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I am Research and Technology Associate at Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST, ITIS department). My research interests focus on sensor networks and can be decomposed into three complementary topics: intelligent transportation, sensing and distributed systems

 

Recent publications (full list)

 

Research

MAMBA: A Platform for Personalised Multimodal Trip Planning

In recent years, multimodal transportation has become a challenging approach to route planning. Most existing planning systems usually rely on data sourced from different organisations, enabling the user to select a limited number of routing strategies. As part of the MAMBA project, developed in Luxembourg until 2017, we have been interested in the potential benefits […]

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Characterizing Driving Behaviors Through a Car Simulation Platform

Human mobility has opened up to many themes in recent years. Human behavior and how a driver might react to certain situations, whether dangerous (e.g. an accident) or simply part of the evolution of new technologies (e.g. autonomous driving), leaves many avenues to be explored. Although experiments have been deployed in real situations, it remains […]

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An Open Dataset for Human Activity Analysis using Smart Devices

The study of human mobility and activities has opened up to an incredible number of studies in the past, most of which included the use of sensors distributed on the body of the subject. More recently, the use of smart devices has been particularly relevant because they are already everywhere and they come with accurate […]

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Characterizing Driving Environments Through Bluetooth Discovery

Within the world of wireless technologies, Bluetooth has recently been at the forefront of innovation. It is becoming increasingly relevant for vehicles to become aware of their surroundings. Therefore, having knowledge of nearby Bluetooth devices, both inside and outside other vehicles, can provide the listening vehicles with enough data to learn about their environment. In […]

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Characterizing User Mobility Using Mobile Sensing Systems

Recent technological advances and the ever-greater developments in sensing and computing continue to provide new ways of understanding our daily mobility. Smart devices such as smartphones or smartwatches can, for instance, provide an enhanced user experience based on different sets of built-in sensors that follow every user action and identify its environment. Monitoring solutions such […]

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