Research activities

researches Prof. Granelli

This page provides an overview of the major research lines and projects of Prof. Granelli’s group.
Research activities are focused on Future Networks, including 5G and SDN, Cognitive Networks and ICT for Green.

Relevant Projects

DAVOSS

Border surveillance has started to play a major role in domestic and foreign policy issues with the increasing number of terrorist attacks and the increasing mass illegal migration. Therefore, enhanced ...

GREENET

GREENET is a Marie-Curie Initial Training Network focused on cognitive and cooperation paradigms for achieving reduction of the power consumption in wireless networks. University of Trento is one ...

POWER METERING: ENERGINO

Related to this project, we developed an open hardware / open software solution for low cost power consumption measurement jointly with the CREATE-NET research center. The platform is called Energino. ...

WOMEN

The WOMEN project aim to design, implement and test a mobile and self-organizing wireless mesh network architecture and related protocols, required to support multimedia Internet services to users ...

MOTUS

The project was developed within the framework of the “Industria 2015” project call of the Italian Ministry for Economic Development, to provide services to tourists and other mobile clients. ...

Research Topics

Green Mobile Access Networks and 5G

The major market growth area is mobile networking. From an already impressive 7 billion mobile connections and 1.6 billion mobile broadband subscriptions, the annual growth rate for mobile broadband ...

SDN

Software Defined Networks (SDN) is currently being developed to improve utilization and flexibility of the network investments. This is achieved by decoupling network logic and policies from the hardware. ...

Cognitive Networks

The need to enable flexible adaptation to the changing requirements of the users and their services is focusing research efforts in the field of cognitive networking. The major concept behind such ...

GreenICT and ICT4Green

ICT accounts for 2-3% of the overall carbon emissions of humanity, therefore specific attention should be centered on how to make ICT sustainable for the environment. At the same time, ICT can provide ...