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Francesco Gringoli

Telecommunication Networks group
University of Brescia
Dept. of Information Engineering
Office N.11, Via Branze 38
25123 Brescia, ITALY

Tel: +39-030-371-5843
Fax: +39-030-380-014
E-mail: francesco.gringoli@unibs.it

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Short biography (A)

I was born in Milan (Italy) on April 12th, 1974. I received the Laurea degree (BS, MS) in Telecommunication Engineering (summa cum laude) from the University of Padova (Italy) in 1998. In February 2002 I received the Ph.D. degree in Information Engineering from the University of Brescia, Italy. Since March 2005 I am a Permanent Resercher in Computer Networks at the University of Brescia.

My research interests include techniques and methods for the simulation of packet networks and the evaluation of their performances; development of QoS enabled algorithms for Medium Access Control in 802.11 networks; and statistical analysis of network traffic.

Thesis Proposals

2017/05/19: Stage

Italian company (SMI) located in Brescia area is looking for a talented student to bring in new skills regarding IoT - Cloud interaction. Goal of the stage is to find and deploy state-of-the-art transceivers in a micro-controller environment. If you are interested, please, contact me.

Recent Projects

Research projects

Please visit the NTW projects page for more on our current projects and results.

Recent publications


During winter semester I'm teaching Network Security and Networking courses. Follow the link on the left column to access teaching material.