2013-2016: FP7 SUNRISE PROJECT: Sensing, monitoring and actuating on the Underwater world through a federated Research InfraStructure Extending the Future Internet (EC coordinator: Prof. Chiara Petrioli).
Project partners: http://fp7-sunrise.eu/index.php/partners
2012-2015: ICT TROPIC PROJECT: Distributed computing, storage and radio resource allocation over cooperative femtocells. The project aims at exploiting the convergence of pervasive femto-network infrastructure and cloud computing paradigms for virtualisation/distribution of applications and services.
Project partners: www.ict-tropic.eu
2010-2013: FP7 GENESI: Green Sensor Networks for Structural Monitoring (Project Coordinator: Prof. Chiara Petrioli). The project is devoted to designing HW/SW solutions for green wireless sensor networks equipped with energy harvesting and radio triggering capabilities. Partners: University of Rome La Sapienza, ST Microelectronics, University of Bologna, Tyndall, University of Twente, Treesse, Solexperts.
2010-2013: FP7 CLAM: Collaborative embedded networks for submarine surveillance. The ultimate goal of the CLAM project is to develop a collaborative embedded monitoring and control platform for submarine surveillance by combining cutting edge acoustic vector sensor technology and 1D, 2D, and 3D sensor arrays, underwater wireless sensor networks protocol design, advanced techniques for acoustic communication, new solutions for collaborative situation-aware reasoning and distributed data and signal processing and control for horizontal and vertical linear sensor arrays. Project Partners: University of Twente, Kongsberg, University of Rome La Sapienza, University of Padova, SINTEF, Microflown.
2010-2013: FP7 ARTEMIS project CHIRON: Cyclic and person centric health management (JU ARTEMIS Grant Agreement # 2009-1-100228). The CHIRON Project intends to combine state-of-the art technologies and innovative solutions into an integrated framework designed for an effective and person-centric health management along the complete care cycle.
Project partners: www.chiron-project.eu/the-consortium.html
2009-2012: FP7 ARTEMIS project eDiana: Embedded Systems for Energy Efficient Buildins eDIANA (Embedded Systems for Energy Efficient Buildings) addresses the need of achieving energy efficiency in buildings through innovative solutions based on embedded systems. Project partners: www.artemis-ediana.eu/ediana_partners.php
2009-2012: FP7 ARTEMIS project SOFIA: Smart Objects for Intelligent Applications. SOFIA project is research project targeting to make "information" in the physical world available for smart services - connecting physical world with information world. Common target is to enable and maintain cross-industry interoperability, to foster innovation while maintaining value of existing legacy and to create new user interaction and interface concepts to enable users to benefit from smart environments.
SAFE-ART: How can sensing systems increase safety of cultural heritage. Our lab is collaborating with the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and with WSENSE s.r.l. to apply sensing systems to protect cultural heritage when moved between museums for exhibitions. More information can be found here: http://senseslab.di.uniroma1.it/safe-art
2008-2010: IP project SENSEI (integrating the PhySical with the Digital World of the Network of the Future, Grant Agreement 215923, www.ict-sensei.org). The project is devoted to the implementation and test of energy-efficient, robust, secure protocol stacks for wireless sensor networks.
2008-2010: STREP ICT-SENDORA (Sensor Network for Dynamic and Opportunistic Radio Access). The project is devoted to designing solutions for improved sensing of the available bandwdith in cognitive radio systems. Partners: Thales, Telenor, KTH, Eurecom, HUT, NTNU, University of Roma, University of Valencia,Linkoping University.
2007-2008: FILAS PITT project nr. 270 "STONE-NET Structural Monitoring Via Sensor Networks"
2006-2007: IST e-SENSE (Capturing Ambient Intelligence For Mobile Communications through Wireless Sensor Networks). Partners: Un. of Surrey, CEA-LETI, IBM, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi,Thales, Telefonica I&D, CSEM, ETHZ, University of Twente, University of Oulu, Kings College London, Aalborg University,... 'Ambient Intelligence is a key component for future beyond 3G mobile and wireless communication systems. However, the enabling technology that provides systems with information to allow for Ambient Intelligence has been neglected and currently consists of many independent modes of input, mainly relying on active user interactions or specialised sensor systems gathering information. e-SENSE proposes a context capturing framework that enables the convergence of many input modalities, mainly focusing on energy efficient wireless sensor networks that are multi-sensory in their composition, heterogeneous in their networking, either mobile or integrated in the environment e.g. from single sensors to thousands or millions of sensors collecting information about the environment, a person or an object. This framework will be able to supply ambient intelligent systems with information in a transparent way hiding underlying technologies thus enabling simple integration.' Rome University and Padova University groups, under CFR, and Siemens Italy are the italian partners in this IP.
2004-2006: IST Cooperative Action Embedded WiSeNts Cooperating Embedded Systems for Exploration and Control featuring Wireless Sensor Networks). 'The project aims at creating an european community on cooperating objects'. Involves CINI Labs Rome, Un. of Padova, Cambridge University, Un. of Copenaghen, Un. of Stuttgard, Technical Un. of Berlin, SICS, Yeditepe Un., INRIA, AICIA, Un. of Twente, ETH Zurig.
2002-2004: FIRB Virtual Immersive COMmunications (VICOM) Partners: CNIT, CNR, Politecnico di Milano, ISCTI, Telecom Italia. 'The aim of the Virtual Immersive Communications (VICOM) project is to study and develop techniques, protocols and applications for the Virtual Immersive Telepresence (VIT)'. Rome University activities focus mostly on personal area networks and sensor networks.