Diego’s CS research blog

July 9, 2008

First post!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Diego @ 6:22 pm

Who am I?

My name is Diego Pizzocaro, I am originally from Italy but now I live in Cardiff, Wales (UK). I graduated (BSc) at University of Padova (Italy) in Information Engineering where I also got an MSc in Computer Engineering. Now I am a PhD Student in the School of Computer Science at Cardiff University (UK) where I am a member of the Knowledge and Information Systems (KIS) research group. My principal supervisor is Prof. Alun Preece and my co-supervisor is Dr. Roger M. Whitaker.

My research is focused primarily on resource allocation in heterogeneous wireless sensor networks while supporting different type of tasks (e.g. military missions, humanitarian missions, search-and-rescue, disaster response, etc).

And what about this blog?

In this blog I will sporadically post what I find interesting, relevant to my work, or more in general worth to mention to everybody in the research community.

I will do my best in trying to regularly post something (even if as a PhD student I tend not to have too much spare time). I am sure anyway that this blog could be useful also to me to keep vaguely track of my research.

Hope you find this interesting!


– Diego Pizzocaro


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