Research Interests

My research interests are in the area of wireless sensor networks and cyber-physical systems.

Currently, I'm involved in SURF (Service-centric network for Urban-scale Feedback system) project, investigating solutions for network-wide control and real-time communication in multi-hop low-power wireless networks.

During my PhD, I worked on solutions to support the principled design and deployment of WSNs by improving the understanding of how the natural ourdoor environment affects the network stack, and providing tools and modeling techniques to assess this impact.

Traces used in my reasearch work are from winter and summer in-field experimental campaigns performed on Mount Bondone, near Trento.
Physical layer traces were collected using TRIDENT, a tool developed in our group for the execution of communication tests without the need for a tethered infrastructure.


My team, SenseP (Tamil Selvan, Mohit Sethi, Adam Ticz), won the innovation competition during the CPS Summer School 2014, by developing an integrated solution to detect wet diapers and notify the nurses.

July-September 2004: DAAD Scholarship at University of Stuttgart, Institute of Parallel and Distributed Systems. Supervisor: Univ.-Prof.Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz.