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Dr Andrea Tassi

Dr Andrea Tassi

Dr Andrea Tassi

Senior Research Associate in Wireless Connectivity for Autonomous Vehicles

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Summary

I am a Senior Research Associate in Wireless Connectivity for Autonomous Vehicles at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the University of Bristol, UK.

I am also the principal system and data architect of car trials in the Innovate UK VENTURER and FLOURISH Projects, and developer of a novel open-source low-latency platform providing heterogeneous connectivity(ITS-G5, Cellular-V2X, mmWave) to Intelligent Transportation Systems. My platform is has been deployed the campus of the University of Bristol, and includes Software-Defined Network (SDN) programmable ITS-G5 DSRC road-side and on-board units. This platform makes possible all the look-ahead/cooperative sensing functionalities offered by the autonomous vehicles we are currently testing.

  • Lectured and Unit Leader in Lancaster and Bristol on the topics of Embedded Systems, Wireless Communications and Coding Theory
  • Author of 18 journal papers, 2 book chapters and 26 conference papers (2 IEEE Transactions journals published in 2017, 2 published in 2018 and 1 published in 2019)
  • Recipient of the IEEE Best Paper Award at the SigTelCom 2017 and of the IEEE Popularity Award at the IEEE VNC 2018. Member of the COST Action IC1104 'Random Network Coding and Designs over GF(q)'
  • Recipient of a joint grant from the Faculty of Science and the School of Mathematics of the University of Bristol and of several travel grants.

Biography

I am a Senior Research Associate in Wireless Connectivity for Autonomous Vehicles at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the University of Bristol, UK.

I am also the principal system and data architect of car trials in the Innovate UK VENTURER and FLOURISH Projects, and developer of a novel open-source low-latency platform providing heterogeneous connectivity(ITS-G5, Cellular-V2X, mmWave) to Intelligent Transportation Systems. My platform is has been deployed the campus of the University of Bristol, and includes Software-Defined Network (SDN) programmable ITS-G5 DSRC road-side and on-board units. This platform makes possible all the look-ahead/cooperative sensing functionalities offered by the autonomous vehicles we are currently testing.

  • Lectured and Unit Leader in Lancaster and Bristol on the topics of Embedded Systems, Wireless Communications and Coding Theory
  • Author of 18 journal papers, 2 book chapters and 26 conference papers (2 IEEE Transactions journals published in 2017, 2 published in 2018 and 1 published in 2019)
  • Recipient of the IEEE Best Paper Award at the SigTelCom 2017 and of the IEEE Popularity Award at the IEEE VNC 2018. Member of the COST Action IC1104 'Random Network Coding and Designs over GF(q)'
  • Recipient of a joint grant from the Faculty of Science and the School of Mathematics of the University of Bristol and of several travel grants.

Keywords

  • 5G tactile framework
  • Internet-of-Things (IoT)
  • Machine-to-Machine (MtM)
  • Energy efficient architectures
  • Scalable real-time communications
  • Resource allocation modeling
  • Multi-tier system design

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