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DirectorProf. Gaetano Marrocco
         SPIN-OFF     RADIO6ENSE

In Evidence

Best Paper
Award 

8th Annual IEEE International Conference on RFID Technology and Applications

Warsaw, Poland, 20-22 September 2017




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Doctoral dissertations

Wireless and Battery-less Biointegrated Sensors for Bodycentric IoT
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Sara Amendola


Best Paper
Award Finalist

11th IEEE International Conference on
RFID
2017

Phoenix, Az

9-11 May 2017




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Best Oral Presentation
Award

Body Sensor Networks 2017
Eindhoven
(The Netherlands)

9-12 May 2017




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Best Student Paper Award

11th European Conference on
Antennas and Propagation
Paris (France)

19-24 March 2017



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Movement Detection of Human Body Segments


IEEE Antennas  & Propagation Magazine


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RFID & IoT: a Synergic Pair

IEEE RFID Virtual Journal


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The Epidermal Thermal Sensor

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Video



Talk with
your limbs !


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Talk with Buildings

Battery-less temperature sensors


Electromagnetics for SMART SPACES

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The positive interaction of the classic Electromagnetics with the Materials Science, Computer Science,  Sensors, Medicine, Mechanics and Electronics may originate the
  Pervasive Electromagnetics, a cross-discipline with the potentiality to provide the physical layer of the emerging Internet of Things that enables the Internet to get into the Real World of physical objects.Things equipped with electronic labels, having both identification and sensing capability, could be turned into digital entities readable from remote.

The Radiofrequency Identification (RFID) technology offers the natural substrate to achieve such features, provided that the basic physics governing the sensing and electromagnetic interaction phenomena is fully exploited.
    Thanks to multidisciplinary research,  the Pervasive Electromagnetics Lab aims to develop new radio devices for short-range sensing, ready to be seamlessly embedded into objects, plants, buildings as well as over and even inside the human body with application to Smart City, Precise Agriculture, and e-Health.  Some concepts of distributed antennas have been also applied to Space Satellites with the purpose to develop installation-friendly and reconfigurable systems.

RADIO6ENSE is the University spinoff of the Pervasive Electromagnetics Lab.





   RESEARCH




                                     RFIDrone:UAVs with RFID technologies






The combined use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and Radiofrequency Identification (RFID) devices is an emerging topic of the environmental monitoring. We are studying two possible topologies of RFIDrones: the Reader-Drone hosting an RFID reader and interacting with fixed sensors displaced over an infrastructure and the Tag-Drone where a sensor-RFID tag is equipped with flight capability and interacts with a fixed base station for data exchange and assisted localization.

 
RADIO-SKIN


Skin-mounted electronics is the new frontier for unobtrusive body-centric monitoring systems. It enables to move the electronics and sensors from clothes and personal accessories directly to the human skin for the wireless and continuous assessment of people’s health and well-being.

  Wearable, Epidermal and Implantable radio-sensors

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This research is expected to produce one of the key technologies to enable the personal E-Health of tomorrow, wherein the person, through his own smartphone, will become the primary hub of data collection about his own body.
 


            Short-range passive sensing of chemical-physical parameters


We are making progress in the development of chemical-loaded antennas embedding carbon nanotubes and conductive polymers with the aim to remotely detect the presence and the amount of some gas such as ammonia, humidity and ethanol.



            Embedded radio-sensors for structural deformations


Thanks to a collaboration with Civil Engineering researchers we are developing strain-gauge like RFID tags useful to be embedded into or over concrete walls, pillars or a around a crack to remotely sense the Health of a Structure. Electromagnetic effort is oriented to govern and shape the antenna backscattering in presence of time-dependent boundary conditions.




            RFID Networks and Multi-chip systems


Very recently some experiments put into evidence the possibility to set up a tag to tag communication by exploiting the electromagnetic coupling mechanism among antennas. Theoretical and experimental investigations are under development to understand how fabricate grids of interacting RFID tags according to the paradigm of ubiquitous computing.
 



            Distributed antenna system over naval and satellite platforms


The concept of distributed antennas is also being applied to the new paradigm of Satellite communication systems. In collaboration with the European Space Agency we are developing simple-shape plug and play antennas provided with tuning capability and suited to be allocated into clusters of any configuration to produce omnidirectional as well directive and tracking patterns.


In Evidence
   
Introducing

mindmap
The last meters of Internet of Things




New Advance in the Internet of Things
  our chapter in the new book





Wearable and Flexible Antennas
  our chapter in the new book




Pervasive Em

Magazine



IEEE RFID Virtual Journal




RFID Papers on IEEE



Internet of Things
Landscape

mindmap


Internet of Things
IOT




One Thing at Time..
mindmap



See and Ear Waves


Sensing the World by RFID


The STENTag


Bodycentric RFIDs System


NIGHTcare



The first RFID passive System for Sleep Monitoring





   COURSES





Tecnologie Elettromagnetiche per Sistemi Wireless

(Electromagnetic Technology for Wireless Systems)





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Radio Sistemi Medicali


(Medical Radio Systems)







Progettazione Avanzata
di Antenne


(Advanced Antenna Design)





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Gaetano Marrocco 2012,  copy but cite