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=== current RESEARCH Activities - Open positions available for candidates to Ph.D ===
=== current RESEARCH Activities - Open positions available for candidates to Ph.D ===
TOPIC: Security Professional Communications (SPC) System
'''TOPIC: Security Professional Communications (SPC) System'''
Netlab Research Group will investigate the evolutions of 4G/LTE for SPC systems.
Netlab Research Group will investigate the evolutions of 4G/LTE for SPC systems.

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Ph.D Electrical/Computer Engineering

Associate Professor of Telecommunications

IEEE, Senior Member

Email: maurizio.casoni@unimore.it


Office: (+39)-059-205-6167

Mobile: (+39)-335-7181820

Our Networking Laboratory


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Good Day

"Io non mi sento Italiano ma, per fortuna o purtroppo, lo sono" (Giorgio Gaber)

( I do not feel to be Italian but, luckily or unfortunately, I am)

IEEE 2017 Workshop on Emergency Networks for Public Protection and Disaster Relief - 4th edition

IEEE EN4PPDR Workshop within IEEE WiMob 2017, the 13th IEEE International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Computing, Networking and Communications, has been held in Rome (Italy) on October, 9th 2017.

Panel at IEEE DRCN 2016

My talk in the Panel Network Disaster Management and Recovery at IEEE International Conference on Design of Reliable Communication Networks (DRCN) on March, 16 2016.


Intervista a Radio 24 Smart City, la citta' intelligente, 23 Maggio 2013

La ricerca in ICT

Workshop: "Next Generation Public Safety and Critical Infrastructures"

within European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC 2015) sponsored by the European Commission

General Final Programme available here

current RESEARCH Activities - Open positions available for candidates to Ph.D

TOPIC: Security Professional Communications (SPC) System

Netlab Research Group will investigate the evolutions of 4G/LTE for SPC systems. Then it will focus on 5G technologies and, in particular, on SDN (Software-Defined Networking), a current trend in networking theory that is rooted in decoupling the transmission policies definition (i.e. control plane) from the transmissions actual execution (i.e. forwarding plane), to introduce software programmability for the former. The advantages of using SDN to realize such a network resource pooling are:

(i) The pool of resources can transparently operate behind the scenes.

(ii) No ad-hoc network protocol or complex distributed algorithm is required.

(iii) Different dispatching disciplines can be programmed via software, and they can react in real-time to network changes.

Also, we will focus on potential threats to LTE networks for SPC systems and will investigate, classify possible future threats in next 5G networks. Then we will develop the emulation environment that will employ the Mininet network emulator (especially pertinent for 5G technology and SDN) running on a native Ubuntu Linux installation (i.e. not on a virtual machine) where emulated OpenFlow-compatible switches using OpenvSwitch will be created and Floodlight will be used to write the controller.

Therefore, Open positions are available for candidates to Ph.D. at The International Doctorate School in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

Available Research Topics:

1) Performance analysis of SDN controllers

  • Activities plan:

- setup of several SDN controllers on PCs in the Lab (programming langauges python, java, C++, ...);

- setup of a benchmarking tool (e.g. cbench) and definition of metrics;

- performance evaluation.

2) Programming of an Application Aware SDN data-plane

  • Activities plan:

- study of the language P4;

- study of the simulation tool Mininet;

- implemenation of a virtual switch P4-compatible for packet analysis;

- definition of policies for traffic management.

3) Advanced Traffic Management System - Intelligent Transportation System

- Vehicular traffic analysis;

- real time traffic (from video cameras, sensors, ...) analysis;

- safety

- V2X communications

Past RESEARCH Activities

- Proposal Abstract

- UNIMORE research staff

- KO meeting April 29-30 2013 in Athens (Agenda)

- 1st General PPDR-TC Meeting in MODENA, October 22-23, 2013: the Agenda

- "Integration of Satellite and LTE for Disaster Recovery" published on IEEE Communications Magazine, March 2015.

- Video 1st Field Test at Schipol Airport Amsterdam - June 2014

- Project Presentation

- UNIMORE staff

- 7th General E-SPONDER Meeting in MODENA, February 7-9, 2012

- E-SPONDER at the Italian Networking Workshop 2014

- The QoE Evaluation Tool published on SIMPAT Elsevier Journal, March 2013.

- "On the Effectiveness of Linux Containers for Network Virtualization" published on SIMPAT Elsevier Journal, February 2013.

- Research group

- Latest IEEE/OSA journal paper, April 2014

- Latest IEEE Communications Letters, September 2014

- UNIMORE research activity: Study and development of a software router for emergency networks

- Partners

- Staff

- KO meeting November 14th 2011 in Turin

Optical Burst Switching: a tutorial by the European Network of Excellence e-Photon/One

The Modular OBS Simulator

"The Satcom contribution to Emergency applications" in ISI Newsletter No.8, 2011

  • Project Wideband Wireless Local Area Network with Alenia Spazio
  • Project MIUR FIRB TANGO (Algorithms and models for Traffic Engineering and Optimization in next generation IP networks)
  • Project MIUR ex-40% 2002 INTREPIDO (Traffic Engineering and Protection in IP over DWDM networks)

Proposte di Tesi (in Italian)

TEACHING Activities

Technologies of Network Infrastructures

Fundamentals of Telecommunications

Technologies of Network Infrastructures and Laboratory

Dottorati di Ingegneria a Modena - 12 Marzo 2015


Workshop PRIN 2009 SFINGI - Software routers to Improve Next-Generation Internet

Martedì 15 Ottobre 2013 – ore 9.00

Dipartimento di Ingegneria “Enzo Ferrari”

Workshop on VOICE OVER IP

My talk at VOICE OVER IP Seminar

Giornata di studio su INFRASTRUTTURE AVANZATE PER RETI AD ALTA VELOCITÀ (in Italian) - 5 Aprile 2006


Ferrari, the myth: nothing but the best

In alto stat VIRTUS

Office Address

Dept. of Engineering "Enzo Ferrari"

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

Via Pietro Vivarelli, 10/1 - 41125 - Modena - Italy

Building 26, floor 2, room 21