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SEnsors NetworkS and Embedded Systems Laboratory

Center for Cyber Intelligence and Information Security

Valerio Di Valerio

Former member

Personal Information:

Position: Post-Doc researcher Di Valerio, Valerio
Research Area: Underwater monitoring systems
Short Bio:
Valerio Di Valerio is a Postdoc researcher at the University of Rome "La Sapienza". He received the master degree in Computer Engineering in 2010 and the Doctorate degree in Computer Science in 2014, both from the University of Rome "Tor Vergata". His research interests concern Service Oriented Architecture, Cloud computing and Underwater Sensors Networks, with special emphasis on modeling, performance evaluation and optimization. In the last two years he has also participated to several experimental campaigns at sea where innovative underwater systems have been extensively tested. He worked on the EU-funded projects TROPIC and SUNRISE and served as a reviewer for several international journals and conferences.

Recent Publications

  • "MARLIN-Q: Multi-Modal Communications for Reliable and Low-latency Underwater Data Delivery". Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks. January. 2019. pp. 134-145. BibTeX Read more
  • "On the Impact of Local Computation Over Routing Performance in Green Wireless Networks". Proceedings of IEEE WoWMoM 2018. Chania, Greece. June. 2018. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Harnessing HyDRO: Harvesting-aware Data Routing for Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks". Proceedings of ACM MobiHoc 2018. Los Angeles, USA. June. 2018. BibTeX Read more
  • "WHARP: A Wake-up Radio and Harvesting-based Forwarding Strategy for Green Wireless Networks". Proceedings of IEEE MASS 2017. Orlando, FL, USA. October, 22--25. 2017. pp. 1 - 9. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Wake-up Radio-enabled Routing for Green Wireless Sensor Networks". Proceedings of IEEE VTC 2017 Fall. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. September, 24--27. 2017. pp. 1 -6. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Finding MARLIN: Exploiting Multi-Modal Communications for Reliable and Low-latency Underwater Networking". Proceedings of IEEE Infocom 2017. Atlanta, USA. May, 1--4. 2017. pp. 1-9. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "A Self-Adaptive Protocol Stack for Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks". Proceedings of MTS/IEEE OCEANS 2016. Shanghai, China. April, 10--13. 2016. pp. 1-8. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "A Reinforcement Learning-based Data-Link Protocol for Underwater Acoustic Communications". Proceedings of ACM WUWNet 2015. Washington DC, USA. October. 2015. BibTeX Read more


SENSES alumni have leading roles in top national and international research centers and in R&D of companies.

Luigi Picari, PhD, IoT Engineer, Olivetti, Rome, Italy
Valerio Di Valerio, PhD, ALES (United Technologies Research Center), Rome, Italy
Angelo Capossele, PhD, Digital Catapult, London, UK
Dora Spenza, PhD, Google, London, UK
Loreto Pescosolido, PhD, Tenured researcher, CNR, Pisa, Italy
Roberto Petroccia, PhD, Researcher, NATO Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation, La Spezia, Italy
Michele Nati, PhD, Lead Technologist in Personal Data and Trust, Digital Catapult, London, UK
Alessandro Cammarano, PhD, Software Architect, Magneti Marelli, Italy
Alessandro Camillò, PhD, Software Architect, Ericsson, Sweden
Alessio Carosi, PhD, Software Developer, Amazon Lab126, UK
Michele Mastrogiovanni, PhD, Senior Software Engineer, Engineering Ingegneria Informatica, Italy
Claudio Vicari, PhD, J2EE Architect, Atos Worldgrid, Italy
Donatella Ermini, PhD, Developer, Vetrya, Italy
David Benedetti, PhD, Engineer, Altran Italia, Italy
Ariona Shashaj, PhD, ERCIM fellow, SICS, Sweden