Ing. Gianluca Massei

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Gianluca Massei
Qualifica: Responsabile di ricerca
Indirizzo:
CNIT - Laboratorio Nazionale di Comunicazioni Multimediali
Centri Comuni, Complesso Universitario di Monte S.Angelo    
Via Cinthia - 80126 Napoli
Tel: +39 81 676576
Cell: +39 348 8062788
Fax: +39 81 676989

E-mail:

gianluca.massei@cnit.it
Biografia

Gianluca Massei was born in Naples, Italy, on April 30th, 1977. He received the Laurea degree in Telecommunication Engineering (summa cum laude) from the University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy in 2003. Since 2003 he has been first Researcher and then Head of Research at National Laboratory for Multimedia Communications of the CNIT (National Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications), where currently he’s interested in wired/wireless telecommunications networks (Mesh and Ad Hoc networks, MAC and routing protocols, location algorithms and QoS strategies, interactive satellite systems and Performance Enhancing Proxy, Next Generation Networks and Software-Defined Networking), RFID technology, remote control of measurement instrumentation, and advanced e-learning systems.  His research activity is testified by several papers published by international journals and conferences.

From 2009 to 2014, he was also Contract Professor at the Faculty of Telecommunication Engineering of University of Naples Federico II, where he taught the course of “Telematics”.

Finally, about the review and editorial activity, he serves as referee for some public funding agencies, international journals and conferences.

Pubblicazioni
  • E.Cerciello, G.Massei, L.Paura (2014). Optimization of tag anti-collision algorithn for EPC Gen2 RFID. PROC. EURO MED TELCO CONFERENCE 2014, Naples (Italy), November 2014.
  • F.Marino, G.Massei, L.Paura (2013). Modeling and Performance Simulation of EPC Gen2 RFID on OPNET. PROC. IEEE MEASUREMENTS & NETWORKING 2013, Naples (Italy), October 2013.
  • F.Davoli, G.Massei, S.Zappatore (2012). Remote laboratory experiments in virtual immersive learning environments. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SCIENCES OF LEARNING. Seel, Norbert M. (Ed.) 2012, Springer.
  • L.Berruti, F.Davoli, G.Massei, A.Scarpiello, S.Zappatore (2008). Remote Laboratory Experiments in a Virtual Immersive Learning Environment. ADVANCES IN MULTIMEDIA, vol. 2008, Article ID 426981, 11 pages, doi:10.1155/2008/426981.
  • F. Davoli, G. Massei, A. Scarpiello, S. Zappatore (2007). The VIL (Virtual Immersive Learning) test-bed. PROC. IMMERSCOM 2007, Bussolengo, Italy, (invited paper).
  • L. Berruti, L. Caviglione, F. Davoli, G. Massei, M. Polizzi, S. Vignola, S. Zappatore (2007). Joining virtual immersive environments and instrumentation Grids for distance learning. PROC. IFIP WG 3.6., 3.4. and 3.8. Joint Working Conf. on Information Technology for Education and Training (iTET 2007), Prague, Czech Republic, pp. 16-28.
  • G.Ferraiuolo, G.Massei, L.Paura, A.Scarpiello (2006). NeBULa (Network-Based User-Location sensing system): a novel and open location sensing framework operating on a WLAN environment. In F. Davoli, S. Palazzo, S. Zappatore, Eds., Distributed Cooperative Laboratories: Networking, Instrumentation, and Measurements, Springer, New York, NY, pp. 511-526.
  • G.Massei, A.Vollono, A.Scarpiello (2006). The VIL (Virtual Immersive Learning) Test-Bed: an innovative approach to distance learning. In F. Davoli, S. Palazzo, S. Zappatore, Eds., Distributed Cooperative Laboratories: Networking, Instrumentation, and Measurements, Springer, New York, NY, 2006, pp. 527-544.
  • G.Massei, L.Paura, A.Scarpiello (2004). Packet Reservation Multiple Access with Hindering States Operating in TD/CDMA terrestrial Networks. PROC. WORLD WIRELESS CONGRESS 2004, San Francisco (USA), May 2004. 
  • G.Ferraiuolo, G.Massei, L.Paura, A.Scarpiello (2004). Access Control for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: An adaptive Distributed PRMA Scheme. PROC. WORLD WIRELESS CONGRESS 2004, San Francisco (USA), May 2004.
Progetti
As regards the activity of coordination and management of research projects:
  • from 2013 he is CNIT referent in MARTE projects (sponsored by Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research), to design end develop safety links for sea-land logistics;
  • from 2013 to 2015 he was referent in the training project of researchers in  services for a wireless network infrastructure beyond 3G (sponsored by Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research);
  • form 2013 to 2015 he was referent in the training project of specialists in the design and management of innovative systems for delivery of advanced Health-care services through mobile devices (sponsored by Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research);
  • from 2012 to 2014 he was referent in the training project of specialized personnel for the design of cognitive system for harbour naval traffic surveillance and control (sponsored by Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research);
  • from 2012 to 2015 he was CNIT principal investigator in the EMBEDDED project (sponsored by Campania Region), to develop embedded systems in critical domains;
  • from 2011 he is engaged with the CNIT Research Unit of Naples in the HABITAT project (sponsored by Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research), to develop, test and validate an integrated system in order to control and support maritime navigation in the last mile;
  • from 2011 to 2014 he was CNIT principal investigator in the GRECO project (sponsored by Italian Ministry of Economic Development) to build up a complete and innovative system to support national and international on-line sales for both end consumers and intermediaries;
  • from 2008 to 2010 he was CNIT referent in the RECOM project (sponsored by Campania Region), to monitor continuously the health of patients at home through the integration of the emerging RFID technology with hardware monitoring devices and wireless telecommunications networks;
  • from 2007 to 2008 he was local CNIT referent in the TSSMN project (sponsored by Selex Communications) to develop and analyze a PEP (Performance Enhancing Proxy) solution to improve the throughput of TCP connections over DVB-RCS satellite systems;
  • from 2005 to 2008 he was engaged with the CNIT Research Unit of Naples in the IKNOS project (sponsored by Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research), to develop appropriate tools and techniques to provide Quality of Service in Next Generation Networks;
  • from 2004 to 2007 he was engaged with the CNIT Research Unit of Naples in the AIBER project (sponsored by Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research), to develop a distributed platform of information and services for multi-channel integrated access to the cultural heritage of the Campania region;
  • from 2004 to 2007 he was engaged with the CNIT Research Unit of Naples in the GRIDCC project (sponsored by European Union), to develop a collaborative distributed laboratory, whose instrumentation could be accessed and controlled via web-services over a standard grid middleware; 
  • from 2002 to 2006 he was local CNIT referent in the VICOM project (sponsored by Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research), to realize an immersive e-learning system based on virtual reality technologies, scene analysis systems and remote control of real instrumentation.
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