Claudia Rinaldi, PhD
|Area:||Telecommunication, Signal Processing|
Claudia Rinaldi got her University Degree in Electronic Engineering (cum laude) from the University of L'Aquila, at the Faculty Engineering, within the Course of Telecommunications. The Master Thesis (available both in Italian and in English) was developed at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) of Stockholm under the supervision of professor Karl Herik Johansson and professor Niels Moller. In 2006 she graduated in Trumpet at the Conservatory of Music "A. Casella" of L'Aquila and since 2006 she has been a student of Music and New Technologies at the same institute.
In 2005 she participated to the exam for PhD application and obtained the best placement. She thus was PhD student from 2005 to 2009 at the Center of Excellence DEWS of The Faculty of Engineering of the University of L'Aquila where she got the PhD in 2009 with a thesis with the following title: Advanced Modeling for Wireless Communications and Distributed Control over Wireless Networks.
In 2005 she had a contract by the Center of Excellence DEWS for research on modelling and optimization of transport techniques for adaptive wireless systems.
Since 2005 she was a tutor for students thesis of both Bachelor and Master Degree. She also made seminars, exercises and exams for the courses of Signal Analysis and Elaboration, Wireless Communications, Electrical Communications. She made some lessons for a refresher course in Technolabs, L'Aquila, about the MAC level of WiMax Standard.
She is the authors of papers published in various conference proceedings and international books and she has been a reviewer for various international journals.
Her main research activities are focused on design, modelling and optimization of communication algorithms with particular interest on the physical layer of the protocol stack, in the use of technology in artistic fields with particular emphasis on application of wireless sensor networks in electronic music and in the topics of the software defined radio for the development of transmission systems responding to cognitive radios paradigms.
- Claudia Rinaldi, Fabio Graziosi, Luigi Pomante and Francesco Tarquini, RF Sounding: Generating Sounds from Audio Frequencies, Chapter in Technological Innovation, InTech, ISBN 979-953-307-559-3 Book edited by:
Dr. Hong Yi Sun, City University of Hong Kong, China
- R. Alesii, G. Gargano, F. Graziosi, L. Pomante, C. Rinaldi. WSN-based Audio Surveillance Systems, Chapter in SPRINGER VERLAG Book - Springer Verlag Lecture Notes Series, 2009.