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Ing. Daniela Saladino


PhD Student

ICT Doctorate School

XXIII Cycle Electronics and Telecommunication

Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell'Informazione

Via Vignolese 905/b

41125 Modena, Italy


Tel: +39 059 2056323


Curriculum Vitae:

She is currently a Ph.D. student at Department of Information Engineering of University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy) and her expected graduation date is January 2011. Her research domain is: “Live video streaming in peer-to-peer systems”. She is currently focused on the definition of a mathematical model that captures the relationship between efficiency of a P2P live streaming system and the number of connected users. In particular, she is studying the effects of a sudden increase in the number of new peers on system efficiency. She received her master degree (summa cum laude) in computer engineering from the same University on December 12, 2006, discussing a thesis on “Digital Terrestrial Television: design and development of a T-Government application”.

She attended and presented the following papers into two national conferences:

- M. L. Merani, D. Saladino, M. Stracuzzi, “Network-Wide Quality in P2P Video Streaming Systems: Models and Measurements”, Italian Networking Workshop 2009 - Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, January 2009

- M. L. Merani, G. P. Leonardi, D. Saladino, “A Model to Capture the Effects of Peer Churning in P2P Streaming Systems”, GTTI (Associazione Gruppo Telecomunicazioni e Tecnologie dell’Informazione) 2009 - Parma, Italy, June 2009

She contributed to the following paper:

- M. L. Merani, G. P. Leonardi, D. Saladino, “Scalability and Peer Churning in IP-TV: an Analytical Insight”. Accepted for oral presentation at Globecom 2009, Honolulu, November/December 2009.

She also contributed to the writing of an accepted book chapter, whose title is “Live Video and IPTV”, coauthored by M. L. Merani and D. Saladino, within the book “Handbook of P2P Networking”, Springer.