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RIUNIONE ANNUALE 2010 - Brescia, 21-23 Giugno 2010

Programma Dettagliato

Lunedì 21 giugno 2010

Welcome Coffee

Ore 10:00-10:30

Didattica e ricerca

Ore 10:30-12:30

Pranzo a Buffet

Ore 12:30-13:30

Assemblea e Consiglio Direttivo-Scientifico GTTI

Ore 13:30-16:00

Coffee break

Ore 16:00-16:30

Sessione ad invito GTTI: "Biometria"

Ore 16:30-18:30
Organizer: A. Neri, Università di Roma 3

Martedì 22 giugno 2010

GTTI Keynote Speech

Ore 9.00

"A Research Agenda for the Internet of Things"

Dr. Heinrich J Stüttgen, IEEE fellow
VP NEC Laboraties Europe, NEC Europe Ltd
Heidelberg, Germany

Abstract: When every physical object connects with other objects, our current system and network architectures will face a large set of new challenges. The presentation identifies some of these challenges and the contributions of European R&D projects such as SENSEI and IoT to the creation of an Internet of Things. Further, ongoing extensions of the network architecture to support communications between billions of devices of widely varying capabilities will be highlighted. As there is no ready to use solution for the IoT available, we will study ongoing research directions, put the different approaches into perspective and identify open issues.

Stüttgen's Bio

Heinrich Stüttgen was a Fulbright scholar at the State University of New York at Buffalo (NY) from where he holds a Master of Science degree (1979). He obtained Diploma (1979) and Doctor of Science (1985) degrees in computer science from the University of Dortmund.
In 1985 he joined the IBM Research and Development Laboratory in Germany, developing one of the first mainframe UNIX systems. In 1987 he moved to IBM's European Networking Center at Heidelberg, where he researched protocols for high-speed networks and multimedia communications. In 1991 he was appointed manager of ENC's Broadband Multimedia Communication department. In this function he was responsible for various research, development, marketing and services projects.
In July 1997 Heinrich joined NEC Europe Ltd. as founding manager of NEC's Network Laboratories in Heidelberg. Since June 2007 he is Vice President of NEC Laboratories Europe, responsible for NEC's network and IT related R&D activities in Europe. During the last decade he led NEC's European Laboratories to become one of the leading telecommunications research institutes in Europe and world-wide.
Heinrich has widely published in various scientific conferences, journals and books. He was a guest lecturer at Mannheim University in Computer Networks and has been project auditor and proposal evaluator for the European Commission in the ICT area. Heinrich is an IEEE Fellow and served as a Member at Large of the Board of Governors of the IEEE Communications Society 2004 to 2006. He was chair of ComSoc's Technical Committee on Communications Switching and Routing 2004 and 2005 and has been chair of ComSoc's IEEE Globecom and ICC Technical Content Committee (GITC) 2005 - 2009. From 1998 to 2009 he served as vice-chair of the German Information Technology Society's special interest group on communications and distributed systems (GI/ITG KuVS).
Heinrich was general chair of the IEEE High Performance Switching and Routing Conference in Heidelberg in 2000. In 2009 he acted as Technical Program Vice-Chair of IEEE ICC 2009 in Dresden, one of the most successful ICC's ever. In 2009 he received Comsoc's Harold Sobol Award for Exemplary Services to Meeting and Conferences

Sessioni scientifiche GTTI parallele - Ore 10:00-13:30

Sessione Elaborazione del Segnale


  1. Estimating Cinematographic Scene Depth in Movie Shots, Luca Canini, Sergio Benini, Riccardo Leonardi, Università di Brescia

  2. On the Computation/Memory Trade-Off in Software Defined Radios, Vincenzo Pellegrini, Mario Di Dio, Luca Rose, Marco Luise, Università di Pisa

  3. An Enhanced Serial Network Spectrum Sensing Scheme for Multiple Antenna Cognitive Radios, Luca Bixio , Marina Ottonello, Mirco Raffetto, Carlo S. Regazzoni, Università di Genova

  4. Synthesis of robust frequency-invariant beamformers over very large bandwidths, Marco Crocco, Andrea Trucco, Gianni Vernazza, Università di Genova

  5. Network MIMO for Femtocell Systems Over Copper-based Backhauling, Jonathan Gambini, Umberto Spagnolini, Politecnico di Milano

  6. Context-Free Grammars for activity modeling and matching, Nicola Conci, Mattia Daldoss, Francesco G.B. De Natale, Nicola Piotto, Università di Trento

Coffee Break


  1. Optimal Sensor Selection In Multistatic Passive Coherent Location System, Pietro Stinco, Maria Sabrina Greco, Fulvio Gini, Lucio Verrazzani, Università di Pisa

  2. A coordinate registration method for skywave over the horizon radar systems, Francesco Sermi, Luca Facheris, Dino Giuli, Fabrizio Cuccoli, Università di Firenze

  3. A multi-feature oriented approach to Content-Based Copy Detection, Fabrizio Guerrini, Marzia Corvaglia, Riccardo Leonardi, Pierangelo Migliorati, Eliana Rossi, Università di Brescia

  4. Error Concealment of H.264/AVC Inter-Coded Video Frames, Riccardo Bernardini, Luca Celetto, Gianluca Gennari, Manuel Cargnelutti, Roberto Rinaldo, Università di Udine

  5. Accurate 3D Reconstruction by Stereo and ToF Data Fusion, Carlo Dal Mutto, Pietro Zanuttigh, Guido Maria Cortelazzo, Università di Padova

  6. Energy-Aware Compress and Forward systems for Wireless Monitoring of Time-Varying Fields, Stefano Savazzi, Umberto Spagnolini, Politecnico di Milano

Sessione Reti


  1. Performance analysis of mesh-based peer-to-peer video streaming systems, Alessandro Poli, Paolo Giacomazzi, Politecnico di Milano

  2. Enhancing message-oriented middleware capability and flexibility for dynamic service composition in context-aware distributed systems, Federica Paganelli, David Parlanti, Dino Giuli, Università di Firenze

  3. Practical Monitoring of Per-Class Bandwidth Usage on Encrypted Links, Maurizio Dusi, Alice Este, Francesco Gringoli, Luca Salgarelli, Università di Brescia

  4. Thermal Control for Crossbar-based Input-Queued Switches, Marco Ricca, Andrea Bianco, Paolo Giaccone, Guido Masera, Politecnico di Torino

  5. Comparison of Opaque and Translucent WDM Networks with Different Regenerator-Placement Strategies under Static and Dynamic Traffic, Giuseppe Rizzelli, Guido Maier, Romolo Longo, Achille Pattavina, Politecnico di Milano

  6. A MAC/PHY Simulation Platform for Multi-Packet Reception in 802.11 Networks, Aljoa Dorni, Fulvio Babich, Massimiliano Comisso, Università di Trieste

Coffee Break


  1. S-UPMT: a secure Vertical Handover solution based on IP in UDP tunneling and IPsec, Marco Bonola, Stefano Salsano, Università di Roma 2

  2. Joint Image Compression and Encoding Method based on Multi-Attribute Decision Making Theory for Deep Space Channels, Igor Bisio, Fabio Lavagetto, Mario Marchese, Università di Genova

  3. GLRT-based change detection for non-stationary data via Maximum Entropy, Angelo Coluccia, Università del Salento

  4. Using per-Host Measurements for Fast Internet Traffic Classification, Diego Lucerna, Cristina Rottondi, Giacomo Verticale, Politecnico di Milano

  5. Optimal Overlay Construction for Wireless Multimedia Social Networks, Pietro Cassarà, Università di Palermo

Sessione Trasmissione


  1. Efficient receivers for q-ary LDPC coded signals over Partial Response channels, Andrea Marinoni, Pietro Savazzi, Università di Pavia

  2. Exploiting source correlation to improve performance of q-ary Rate Compatible LDPC codes, Andrea Marinoni, Pietro Savazzi, Lorenzo Favalli, Università di Pavia

  3. Joint control of bandwidth and playout-delay for QoS streaming traffic over faded links, Nicola Cordeschi, Tatiana Patriarca, Enzo Baccarelli, Università di Roma 1

  4. Physical Layer Security through Non-Systematic Coding, Marco Baldi, Marco Bianchi, Franco Chiaraluce, Università Politecnica delle Marche

  5. Resource Allocation in Relay-assisted DS/CDMA Interference Channels: a Game-Theoretic Approach, Alessio Zappone, Eduard Jorswieck, Università di Cassino

  6. Transoceanic PM-QPSK Terabit Superchannel Transmission Experiments at Baud-Rate, Enrico Torrengo, Roberto Cigliutti, Gabriella Bosco, Alessio Alaimo, Andrea Carena, Vittorio Curri, Pierluigi Poggiolini, Giancarlo Gavioli, Fabrizio Forghieri, Stefano Piciaccia, Michele Belmonte, Andrea Brinciotti, Antonio La Porta, Silvio Abrate, Politecnico di Torino

Coffee Break

Sessione Remote Sensing


  1. Extraction and fusion of road networks in wide area optical and SAR images using a multi-scale adaptive approach, Paolo Gamba, Gianni Lisini, Fabio Dell'Acqua, Francesco Holecz, Università di Pavia

  2. Edge Detection in Urban Areas using Multichannel SAR Interferometry, Fabio Baselice, Giampaolo Ferraioli, Università di Napoli Parthenope

  3. Geostationary satellite based passive bistatic ISAR for coastal surveillance, Debora Pastina, Matteo Sedehi, Diego Cristallini, Università di Roma 1

  4. Model Matching and Feature based Automatic Target Recognition by means of Polarimetric ISAR Images, Marco Martorella, Elisa Giusti, Amerigo Capria, Fabrizio Berizzi, Enzo Dalle Mese, Università di Pisa

  5. Costal Ship Detection by DVB-T Software Defined Passive Radar: Experimental Results, Amerigo Capria, Michele Conti, Dario Petri, Marco Martorella, Fabrizio Berizzi, Enzo Dalle Mese, Rocco Soleti, Vincenzo Carulli, Università di Pisa

  6. Flooding and change maps from cosmo-skymed images, Elena Angiati, Silvana Dellepiane, Michaela De Martino, Gabriele Moser, Sebastiano B. Serpico, Università di Genova

Pranzo a Buffet

Ore 12:30-13:30

Sessione ad invito GTTI: "Quantum Communications and Processing"

Ore 14:30-16:30
Organizer: M. Mondin, Politecnico di Torino

Assemblea generale CNIT

Ore 14.30-15.30

Sessione CNIT: "Sicurezza e Privacy: opportunità e sfide per la comunità TLC"

Ore 15.30-16.30
Organizer: G. Bianchi e W. Wolfowicz

Coffee break

Ore 16:30-17:00

Sessione CNIT: "Sicurezza e Privacy: opportunità e sfide per la comunità TLC"

Ore 17.00-18.00
Organizer: G. Bianchi e W. Wolfowicz

Evento Sociale

Ore 18.00-20.30 Visita al Museo di S. Giulia/Mostra Inca

Cena Sociale CNIT/GTTI

Ore 20.30

Mercoledì 23 giugno 2010

Sessione GTTI - 9:00 - 10:30

Titolo: "Il paradigma cognitivo: verso la coesistenza radio di reti di comunicazione wireless cooperative"

Presenter: G. Di Benedetto, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"

Titolo: "Spectrum sensing e coesistenza nella Radio Cognitiva"

Presenter: M. Chiani, Università di Bologna

Coffee break

Ore 10:30-11:00

Presentazioni da parte dei soci sostenitori GTTI

Ore 11:00-12:00

Sessione AICT "Mobile Content e Mobile services I" - 12.00 - 13.30

Organizer: L. Vajano, AGCOM e A. Penza, Ericsson

Ore 12:00
Introduzione ing. Andrea Penza

Ore 12:15
Intervento Osservatorio Mobile Content & Internet del Politecnico di Milano- ing. Filippo Renga

Ore 12:45
Intervento Poste mobile TBC

Ore 13:15
Domande e risposte


Ore 13:30-14:30

Sessione AICT "Mobile Content e Mobile services II" - 14.30 - 16.30

Organizer: L. Vajano, AGCOM e A. Penza, Ericsson

Ore 14:30
Tavola Rotonda, Coordinatore: AGCOM
Partecipanti: Tiscali, Ericsson, Vodafone, - Bianca Del Genio

Ore 16:00
Domande e risposte

Ore 16.15
Conclusioni ing. Andrea Penza

Con il patrocinio del Comune di Brescia

Con il patrocinio della Provincia di Brescia - Assessorato all'Innovazione e Tecnologie
Con il patrocinio dell'Università degli studi di Brescia