Andrea Fumagalli is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and head of the Telecommunications Engineering Program. He also serves as the Director of the OpNeAR (Open Networking Advanced Research) Lab. His research interests include:
- All-Optical Network Architectures and Protocols
- Photonic Slot Routing
- Wavelength Routing and Protection Switching
- Network Optimization and Planning
- Optical Networks in support of Next Generation Internet (NGI)
- Multi-hop, Multi-rate Optical Networks
- Optical and High Speed Network Simulators
- Performance Analysis of Computer Networks
- Sensor Networks
- Cooperative Wireless Networks
- Dynamic Allocation and Rapid Provisioning of Bandwidth
- Testing by means of Networking Live Equipment
- VoIP and Convergent Network in Telecommunications
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This paper describes an industrial robotics application, named Gilbreth, for picking up objects of different types from a moving conveyor belt and sorting the objects into bins according to type. The environment, which ...
Application-Triggered Automatic Distributed Cloud/Network Resource Coordination by Optically Networked Inter/Intra Data Center Everything is being connected to the Cloud and Internet of Things, and network robots with big data analy- sis are creating important applications and services. The cloud network architecture is moving towards mega-cloud ...
Digital subcarrier multiplexing (DSCM) is a frequency division multiplexing (FDM) technique which makes use of multiple digitally created subcarriers on each wavelength. This circuit-based approach combined with elastic ...