Signal Processing In Node Environment

Project Partners

  • Plasma GroupProf. Giancarlo Fortino Department of Electronics, Informatics, and Systems (DEIS), University of Calabria

  • Telecom ItaliaDr. Ing. Fabio Bellifemine, Telecom Italia

  • ESSP LabProf. Roozbeh Jafari Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at Dallas.

  • ASVES GroupProf. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California at Berkeley

Contact us

SPINE

For any questions or comments, and in particular for code contribution, please send an email to Raffaele Gravina at 'rgravina(at)deis(dot)unical(dot)it'.

SPINE2

For any questions or comments, and in particular for code contribution, please send an email to Stefano Galzarano at 'sgalzarano(at)deis(dot)unical(dot)it' .

The SPINE Team

  • Giancarlo FortinoAssociate Professor (University of Calabria, Italy), Website - g(dot)fortino(at)unical(dot)it

    Supervisor of the Plasma Research Group (Department of Electronics, Informatics, and Systems - University of Calabria) and CEO of SenSysCal S.r.l. His research interests include distributed computing, wireless sensor networks, multimedia systems, agent-oriented technology and systems, and applied software engineering.
  • Raffaele GravinaPhD (University of Calabria, Italy), Website - rgravina(at)deis(dot)unical(dot)it

    He received the PhD degree in computer engineering from the University of Calabria, Italy, in 2012. His research interests are focused on high-level programming methods for WSNs. He is the main designer of the SPINE Framework and responsible for the open-source contributions. He spent two years as researcher at the Telecom Italia WSN Lab at Berkeley, California. He is involved in several research projects on WSNs, including AD-PERSONAS, MAPS and the REWSN Cluster of CONET FP7. He is co-founder of SenSysCal S.r.l.
  • Antonio GuerrieriPhD (University of Calabria, Italy), aguerrieri(at)deis(dot)unical(dot)it

    He received the PhD degree in computer engineering from the University of Calabria, Italy, in 2012. His research interests are focused on design methods for high-level programming of wireless sensor networks. He is involved in several research projects on wireless sensor networks such as SPINE, BMF, MAPS and FP7 CONET. He is a co-founder of SenSysCal S.r.l., a spin-off of University of Calabria.
  • Stefano GalzaranoPhD Student (University of Calabria, Italy), sgalzarano(at)deis(dot)unical(dot)it

    He received the B.S. and M.S. degrees both in computer engineering from the University of Calabria, Italy, where he is currently pursuing the PhD degree jointly with the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), NL. His research interests are focused on high-level programming methods and autonomic techniques for wireless sensor networks. He is currently responsible for the SPINE 2.x Framework.
  • Fabio BellifemineProject Manager (Telecom Italia), fabioluigi(dot)bellifemine(at)telecomitalia(dot)it

    He is a senior project manager in Telecom Italia where he is currently responsible for the R&D Project on Services and Applications of Wireless Sensor Networks. His previous research interest was in the field of software agent technology. In this field he launched the JADE Open Source Project and he led the Architecture Board of the Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents. He is a senior member of IEEE.
  • Roberta GiannantonioResearcher (Telecom Italia), roberta(dot)giannantonio(at)telecomitalia(dot)it

    She received the M.S. degree in telecommunication engineering at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. She joined Telecom Italia and since then she has been involved in research projects about Wireless Technologies. She has been active into the ZigBee Alliance. She is coauthor of patents and papers about wireless technologies.
  • Alessia SalmeriResearcher (Telecom Italia), alessia(dot)salmeri(at)telecomitalia(dot)it

    She received the M.S. degree in computer science from University of Turin, Italy. She worked for IT consulting companies in several domains (banking, automotive). She joined Telecom Italia Lab in 2001 as IT process management analyst and developer. Since January 2005 she has been working as senior researcher in Telecom Italia Lab, Research & Trends group.
  • Roozbeh JafariAssistant Professor (University of Texas at Dallas, USA), Website - rjafari(at)utdallas(dot)edu

    He is the director of ESSP Lab and currently an Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas.
    His research is primarily in the area of networked embedded system design and reconfigurable computing with emphasis on medical/biological applications, their signal processing and algorithm design.


Contributors

Alessandro Andreoli Project Manager (Loccioni Group, Ancona, Italy), Carlo Caione PhD Student (University of Bologna, Italy), Michele Capobianco MS (University of Torino), Sameer Iyengar Developer (Google), Kevin Klues Graduate Research Assistant (University of California at Berkeley, USA), Philip Kuryloski PhD (Cornell University, USA), Vitali Loseu PhD Student (University of Texas at Dallas, USA), Ville-Pekka Seppa PhD (Tampere University of Technology, Finland), Edmund Seto Associate Researcher (University of California at Berkeley, USA), Marco Sgroi R&D Manager (So.Tel, Italy), Filippo Tempia Bonda Researcher (Telecom Italia), Pering Trevor Researcher (Intel).


Internal SPINE Alumni

Antonio Augimeri, Andrea Caligiuri, Antonello Condello, Giuseppe Cristofaro, Giuseppe Scabellone, Simone Trovato.