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PhD research activities

For the attainment of the doctorate the following people have developed research activity at L.E.S.I.M:

  • Leopoldo Angrisani, PhD in Electrical Engineering, University of Naples.

  • Rudo Iskovic, PhD at the Technical University of Kosice (SK).

  • Peter Keusch, PhD at the Technical University of Kosice (SK).

  • Lubomir Horniak, PhD at the Technical University of Kosice (SK).

  • Mihail Marinov, PhD in Computer Science, Applied Electromagnetics, and Telecommunications at University of Salerno.

  • Sergio Rapuano, Ph.D in Computer Science, Applied Electromagnetics, and Telecommunications at University of Salerno.

  • Andrea Aiello, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

  • Radek Prochazka, Ph.D in Computer Science at Czech Technical University in Prague.

  • Igor Chemisinec, Ph.D in Computer Science at Czech Technical University in Prague.

  • Gioacchino Truglia, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

  • Luca De Vito, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

  • Eulalia Balestrieri, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

  • Sorin Moisa, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

  • Laura Tomaciello, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

  • Francesco Zoino, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

  • Dragutin Cmuk,  Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio (Italo-Croato).

  • Doris Bao, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

  • Luigi Cocco, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio (Italo-Croato).

  • Marco Corrado, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

  • Maurizio Villanacci, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

  • Mariella Riccio, Ph.D in Computer Science at University of Sannio.

Last Updated on Friday, 15 June 2012 23:52  

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Luca De Vito, assistant professor of the Department of Engineering of the University of Sannio received from IEEE a $ 10,000 award for the proposal of a course on measurements for drones.


In Turin, during the 2017 International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, Luca De Vito, assistant professor of the Department of Engineering of the University of Sannio, received the Faculty Course Development Award (http://ieee-ims.org/awards/faculty-course-development-award) of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society.

The IEEE, which stands for Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (www.ieee.org), is the world greatest professional association in the field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

Within IEEE, the Instrumentation and Measurement Society (IMS) (www.ims.ieee.org) is dedicated to the development and use of electrical and electronic instruments and equipment to measure, monitor and/or record physical phenomena.

The IMS Faculty Course Development Award, consisting of a $ 10,000 grant was established to support and encourage faculty members to develop a new course or significantly revise an existing course with specific focus on Instrumentation and/or Measurement.

The awarded proposal describes the contents of a course titled “Drone for measurement and measurement for drone”, dedicated to the measurement technologies for the drone usage, to be delivered to the students of the PhD degree in Information technologies for Engineering.

 

Luca De Vito, ricercatore del Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Università del Sannio, riceve dalla IEEE un premio di $ 10000 per la proposta di un corso di misure sui droni.
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