Daniel Cesarini, Ph.D.

Short Bio

B.Sc. (2006) and M.Sc. (2010) in Computer Engineering, Ph.D. (2014) in Information Engineering from University of Pisa, Italy.

During the Ph.D. studies, under the supervision of Prof. Marco Avvenuti and Prof. Gigliola Vaglini, I focused on wireless sensor networks applied to human-motion tracking for real-time acoustic feedback (mainly related to sports) and on solar powered wireless systems for harsh environments.

I spent almost 2 years as a Post-Doc researcher at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, under the supervision of Prof. Giorgio Buttazzo and Dr. Mauro Marinoni, where I worked mainly on a wireless sensor system for human motor tele-rehabilitation.

My main reasearch and work interests are (networked) sensor embedded systems, human-computer interaction, and energy harvesting systems.

From 2015 to 2018 I worked as an Embedded Software Developer on future generation lighting systems based on the Internet of Things paradigms, at Tridonic GmbH, Dornbirn, Austria.

I am now managing a Team of Software Developers at ifm Prover GmbH, Germany. ifm Prover is a world leader for industrial fluidic sensors (pressure, flow, level, temperature).

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Last modified: 2019-07-26 by Daniel Cesarini