Antonello Florio

Department of Electrical and Information Engineering
Politecnico di Bari - Via Orabona, 4 - 70126 Bari (Italy)
Phone: +39 0805963854
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Antonello Florio was born in Bari in 1995. On November 2017 he received the BSc in Computer and Automation Engineering with honors from Politecnico di Bari (specialized in Informative Systems). On October 2019 he received the MSc in Telecommunications Engineering with honors from Politecnico di Bari. During his Master's degree, he took part to a Double Degree program with University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis where he achieved the Master de Recherche in Ubiquitous networking and computing (Ubinet). He also collaborated with the DIANA team at INRIA Sophia-Antipolis for his projet de fin d'étude (PFE) entitled "Beamforming for LoRa Low Power Wide Area Network". He's currently a Ph.D. student at Electronics for Telecommunications laboratory. 

His main research interests are:

  • Phased antenna arrays
  • Theories and techniques for Localization
  • Green Wireless Sensor Networks

PhD investigation topicAnalysis and development of power consumption optimization techniques for the Rx-Tx section of future mobile devices

Editorial Activities:

  • Track co-Chair - "Digital Circuits and Systems IV" - The 2020 IEEE Asia Pacific Conference on Circuits and Systems (APCCAS2020)
  • Guest Editor of the Special Issue "Theory and Techniques for the Deployment of Future Wireless Sensor Networks in 5G and beyond" - MDPI Sensors (submit)
  • Special Session Chair "Post-pandemic horizons for Internet of Medical Things: networking, security and systems design perspective on the future of Body Sensor Networks" - 11th World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies (WICT 2021) (more info)
  • Program Committee Member - 11th World Congress on Information and Communication Technologies (WICT 2021)

Awards:

  • Cadence Best Paper Award @ 2021 IEEE 18th International Conference on SoC (ISOCC 2021) with "A Linear Array Mutual Coupling Compensation Technique for Angle of Arrival Estimation" by A.Florio and G. Avitabile

Office Hours (for students):

  • Wed 17.00-18.00  --  Fri 17:00-18.00
  • It is possible to fix an appointment via e-mail, MS Teams or MS Bookings (experimental)
  • According to the new arrangements, in presence meetings are guaranteed only for those who own a valid EU Digital COVID Certificate.