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Dr. ANSELMI won the YOUNG SCIENTIST Award @ ACES-2018
The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Nicola ANSELMI has been awarded the "YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD" at…
Prof. Oliveri named Associate Editor of IEEE JMMCT
The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Prof. Giacomo Oliveri has been named Associate Editor of the IEEE Journal…
R. J. Mailloux has joined ELEDIA
The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Dr. R. J. Mailloux is member of the ELEDIA Teaching Staff.…

In January 2004 I received the 1st level degree in telecommunications engineering with the bachelor thesis "Study and implementation of an evolutive code swarm based for antenna systems real-time control". The project lies in applying a multi-agent evolutive optimizer algorithm (PSO) for antenna system controlling. Weight and phases of each array element are real-time changed due to maximize signal receipt and minimize interferences. The PSO behaviour has been compared with the one of other optimization algorithms, achieving good results.
In March 2006 I received the 2nd degree in telecommunications engineering with the bachelor thesis "Innovative approach for a multiband antenna realization with pre-fractal geometry for wireless communications". The project consists in developing a new operating methodology to generate multiband fractal antennas. The fractal employed is the Sierpinski Gasket, accordingly modified for a better antenna optimization. The optimization algorithm is still the PSO, which has been interfaced with an antenna simulation program. Simulations obtained bi-band and tri-band antennas with commercial reference frequencies. Results has been interesting, so that I continued the bachelor activity also after the degree realizing and testing in anechoic chamber the models obtained.
After a stage of 8 months I have been employed in FAR Systems, where I work on building Automation systems and Building Integrated Photovoltaic design.