Giuseppe Bianchi has been Full Professor of Telecommunications at the
School of Engineering of the University of Roma Tor Vergata since
He received a specialization degree in information technology from the
CEFRIEL research center of Milano in 1990, and the Laurea degree from
Politecnico di Milano in March 1991. Before his current appointment, he
has been research consultant for CEFRIEL (1991-1993), assistant
professor at the Politecnico di Milano (1994-1998), Associate Professor
at the University of Palermo (1998-2003) and Associate Professor at the
University of Roma Tor Vergata (2003-2007). He spent 1992 as visitor
researcher at the Washington University of St. Louis, Missouri, USA, and
1997 as visitor researcher at the Columbia University of New York.
He has been the Co-ordinator of the PhD studies in “Telecommunications and Microelectronic Engineering” since November 2008.
His research activity (published on about 100 papers in peer-refereed
international journals and conferences) spans several areas, among
which: design and performance evaluation of broadband networks; multiple
access and mobility management in wrieless local area networks; Quality
of Service support in IP; adaptive QoS support; multimedia information
retrieval services; programmable networks. His analytical models
proposed in 1998-2000 concerning the performance analysis of 802.11 WLAN
networks are well known in the research community.
G. Bianchi has been involved in management activities for serveral
international and national research projects: european coordinator for
the IST-DISCREET project (2005-2008), national coordinator for the
european project ITEA-POLLENS (2001-2003), national coordinator for the
PRIN-TWELVE project (2005-2006), collaborator to the coordination
activities for the european projects IST-FIFTH (2002-2003) and
IST-ICEBERGS (2002-2003); responsible of a sub-contract within the
project IST-SUITED (2000-2002); scientific coordinator for the research
unit Palermo within the project PRIN RAMON (2001-2002); scientific
coordinator for the research unit Palermo in the recent FIRB projects
TANGO (2002-2004), PRIMO (2002-2005) and VICOM (2002-2005).
He served as Technical Program Committee member and as referee for
several international IEEE/ACM journals and conferences. He has been
co-organizer of the first Wireless Mobile Internet 2001 workshop,
sponsored by ACM, of the first and second WMASH workshop (2003 and
2004), sponsored by ACM, and of the third QoS-IP 2005 conference,
sponsored by IEEE. He's currently in the steering committee for the ACM
WMASH workshop (now in its fourth edition).