Mario Paoli

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Participation to PhD school
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International IoT-360 Summer School on the Internet of Things.Link2014
Participation to national and international research projects
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Plants are able of amazing sensing capabilities, when subject to stimuli they generate electrical signals. The PLEASED project is developing a technology to collect and analyze such signals, to use plants as the next generation organic sensing devices.Link2014-2015
The goal of the TETRis project is to enrich functionalities, services and applications of the Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) communication system. This enrichment will foster the development of value added services to support public safety.Link2014
The goal of the MOTUS (MObility and Tourism in Urban Scenarios) project is to create a platform of services able to improve the management, the sustainability and the eco-compatibility of the urban mobility in Italy\'s art cities.Link2014-2015
Participation to conferences/workshops
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The 11th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys 2013) is a highly selective, single-track forum for the presentation of research results on systems issues in the area of embedded, networked sensors.Link2013
WiNMeE 2014 is the tenth edition in the International Workshop on Wireless Network Measurements and Experimentation series that began in 2005, and is intended to bring together researchers in the field of experimental wireless networking.Link2014
PLEASED satellite workshop on Bio-inspired ICT at ECCS 2014Link2014
The purpose of the fifth Workshop on Real-World Wireless Sensor Networks (REALWSN) is to bring together researchers and practitioners working in the area of sensor networks, with focus on real-world experiments or deployments of wireless sensor networks.Link2013
The 15th International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN 16) is a leading, single-track, annual forum on research in networked sensing and control, broadly defined.Link2016
Long stay visiting research periods
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Visiting PhD student at ETH Zuerich -- Dept. of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (September to December 2015) Link2015

Title Autor(s) Published in Year
1MagoNode++-A Wake-Up-Radio-Enabled Wireless Sensor Mote for Energy-Neutral Applications Mario Paoli, Dora Spenza, Chiara Petrioli, Michele Magno, Luca BeniniInformation Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN) 20162016
2Extending TETRA with Wireless Sensor NetworksMario Paoli, Francesco Ficarola, Ugo Maria Colesanti, Andrea Vitaletti, Simona Citrigno, Domenico SaccĂ International Journal of Intelligent Engineering Informatics2015
3Beyond Duty Cycling: Wake-up Radio with Selective Awakenings for Long-lived Wireless Sensing SystemsDora Spenza, Michele Magno, Stefano Basagni, Luca Benini, Mario Paoli, Chiara PetrioliIEEE INFOCOM 20152015
4Wireless Sensor Networks in Structural Health Monitoring: a Modular ApproachFabio Angeletti, Mario Paoli, Ugo Maria Colesanti, Andrea VitalettiSENSORCOMM 20152015
5A Modular Design for Wireless Structural Health Monitoring ApplicationsFabio Angeletti, Mario Paoli, Ugo Maria Colesanti, Andrea Vitaletti Sensors & Transducers Journal2015
6REACTIVE: a Peaceful Coexistence between Deluge and Low Power Listening (Best Paper Award)Andrea di Cagno, Mario Paoli, Ugo Maria Colesanti, Andrea VitalettiWiNMeE 20142014
7MagoNode: Advantages of RF Front-ends in Wireless Sensor NetworksMario Paoli, Antonio Lo Russo, Ugo Maria Colesanti, Andrea VitalettiRealWSN 20132013
8Introducing the MagoNode Platform (Demo)Ugo Maria Colesanti, Antonio Lo Russo, Mario Paoli, Chiara Petrioli, Andrea VitalettiACM SenSys 20132013
9Structural Health Monitoring in an Underground Construction Site: The Roman Experience (Poster) Ugo Maria Colesanti, Antonio Lo Russo, Mario Paoli, Chiara Petrioli, Andrea VitalettiACM SenSys 20132013