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GTTI for the Future


May 8, 2012 - CONFINDUSTRIA FIRENZE, Via Valfonda 9, Florence, Italy

Preliminary Program

Tuesday May 08, 2012

Confindustria Firenze, Via Valfonda 9 - FIRENZE, Italy (located 100m from the central railway station Firenze S. Maria Novella)

The registration form can be downloaded HERE


The Proposals that will be presented are the following:

Nome Cognome e-mail TITOLO Istituzione
Irene Amerini ForensIc tool for forgery Detection in digital ImaGes Università di Firenze
Marco Baldi Cross-Layer and Post-Quantum Information Security Techniques Università Politecnica delle Marche
Giacomo Cancelli Smart ID, a cheap anti-counterfeiting technique for printed objects Viditrust/ Siena
Davide Cuda A new design for the Main Distribution Frame in next-generation Internet access networks Politecnico di Torino
Fabrizio Dominici EnerCloud project (Cloud-based simplified energy monitoring) ISMB
Marco Fontani DIVINE, Digital Visual content INvEstigation Università di Siena
Pietro Morerio pmorerio@ginevra.dibe.unige Distributed cognitive radio architecture with embedded nodes DYNATECH Genova
Andrea Marinoni Information theory-assisted analysis, design and optimization of Phase Change Memories Università di Pavia
Silvano Pero Security in Teleradiology: a combined signature and watermark scheme for Dicom
radiographic images
CSP Torino
Mario Pezzoni LITE: Large Image Teleradiology Enabled Università di Brescia
Emilio Piracci A Novel ADS-B/MLAT receiver with signals discrimination capability Università di Roma Tor Vergata
Lorenzo Ridi The
Università di Firenze
Chiara Risi ULTRADSL: Unified Management of Copper
Wires for Ultra-Broadband DSL
Università di Cassino
Claudio Rossi Load Balancing and Eco-Management for Federated Residential Gateways Politecnico di Torino
Giacomo Tazzini A platform for Crowdsourcing and Collaborative Design Tools Università di Pisa
Federico Trippi Electromagnetic probing of the human body Università di Firenze
Anna Maria Vegni Smart Lighting
Università di Roma 3
Participation to the event is restricted to GTTI associates and is subject to registration.

Please send a message stating your intention to participate to the workshop to BEFORE APRIL 28, 2012.

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The Workshop "GTTI for the Future" intends to be an occasion for young Italian Researchers in the diverse fields of ICT to present their innovative ideas for a new business line to the Executives of a selected group of Multinational Enterprises in the field. The event aims at creating an appealing opportunity for young Researchers to possibly see their ideas turned into products with the help of well-experienced Companies.

Each 15-minute presentation will have to focus on a new product/service, and will have to describe (at least):

GTTI has invited the following Companies to take part into the event:

Young Researchers wishing to take part into the event are requested to submit a short summary of their business idea (no more than 4 (four) A4 pages including figures and schemes) no later than FEBRUARY 20, 2012 to the following mail address: The first proponent and presenter of the idea must be younger than 32 at the time of submission.

The organizing Committee, under the coordination of Prof. Vito Cappellini form the University of Florence, Italy, will select the most appealing proposals to be presented at the Workshop. The authors of such proposals will receive a notification of acceptance by MARCH 31, 2012. Participation to the Workshop will be free of charge.

More information about the initiative can be found at or can be requested by e-mail at

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