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Prof. Alessandro NERI

Engineering Dept.
University of "Roma TRE"
via Vito Volterra, 62
00146 Rome - Italy
Ph.: +39.06.57337017
fax: +39.06.57337026
e-mail: neri@uniroma3.it

Personal informations

Alessandro Neri is full professor in Telecommunications at the Engineering Department of the University "Roma Tre" of Rome, Italy.
He was born in Viterbo in 1954. In 1977 he received the Doctoral Degree cum laude in Electronic Engineering from the University of Rome "La Sapienza".
In 1978 he joined the Research and Development Department of Contraves Italiana S.p.A. where he gained a specific expertise in the field of radar signal processing and in applied detection and estimation theory, becoming the chief of the advanced systems group.
In 1987 he joined the INFOCOM Department of the University of Rome "La Sapienza" as Associate Professor in Signal and Information Theory at the Engineering Faculty. In November 1992 he joined the Electronic Engineering Department of the University of Roma TRE as Associate Professor in Electrical Communications, and became full professor in Telecommunications in semptember 2001 (in 2012 the Electronic Engineering Department and the other Engineering Departments of Roma Tre merged into the Engineering Department).
Prof. Neri is also member of the board of the Doctoral School on Electronic Engineering of the University of Roma TRE.
Since December 2008, prof. Neri is the President of the RadioLabs Consortium (Consorzio Università Industria - Laboratori di Radiocomunicazioni), a not-for-profit Research Center created in 2001 to promote tight cooperation on applied research programs between universities and industries, and currently linking the University of Rome "Tor Vergata", the University of Roma Tre, The University of Aquila, Ansaldo STS and Hitachi Systems CBT.
He is currently teaching Digital Communications, Information Theory, and Navigation and Localization Systems, at the Engineering Department of Roma Tre.
His research activity has mainly been focused on Information Theory, Detection and Estimation Theory, Digital Signal Processing, and Image Processing and their applications to both telecommunications systems, navigation, and remote sensing including

  • Navigation and Localization Systems
  • Mobile communications ( 4G, 5G, Public Protection and Disater Relief Networks)
  • Internet of Things
  • Communications Security
  • Machine intelligence
  • Multimedia
He is author of more than 300 publications (scopus h index: 20, Scopus Citation index: 1830, Google Scholar h index: 29, Google Scholar citation index: 3690, id ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0002-5911-9490).
Since 2004 he is also Professor, by courtesy, at "Scuola Superiore di Specializzazione in Telecomunicazioni", a Post Master Degree School in Telecommunications of The Ministry of Economic Development.
From 2006 to 2008 he was Professor, by courtesy, of "Economics and Management of Communication Technologies", at the Business School of the LUISS University, Rome (Laurea Magistralis curriculum). Since 2008 to 2010 he was Professor, by courtesy, of "Economics and Management of Communication Technologies", of the Master in Business Administration at the Business School of the LUISS University, Rome.
Since 1992, he is responsible for coordination and management of research and teaching activities in the Telecommunication fields at the University of Roma TRE, currently leading the COMLAB - Digital Signal Processing, Multimedia and Optical Communications Laboratory.
He is a member of IEEE and of the Institute of Navigation (ION).

 

 


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