Senses Lab

SEnsors NetworkS and Embedded Systems Laboratory

Center for Cyber Intelligence and Information Security

Gaia Maselli

Personal Information:

Position: Assistant professor Maselli, Gaia
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Research Area: Fast tag identification in RFID systems
Phone or fax: +390649918438
Personal page: http://reti.dsi.uniroma1.it/eng/maselli/
Short Bio:

Gaia Maselli is Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at the Sapienza University of Rome - Italy. She received the Laurea Degree in Computer Science and the Ph.D. in Computer Science both from University of Pisa, Italy. She was Postdoc researcher at Sapienza University of Rome. Prior to Rome University, she was junior researcher at Italian National Research Council (CNR) in Pisa. Her research interests focus on architectural and networking aspects of wireless networks. In particular, her current work focuses on the design and evaluation of networking protocols for RFID systems, sensor ad hoc networks, and cognitive radio networks. Dr. Maselli has significant experience in working on European projects. In particular, she is task leader in the European ARTEMIS CHIRON project. She worked in the FP7 EU projects SENSEI and SENDORA, the ARTEMIS projects eDiana, the FP6 IST projects E-Sense, WiSeNts, the FP5 IST project MobileMAN.

Recent Publications

  • "PrIME: Priority-based Tag Identification in Mobile RFID Systems Computer Communications", Accepted for publication in Elsevier Computer Communications. 2017. BibTeX Read more
  • "Throughput-optimal Cross-layer Design for Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Networks", IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems. 2014. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "A Cross-Layer Architecture for Ad Hoc Networks". Springer-Verlag. 2013. BibTeX Read more
  • "Fast Identification of Mobile RFID Tags". Proceedings of IEEE MASS 2012. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. October, 8-11. 2012. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Anticollision Protocols for Single-Reader RFID Systems: Temporal Analysis and Optimization", IEEE Trans. Mob. Comput., Vol. 10. 2011, pp. 267-279. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Interference cancellation-based RFID tags identification". MSWiM. 2011. pp. 111-118. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Performance Analysis of Anti-Collision Protocols for RFID Systems". VTC Spring. 2009. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Optimal frame tuning for aloha protocols in RFID networks". Sensor, Mesh and Ad Hoc Communications and Networks Workshops, 2009. SECON Workshops' 09. 6th Annual IEEE Communications Society Conference on. 2009. pp. 1-3. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Dynamic tag estimation for optimizing tree slotted ALOHA in RFID networks". Proceedings of the 11th international symposium on Modeling, analysis and simulation of wireless and mobile systems. 2008. pp. 315-322. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Meditrina:: addressing the system-level challenges to ambient assisted living". Proceedings of the 1st ACM SIGMOBILE international workshop on Systems and networking support for healthcare and assisted living environments. New York, NY, USA : ACM. 2007. pp. 79-82. Full textBibTeXOnline version Read more
  • "Meditrina: An Architecture for Managing Sensors and Actuators in Ambient Computing Environments". Proceedings of the Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking. 2007. BibTeX Read more
  • "Managing heterogeneous sensors and actuators in ubiquitous computing environments". Proceedings of the First ACM workshop on Sensor and actor networks. 2007. pp. 35-42. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Reliable and efficient forwarding in ad hoc networks", Ad Hoc Networks, Vol. 4. 2006, pp. 398 - 415. Full textBibTeXOnline version Read more
  • "A Flexible Cross-Layer Interface for Ad-Hoc Networks: Architectural Design and Implementation Issues", Ad Hoc & Sensor Wireless Networks. 2006, pp. -1-1. BibTeX Read more
  • Agha, K., G. Lassous, I., Pujolle and G. eds. "Design of a Flexible Cross-Layer Interface for Ad Hoc Networks". Springer US. 2006. pp. 189-198. Full textBibTeXOnline version Read more
  • "Improving the performability of data transfer in mobile ad hoc networks". Sensor and Ad Hoc Communications and Networks, 2005. IEEE SECON 2005. 2005 Second Annual IEEE Communications Society Conference on. Sept. 2005. pp. 153-163. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "A Modular Cross-Layer Architecture for Ad Hoc Networks". CRC-Press. 2005. BibTeX Read more
  • "Performability in ad hoc networks". Vehicular Technology Conference, 2004. VTC 2004-Spring. 2004 IEEE 59th. May. 2004. pp. 2106-2110 Vol.4. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Cooperation issues in mobile ad hoc networks". Distributed Computing Systems Workshops, 2004. Proceedings. 24th International Conference on. Mar. 2004. pp. 803-808. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • "Cross-layering in mobile ad hoc network design", Computer, Vol. 37, Feb, 2004, pp. 48-51. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • Conti, Marco, Giordano, Silvia, Gregori, Enrico, Olariu and Stephan eds. "Towards Reliable Forwarding for Ad Hoc Networks". Springer Berlin Heidelberg. 2003. pp. 790-804. Full textBibTeXOnline version Read more
  • "Design and Implementation of an Anomaly Detection System: an Empirical Approach". In Proceedings of Terena Networking Conference. 2003. pp. 2001. Full textBibTeX Read more
  • Conti, Marco, Giordano, Silvia, Gregori, Enrico, Olariu and Stephan eds. "MobileMAN: Mobile Metropolitan Ad Hoc Networks". Springer Berlin Heidelberg. 2003. pp. 169-174. Full textBibTeX Read more
 

Alumni

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

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