Contact Info

DIET Dept.
School of Engineering
University of Rome La Sapienza
Via Eudossiana, 18
00184 - Rome, Italy
Phone: +390644585479
VoIP: +3906916501373
Fax: +390644585632
luca.denardis@uniroma1.it

Luca De Nardis
Ph.D.

Short Biography

Luca De Nardis received both his Laurea degree and his Ph.D. from Sapienza University of Rome in 2001 and 2005, respectively. Since December 2008 he is an Assistant Professor at the DIET Department of Sapienza University of Rome. In 2006 he was a visiting scholar at the EECS Department at the University of California at Berkeley. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the same institution until April 2007.

Luca De Nardis authored or co-authored over 100 publications in international peer-reviewed journals and conferences. He is currently an Editor for the Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering and for Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, both published by Hindawi Publishing Corporation. He is also an editor for Sensors, published by MDPI.
He is a reviewer for several international Journals and Transactions published by IEEE, ACM and EURASIP, and served as member of Technical Program Committee of over 40 international IEEE conferences. Since 2002, he has been participating in European IST projects focusing on Ultra Wide Band communication systems and later on Cognitive Radio.

In January 2010 he was nominated by Italian Ministry of University as one of the two representatives for Italy in the COST Action IC0905 (2010 - 2014). He was also recently involved in scientific and management activities of COST Action IC0902 (2009-2013), aiming at the creation of a European platform for cognitive radios and networks, and in the FP7 EU-funded ACROPOLIS Network of Excellence (2010-2013). His research interests focus on UWB radio technology, Medium Access Control, routing and positioning protocols for wireless networks, and on the design of cognitive wireless networks, as well as on indoor positioning techniques. He is an IEEE member since 1998.

An extended cv including publications is available as a pdf.

Last updated: October 12th, 2018 by Luca De Nardis