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RIUNIONE ANNUALE 2012 - Cagliari e Villasimius, 25-27 Giugno 2012

Programma Dettagliato

Lunedì 25 giugno 2012 (Cagliari)

Welcome Lunch (12:30-13:30)

Benvenuto (13:30-16:00)

Benvenuto delle autorità

Interventi di ANVUR (M. Ajmone Marsan), CUN (A. Stella), CEPR (M. Ruggieri)

slides intervento M. Ajmone Marsan

slides intervento A. Stella

slides intervento M. Ruggieri

Coffee break (16:00-16:30)

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

Alla fine della giornata è previsto il trasferimento in autobus a Villasimius

Martedì 26 giugno 2012 (Villasimius)

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

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

Sessione A1 Wireless Networks (Chairman: Luigi Atzori)

  1. QoS provisioning in LTE-A networks with relay nodes, Giuseppe Piro, Alfredo Grieco, Gennaro Boggia and Pietro Camarda

  2. Energy Consumption and Probability of Error in Clustered IEEE 802.15.4 Sensor Networks with Data Aggregation, Marco Martalò, Chiara Buratti, Gianluigi Ferrari and Roberto Verdone

  3. Two Stage Competition among Users and Operators in Wireless Access Networks, Ilaria Malanchini, Matteo Cesana and Nicola Gatti

  4. P-CSMA: A Priority-Based CSMA Protocol for Multi-Hop Linear Wireless Networks, Chiara Buratti and Roberto Verdone

Sessione B1 Monitoring and Remote Sensing (Chairman: Bruno Serpico)

  1. A modular approach to fire and smoke detection based on colour features and dynamics analysis, Lucio Marcenaro, Carlo Regazzoni, Pietro Morerio and Gianluca Gera

  2. An efficient 3-D beamforming algorithm for sonar systems using sparse arrays, Maria Palmese, Andrea Trucco and Gianni Vernazza

  3. Multiscale Classification of Very High Resolution SAR Images of Urban Areas by Markov Random Fields, Copula Functions, and Texture Extraction,Aurélie Voisin, Vladimir Krylov, Gabriele Moser, Sebastiano Serpico and Josiane Zerubia

  4. Ground Moving Target Detection for COSMO-SkyMed SAR system, Fabrizio Turin, Lorenzo Buratta, Debora Pastina and Pierfrancesco Lombardo

Coffee Break (10.00-10.30)

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

Sessione A2 Advanced Technologies for Communication Systems (Chairman: Mauro Biagi)

  1. Security and complexity of the McEliece cryptosystem based on QC-LDPC codes, Marco Baldi, Marco Bianchi and Franco Chiaraluce

  2. A Cognitive Radio Indoor HDTV Multi-Vision System in the TV White Spaces, Mauro Fadda, Maurizio Murroni and Vlad Popescu

  3. An Analytical Approach to Optimized Anchors Placement in UWB-based Indoor Localization,Stefania Monica and Gianluigi Ferrari

  4. Communications and Networking in Labs-on-a-Chip systems, Elena De Leo, Laura Galluccio, Giacomo Morabito and Alfio Lombardo

Sessione B2 Video Analysis and Content Creation (Chairman: Marco Tagliasacchi)

  1. Quality Change Detector for Video Sequences, Paolo Bestagini, Simone Milani, Marco Tagliasacchi and Stefano Tubaro

  2. Markov chains fusion for video scenes generation, Alberto Piacenza, Fabrizio Guerrini and Nicola Adami

  3. Adaptive denoising filtering for object detection applications,Simone Milani, Riccardo Bernardini and Roberto Rinaldo

  4. Rate-accuracy optimization for object recognition in visual wireless sensor networks, Alessandro Redondi, Matteo Cesana and Marco Tagliasacchi

Plenary Talk (12.00 - 13.00)

"Vehicular Cloud Computing"

Mario Gerla

UCLA Computer Science Department

Los Angeles, USA

Slide della presentazione


Mobile Cloud Computing is a new field of research that aims to study mobile agents (people, vehicles, robots) as they interact and collaborate to sense the environment, process the data, propagate the results and more generally share resources. Mobile agents collectively operate as Mobile Clouds enabling environment modeling, content discovery, data collection and other mobile applications in a way that is not possible, or not efficient, with the conventional Internet Cloud alone. In this paper we focus on Vehicles. We review Vehicle Cloud applications ranging from urban sensing to intelligent transportation and address the cooperation between Vehicular Clouds and the Internet.

Gerla's Bio

Dr. Mario Gerla is a Professor in the Computer Science Dept at UCLA. He holds an Engineering degree from Politecnico di Milano, Italy and the Ph.D. degree from UCLA. He became IEEE Fellow in 2002. At UCLA, he was part of the team that developed the early ARPANET protocols under the guidance of Prof. Leonard Kleinrock. He joined the UCLA Faculty in 1976. At UCLA he has designed network protocols including ad hoc wireless clustering, multicast (ODMRP and CODECast) and Internet transport (TCP Westwood). He has lead the ONR MINUTEMAN project, designing the next generation scalable airborne Internet for tactical and homeland defense scenarios. He is now leading several advanced wireless network projects under Industry and Government funding. His team is developing a Vehicular Testbed for safe navigation, content distribution, urban sensing and intelligent transport. Parallel research activities are wireless medical monitoring using smart phones and cognitive radios in urban environments. He has served as a Technical Program Committee member of many international conferences, and is active in the organization of conferences and workshops, including MedHocNet and WONS. He serves on the IEEE TON Scientific Advisory Board. He was recently recognized with the annual MILCOM Technical Contribution Award for 2011 and the IEEE Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Society Achievement Award in 2011.

Pranzo (13:00-14:00)

Sessioni scientifiche GTTI parallele (14:00-16:00)

Sessione A3 Emerging Networking Paradigmals (Chairman: )

  1. Table Lookup Bypass for Energy Saving in IP Routers' Line Cards, Angelo Coiro, Marco Polverini, Antonio Cianfrani and Marco Listanti

  2. CCVN: A Paradigm Shift towards Content-Centric Networking in VANETs, Marica Amadeo, Claudia Campolo and Antonella Molinaro

  3. The Social Internet of Things (SIoT) - When Social Networks meet the Internet of Things: Concept, Architecture and Network Characterization, Michele Nitti, Luigi Atzori, Antonio Iera and Giacomo Morabito

  4. Modeling Temperature and Dissipation Behavior of an Open Multi-Frequency Green Router, Vincenzo Riccobene, Alfio Lombardo, Diego Reforgiato and Giovanni Schembra

  5. Introducing Routing Standby in Network Nodes to Improve Energy Savings techniques, Marco Polverini, Antonio Cianfrani, Marco Listanti and Vincenzo Eramo

Sessione B3 Multimedia Data Analysis, Reconstruction and Forensics (Chairman: Roberto Rinaldo)

  1. Performance evaluation of multi-camera visual tracking, Lucio Marcenaro, Carlo Regazzoni, Pietro Morerio and Mauricio Soto

  2. A new ranking approach and revisited ratio test for improving content-based image retrieval, Massimo Mauro

  3. Fusion of Distance Measures for Cover Song Identification, Alessio Degani, Marco Dalai and Pierangelo Migliorati

  4. A Novel Progressive Image Scanning and Reconstruction Scheme based on Compressed Sensing and Linear Prediction, Giulio Coluccia and Enrico Magli

  5. Counter-forensic of median filtering: a post-processing approach, Marco Fontani, Mauro Barni and Alessandro Piva

Coffee break (16:00-16:30)

Sessione ad invito GTTI: "The role of signal processing in cognitive systems and multimedia security" (16:30-18:00)

Organizer: Carlo Regazzoni, Lucio Mercenaro

Slides dell'introduzione

Titolo: "Internet of Things and Context Awareness: an Industrial Point of View"

Presenter: Antonio Vilei, STMicroelectronics

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Titolo: "Industrial applications and international activities concerning Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio"

Presenter: Marco Cesena, Selex Elsag

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Titolo: "Dynamic Sensor Selection for Cognitive Radar Tracking"

Presenter: Fulvio Gini, University of Pisa

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Titolo: "Multimedia security: trends, challenges and opportunities"

Presenter: Francesco De Natale, University of Trento and Mauro Barni, University of Siena

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Cena sociale (ore 20:45)

Cena sociale GTTI/CNIT

Include Premio Carassa e premio dottorato del GTTI

Mercoledì 27 giugno 2012

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

AICT per i trasporti

Scarica la locandina

Coordinatore: Andrea Penza (Vice presidente AICT)

Andrea Penza, Vice-Presidente AICT

Assemblea CNIT (10:00-11:30)

Coffee break (11:30-12:00)

Tavola rotonda (12:00 - 13:30)

Tavola Rotonda GTTI/CNIT

Pranzo (13:30-14:30)

Sessione Informativa (14:30 - 16:00)

Sessione informativa su "Procedure Locali e Nazionali di Valutazione del Personale Universitario"

Intervento Roberto Rinaldo e Arnaldo Spalvieri

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