demonstration of Smart City. In the year 2000, she was a Summer Manager with the Wireless Systems Research Dep. at AT&T Labs-Research, NJ, USA, working on the statistical analysis of UWB signal propagation. She has been involved in the activity of definition of the standard channel model for the IEEE 802.15.4, ended in 2005.

Biography Updated on 19 June 2016

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