Gianluigi Ferrari, Italian electrical engineer, consultant, communications educator. Achievements include research in introduced a unified view for finite memory detection; research in co-introduced a new bottom-up approach to the design of ad hoc wireless networks; research in wireless sensor networks.
Research associate Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, 2002—2004. Research professor University Parma, Italy, since 2002. Consultant Trellisware Technologies Inc., San Diego, 2001.
External consultant University Parma, Italy, 2002. Reviewer international conferences and journals, since 1998. Member of international technical program numerous organizations if field of electrical engineering, since 2004.
Presenter in field.
- Detection Algorithms for Wireless Communications: With Applications to Wired and Storage Systems
- Wireless channels are becoming more and more important, with the future development of wireless ad-hoc networks and the integration of mobile and satellite communications.
- Detection Algorithms for Wireless Communications: With Applications to Wired and Storage Systems by Ferrari, Gianluigi, Colavolpe, Giulio, Raheli, Riccardo (2004) Hardcover
Guide for foreign students Pitzer College, Claremont, California and University Parma, Italy, 1997—2002. Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (member technical program committee, Travel grant 1999, 2001, 2004), National Italian Inter-university Consortium for Telecommunications.
2002 - 2004