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6 DIETI Professors in the Top Electronics and Electrical Engineering Scientists in Italy

8th edition of top scientists ranking for Electronics and Electrical Engineering was published by Research.com, one of the major websites for Electronics and Electrical Engineering research offering credible data on scientific contributions since 2014.

The ranking contains h-index, publications and citations values collected on December 6th, 2021.

Congratulations to:

Stars in Computer Networking and Communications 2021 Award to Angela Sara Cacciapuoti

Angela Sara Cacciapuoti
, professor of Quantum Communications and Networks of the DIETI Department, won, one of the 13 awarded women from all over the world, the prestigious award conferred by the N2Women Association, a global association for researchers from all over the world in the field of communications and computer networks.

The prize was awarded to her for her research related to "understanding the challenges and technological advances necessary for the realization of a Quantum Internet".

The N2Women is supported by the IEEE Communications Society and industry partners such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft and HP.

The news also on the UNINA website and on the Napolitoday and Il Mattino website.

The PICUS group from DIETI wins the 'Liveness Detection in Action' challenge

The team composed by Domenico Mattiello, Michela Gravina and Antonio Galli, coordinated by Stefano Marrone, Ph.D., and directed by professor Carlo Sansone, members of the PICUS group of the DIETI @ University Federico II, won first place in the LivDet2021 challenge 'Liveness Detection in Action'.

Congratulations to the Colleagues of the DIETI Winners of the Start Cup Campania 2021


Congratulations to our Carlo Petrarca, Marco Balato for the HistoBi project and Fanny Ficuciello, Rocco Moccia, post Doc, and Avinash Kumar Singh, PhD ICTH student, for the PRISMA-I-Pro project for the result achieved in the Start Cup Campania 2021.

The HistoBI project, coordinated by Giovanni Balato, an innovative system for the chromatic mapping of tissues and/or infected materials, through the use of dyes, their mixtures and metal complexes obtained from them, in the form of solution, emulsion or spray. This ready-to-use dye system responds to the current need for fast and easy-to-use screening, while at the same time reducing the analysis costs incurred today. This project, in addition to having won the second prize, also had the "Special Contamination Prize" because the group is made up of two different universities, Federico II University and Parthenope University.

The PRISMA-I-Pro project, coordinated by Fanny Ficuciello, for prostheses for amputated limbs whose operation is simplified through the use of virtual reality simulation software that allows undertaking a training path in the use of the device itself to be carried out directly from home and having an assistance service available which allows learning the use of the robotic hand in a simple and fun way.

The winning projects of the Start up Campania 2021 have the right to participate in the National Innovation Award (PNI), a national competition in which all regional competitions collaborate.

For further information: http://www.startcupcampania.unina.it/

The news also in newspapers and on the UNINA website

https://www.ilmattino.it/in Tecnologia/news/innovation_and_imprese_i_vincitori_del_premio_startup_campania_2021-6286425.html


Mela d'Oro Award from the Marisa Bellisario Foundation to the student Roberta Ferriero

The student Roberta Ferriero, graduated in Management Engineering with a thesis in Operations Research at OPSLab of DIETI, was the winner of the Mela d'Oro Award of the Marisa Bellisario Foundation.

Roberta Ferriero carried out the thesis on "Problems and optimization models in Healthcare Management: the case study of the Evangelico Betania Hospital", within the framework of the memorandum of understanding between DIETI and the Evangelica Betania Foundation, within the Project DIETI Department of Excellence "ICT for Health".

The Award, born in 1989 in memory of Marisa Bellisario, annually rewards women who have distinguished themselves in the profession, in management, in the economy and in the social sector at national and international level.

For the newly graduated category, the Award is reserved for the most brilliant recent graduates with 110 cum laude in Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Management Engineering from over twenty universities. The selection by three large companies - Leonardo Company, Terna and Garofalo Healthcare - takes place on the basis of academic career and thesis work.

The 33rd edition of the Marisa Bellisario Prize will be held on July 1st at the Rai Studios in Rome and will be broadcast on Rai1 on July 17th, 2021. The participation of the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella and personalities from institutions, economics, communication and sport is expected.

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