Two weeks left for submitting to IWMbD2017

The deadline for the submission of peer-reviewed papers to the Third International Workshop on Metamaterials-by-Design has been extended to September…

Ing. Ahmed won the "Student Competition Award" at QNDE-2017

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Ing. S. Ahmed won among all the applicants disciplines into "Student Competition…

IWMbD2017 Registration is Open!

The ELEDIA Research Center announces that the Registration to the "Third International Workshop on Metamaterials-by-Design" is open. The Workshop will…

IEEE-JMMCT Special Section on MbD

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce an upcoming Special Section of the IEEE Journal on Multiscale and Multiphysics…

R. J. Mailloux has joined ELEDIA

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Dr. R. J. Mailloux is member of the ELEDIA Teaching Staff.…

Objectives

One of the main objectives of the ELEDIA@USIL is to deepen the knowledge of smart self-adaptive wireless systems and to investigate their application to real-world problems.

A fundamental feature of smart monitoring systems is the ability to adapt at runtime according to the environmental changes, the resource variability, and the objectives redefinition. 

In this context, the Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies enable the system to interact with the application scenario and to evaluate the effects of the actuation.

The reconfiguration capability is provided by smart methodologies able to learn the complex relations among the measured parameters and to suggest new actions. Such methods are often based on machine learning techniques like Neural Network (NN), Support Vector Machine (SVM), Gaussian Process (GP).

Starting from the know-how in wireless monitoring technologies and smart methods, the ELEDIA@USIL is involved in the design, implementation, and performance assessment of hardware and software solutions applied to real-world scenarios such as Precision Agriculture and Landslide Monitoring