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RIUNIONE ANNUALE 2011 - Messina e Taormina, 20-22 Giugno 2011

Programma Dettagliato

Lunedì 20 giugno 2011 (Messina)

Welcome Lunch (13:00-14:00)


Benvenuto (14:00-16:00)

Benvenuto del Rettore e dell'Ordine degli Ingegneri

Interventi di CUN (A. Stella)

slides intervento Andrea Stella

Coffee break (16:00-16:30)


Assemblea e Consiglio Direttivo-Scientifico GTTI (16:30-18:30)


Alla fine della giornata è previsto il trasferimento all'hotel Capotaormina per chi lo ha richiesto



Martedì 21 giugno 2011 (Taormina)

Sessioni scientifiche GTTI parallele (8:30-12:00)

Prima sessione scientifica (8:30-10:00)

Sessione 1a Wireless Networking (Chairman: Emilio Leonardi)

  1. Performance Analysis of Broadcast Protocols in VANETs with Poisson Spatial Vehicle Distribution, Stefano Busanelli, Gianluigi Ferrari and Roberto Gruppini

  2. Wireless Resource Sharing for Residential Access Networks, Claudio Rossi, Claudio Casetti and Carla-Fabiana Chiasserini

  3. Real Time Traffic Updates via UMTS: Unicast versus Multicast Transmissions, Alessandro Bazzi and Barbara Mavì Masini

  4. Per-Application Mobility Management: Design, Implementation and Performance Evaluation of the UPMT solution, Marco Bonola and Stefano Salsano

  5. Energy-Efficient CDMA Power Control for Wireless Networks Based on a Pre-Bayesian Game, Giacomo Bacci and Marco Luise


Sessione 1b Digital Signal Processing (Chairman: Riccardo Bernardini)

  1. Joint Video-CANbus Sensing Framework for Smart Automotive Safety, Lorenzo Ciardelli, Lucio Marcenaro and Carlo Regazzoni

  2. An experimental assessment for estimating the volumetric concentration of ultrasound contrast agents, Claudia Sciallero, Marco Crocco, Andrea Trucco and Gianni Vernazza

  3. Two Decision Fusion Frameworks for Image Forensics, Marco Fontani, Andrea Costanzo, Mauro Barni, Tiziano Bianchi, Alessia De Rosa and Alessandro Piva

  4. Lossy compression of distributed sparse sources: a practical scheme, Giulio Coluccia, Enrico Magli, Aline Roumy and Velotiaray Toto-Zarasoa

  5. Experimental Investigation of Wireless Sensor Networks for Fingerprinting-based Posture Recognition, Marco Martalò, Matteo Giuberti and Gianluigi Ferrari


Coffee Break (10.00-10.30)


Seconda sessione scientifica (10:30-12:00)

Sessione 2a Green Communications (Chairman: Giovanni Schembra)

  1. Distributed and Adaptive Interface Switch Off for Internet Energy Saving, Angelo Coiro, Flavio Iervini and Marco Listanti

  2. Power Aware Routing and Network Design with Bundled Links , Gianfranco Nencioni, Rosario G. Garroppo, Stefano Giordano and Maria Grazia Scutellà

  3. Network Resource Monitoring for Capacity Scaling: an Approach to Minimize Energy Consumption in Internet Access Routers, Carla Panarello, Alfio Lombardo, Diego Reforgiato and Giovanni Schembra

  4. Toward a green IP routing protocol, Antonio Cianfrani, Vincenzo Eramo, Marco Listanti and Marco Polverini

  5. Energy-Efficient Non-cooperative Resource Allocation in Multi-Cell OFDMA Systems with Multiple Base Station Antennas and MRC combining, Alessio Zappone, Giusi Alfano, Stefano Buzzi and Michela Meo


Sessione 2b Remote sensing (Chairman: Sabrina Greco)

  1. Bistatic PCRLB for Random Manouvering Target, Pietro Stinco, Maria Greco, Fulvio Gini and Alfonso Farina

  2. Multiresolution supervised classification of panchromatic and multispectral images by Markov random fields and graph cuts, Gabriele Moser and Sebastiano Serpico

  3. Advanced signal processing for WiFi-based Passive Bistatic Radar, Paolo Falcone, Fabiola Colone and Pierfrancesco Lombardo

  4. Real-Time Correction of Ionospheric Model by OTHR Coordinate Registration based on Sea/Land transition Identification, Francesco Sermi, Luca Facheris and Fabrizio Cuccoli

  5. High Range Resolution Multichannel DVB-T Passive Radar: Aerial Target Detection, Dario Petri, Amerigo Capria, Michele Conti, Fabrizio Berizzi, Marco Martorella and Enzo Dalle Mese


Plenary Talk (12.00 - 13.00)

"Network coding for quality of experience"

Muriel Medard

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Boston, USA



Slide della presentazione

Abstract

The use of coding is often associated with throughput improvements. Such improvements do not necessarily translate in commensurate quality of experience (QoE) benefits and, conversely, significant gains in QoE do not necessarily require significant increases in throughput. In this talk, we present some approaches that show how coding can improve QoE. We first show that coding can be used to show to bound the probability of interruption in networks, in a manner akin to error exponents. We apply these principle to stitch effectively cellular networks with 802.11 in order to obtain very low probability of interruption while accessing almost exclusively the 802.11 network. We also show how coding can avoid interruptions in TCP/IP, by coding over temporary network effects that can lead to significant service interruptions. We show through analysis and experimentation that such interruptions can be well avoided We conclude with some promising new areas for coding in the area of QoE improvement.

Medard's Bio

Muriel Mèdard is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT. She was previously an Assistant Professor in the ECE Department at UIUC and a Staff Member at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. She received B.S. degrees in EECS, in Mathematics, and in Humanities, as well as M.S. and Sc D. degrees in EE, all from MIT. She has served as an Associate Editor for the Optical Communications and Networking Series of the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory and the OSA Journal of Optical Networking. She has served as a Guest Editor for the IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology, the IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (twice), the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications and the IEEE Transactions on Information Forensic and Security. She serves as an associate editor for the IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology. She is a member of the Board of Governors of the IEEE Information Theory Society and currently serves as First Vice-President. She has served as TPC co-chair of ISIT, WiOpt and CONEXT. She was awarded the 2009 IEEE Communication Society and Information Theory Society Joint Paper Award , the 2009 IEEE William R. Bennett Prize in the Field of Communications, and the 2002 IEEE Leon K. Kirchmayer Prize Paper Award. She was co-winner of the 2004 MIT Harold E. Edgerton Faculty Achievement Award. In 2007, she was named a Gilbreth Lecturer by the National Academy of Engineering. Professor Mèdard's research interests are in the areas of network coding and reliable communications, particularly for optical and wireless networks.


Pranzo (13:00-14:00)


Sessioni scientifiche GTTI parallele (14:00-15:30)

Sessione 3a Future Networks (Chairman: Stefano Giordano)

  1. Analysis of Packets Loss Probability in Peer-To-Peer Networks for Streaming, Roberto Cesco Fabbro, Riccardo Bernardini and Roberto Rinaldo

  2. A Semantic-driven and Data-Centric Approach for Dynamic and Stub-Less SOAP-Service Invocation, David Parlanti, Federica Paganelli and Dino Giuli

  3. Correlation Based Similarity Metric For Clustering In Multimedia Social Network, Pietro Cassarà, Cosimo Di Lisi e Luigi Alcuri

  4. A flexible router for on-fly dynamic packet management in NetFPGA platform, Alfio Lombardo, Carla Panarello, Diego Reforgiato, Enrico Santagati and Giovanni Schembra

  5. A Novel Technique for Automatic Packet Traffic Classification, Cristina Rottondi and Giacomo Verticale


Sessione 3b Transmission (Chairman: Enrico Magli)

  1. Cognitive Radio Resource Management exploiting Heterogeneous Primary Users, Anna Vizziello, Ian F. Akyildiz, Ramon Agusti, Lorenzo Favalli and Pietro Savazzi

  2. Ziv-Zakai bound for Time-Of-Arrival Estimation of GNSS Signal-In-Space, Andrea Emmanuele, Marco Luise and Francesca Zanier

  3. Complexity-Adaptive Random Network Coding for Peer-to-Peer Video Streaming, Attilio Fiandrotti, Simone Zezza and Enrico Magli

  4. On signal propagation in nanomachine-to-neurons communications, Laura Galluccio, Sergio Palazzo and Giuseppe Enrico Santagati

  5. Using Blaum-Sanyal codes for error detection, Marco Baldi, Marco Bianchi, Franco Chiaraluce and Torleiv Klove


Coffee break (15:30-16:00)


Sessione ad invito GTTI/SIEM: "Hot topics in Radar signal Processing" (16:00-17:30)

Programma dettagliato eventi SIEm


Organizer: F.Gini (Università di Pisa) e L.Mariani (SELEX Sistemi Integrati)


Titolo: "Radar imaging: an industrial point of view. From the beginning to its applications to large systems"

Presenter: Alfonso Farina, Director of Engineering, Large Systems Business Unit, SELEX Sistemi Integrati, Roma, Italy

Slides della presentazione

Contact: afarina@selex-si.com


Titolo: "Advances and Prospects in Bi- and Multistatic SAR"

Presenter: Joachim Ender, Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques FHR(former FGAN-FHR), Wachtberg, Germany

Slides della presentazione

Contact: joachim.ender@fhr.fraunhofer.de


Titolo: "From Bursts to Back-Projection: Signal Processing Techniques for Earth and Planetary Observing Radars"

Presenter: Paul Rosen, Radar Science and Engineering Section Manager Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, USA

Slides della presentazione

Contact: Paul.A.Rosen@jpl.nasa.gov


Titolo: "Space-time diversity for future long-range radar architectures"

Presenter: Francois Le Chevalier, Chair “Radar Systems Engineering” at Delft University of Technology and Scientific Director of Thales Air Systems Division, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, Thales Air Operations, France

Contact: francois.lechevalier@fr.thalesgroup.com


Titolo: "Signal processing and information fusion with networked sensors"

Presenter: Pramod Varshney, Distinguished Professor, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Director of CASE: Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 13244

Slides della presentazione

Contact: varshney@syr.edu


Sessione CNIT (17:30-18:00)

Presentazione Laboratorio nazionale Radar e sistemi di sorveglianza del CNIT

Evento URSI (17:30-18:30)

Assemblea e presentazione attività URSI

Programma dettagliato eventi URSI



Cena sociale (ore 20:30)

Cena sociale GTTI/CNIT/SIEM con il supporto CNIT Hotel S. Domenico, Taormina

Include Premio Carassa e premio dottorato del GTTI


Mercoledì 22 giugno 2011

Sessione GTTI/AICT (8:30-10:00)

Aspetti Socio-economici del Green ICT

(versione pdf)

8:30: Benvenuto e introduzione, Andrea Penza, Vice presidente AICT

8:45: Interventi

9:45: Dibattito

Conclusioni, Andrea Penza, Vice Presidente AICT

Assemblea CNIT (10:00-11:30)

Presentazione Laboratori nazionali CNIT di Pisa e Cagliari-Napoli



Sessione 1 SIEm (8:30-11:00 - Sala Etna)

Programma dettagliato eventi SIEm


I progetti in corso, i risultati ottenuti, le opportunità (prima parte)

Presiede:Prof.Paolo Lampariello



Coffee break (11:30-12:00)



Tavola rotonda (12:00 - 13:30)

Tavola Rotonda sulle Prospettive del settore TLC. Con la partecipazione dei Past President GTTI

Intervento di Franco Russo

Intervento di Vito Cappellini

Intervento di Aldo Roveri


Sessione Tutorial URSI (11:30 - 13:30)


Programma dettagliato eventi URSI


Pranzo (13:30-14:30)



Evento congiunto GTTI/SIEm: Sessione "Didattica" (14:30 - 16:00)

Programma dettagliato eventi SIEm


14.30: Rilevazioni Statistiche CdL Ingegneria delle TLC, Prof. V. Pascazio, (Univ. di Napoli Parthenope) & Prof. G.Mazzarella, (Univ. Di Cagliari)

Lucidi parte 1, Lucidi parte 2

14.45: Ingegneria delle TLC - Sopravvivere? Estinguersi? Trasformarsi?, Prof. Giuseppe Bianchi, (Università di Roma "Tor Vergata")

Lucidi

15.00: Iniziative di Internazionalizzazione nei CdL di Ingegneria delle TLC, Prof. Roberto Verdone, (Università di Bologna)

15.15: Offerta didattica nei corsi di laurea "non tradizionali" : situazione e prospettive, Prof. Giuseppe Mazzarella (Università di Cagliari)

15.30-16.00: Discussione aperta

Sessione SIEm dedicata agli espositori (14:30-16:00 - Sala Etna)

Programma dettagliato eventi SIEm


14:30: Dr. Emmanuel Leroux (CST) : Utilizzo e potenzialità di strumenti di simulazione elettromagnetica

15:15: Dr. Giuseppe Bilotta (Univ. di Catania, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia): Potenzialità e pratico utilizzo di mezzi di calcolo basati su GPU

Coffee break (16:00-16:30)



Sessione 2 SIEm (16:30-19:00 - Sala Etna)

Programma dettagliato eventi SIEm


SIEm: I progetti in corso, i risultati ottenuti, le opportunità (seconda parte)

Presiede: Prof. Ovidio Mario Bucci



Giovedì 23 giugno 2011

Consiglio Scientifico SIEm (9:00 - 10:30 Sala Etna)



Assemblea Soci SIEm (10:30 - 11:30 Sala Etna)



Consiglio Direttivo SIEm (11:30 Sala Etna)



Sponsor

Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni (CNIT)

Selex Sistemi Integrati

BBanda

Con il patrocinio di Facoltà di Ingegneria, Università degli studi di Messina

Con il patrocinio dell'Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Messina

Con il patrocinio del Comune di Taormina

Con il patrocinio della Provincia Regionale di Messina