GENESI @ ACM SenSys 2013

GENESI team (Prof. Chiara Petrioli, Prof. Luca Benini, Dr. David Boyle) is part of the organizing committee of the 11th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (ACM SenSys 2013) which will be held in Rome, Italy, in November 2013. The conference hosts the first ACM International Workshop on Energy Neutral Sensing Systems. Prof. Davide Brunelli serves as co-chair.

GENESI will also be represented in the programme by two posters and one demo:

Poster Abstract: Improving Energy Predictions in EH-WSNs with Pro-Energy-VLT
Alessandro Cammarano, Chiara Petrioli, Dora Spenza

Poster Abstract: Structural Health Monitoring in an Underground Construction Site: The Roman Experience
Ugo Maria Colesanti, Antonio Lo Russo, Mario Paoli, Chiara Petrioli, Andrea Vitaletti

Demo Abstract: Introducing the MagoNode Platform
Ugo Maria Colesanti, Antonio Lo Russo, Mario Paoli, Chiara Petrioli, Andrea Vitaletti

GENESI @ ExpoTunnel 2013

GENESI and its in field results during the construction phase of Rome underground B1 line will be presented at ExpoTunnel 2013 (Bologna, October 2013), the underground technology exhibition

A. D’Arcangelo, M. Martino, G. Lunardi, C. Petrioli
GENESI-Green Sensor Networks for Structural Health Monitoring
Expotunnel 2013, Bologna, October 2013.

GENESI @ Hannover Messe

GENESI was presented at the Hannover Messe, the 23rd edition of the world's largest technology and industrial automation fair, which took place on 8-12 April 2013 in Hannover, Germany. Over 200.000 people attended the fair. During the five days exhibition, hardware and software platforms and techniques developed in the context of GENESI for wireless structural health monitoring were presented.

2nd GENESI Workshop 12th June 2012 Catania

On the 12th of June 2012 the second GENESI-workshop took place in Catania, on the Sicily Island in Italy. Programme, presentations and pictures are here available.

View here the programme, and clic on the numbers below to see the various presentations.

1. The GENESI project: challenges, objectives, and overview of results

Prof. Chiara Petrioli, University of Rome Sapienza

2. Novel Hardware for Longevous Wireless Structural Health Monitoring

Dr. David Boyle, University College Cork/Tyndall

3. Towards longevous wireless sensor networks operation

Prof. Chiara Petrioli, Dott. Ugo Colesanti, Dott. Dora Spenza, University of Rome Sapienza

4. Achievements in in-network data processing and reasoning

Prof. Paul Havinga, University of Twente

5a. 5b.5c. Achievements in deployments

Holger Wörsching, Solexperts AG

6. Formal Model-Driven Validation of Deployed Architectures with a Focus on Power Consumption

Prof. Kai Lampka, Assistant Professor in Embedded system University of Uppsala

7. Hybrid Monitoring Networks for Houses Energy Efficiency Optimization

Prof. Costantino Giaconia, Associate Professor Laboratorio di Elettronica dei Sistemi Digitali Programmabili, University of Palermo

8. Making in-network data processing decisions based on pragmatic value of information

Prof. Ladislau Bölöni, Associate Professor Dept. of EECS, University of Central Florida

9. Structural health monitoring systems: security and privacy issues

Prof. Roberto Di Pietro, Assistant Professor Computer Science at Dept. of Maths, Università di Roma Tre / Chair of Excellence at Universidad Carlos III Madrid

10. Wireless sensor networks for large scale environmental monitoring –integration and deployment in the field

Prof. Dr. Christof Hübner, Hochschule Mannheim Fakultät Elektrotechnik


Some impressions

Demo's.Posters and debate.Presentation of Prof. Dr. Christof Hübner, Hochschule Mannheim, here discussing with Prof. Chiara Petrioli, project-coordinator.



Treesse Engineering


1st GENESI WORKSHOP: Presentation of GENESI results and objectives to end users and relevant stakeholders

On the 11thof March 2011 a first workshop was organised, devoted to presentation of the project to end users and relevant stakeholders: a presentation of the overall project objective, of the use cases and associated requirements, of the architecture specification was given, followed by panels with attendees. The latter activity had the objective to challenge the assumptions and architectural choices, extend the possible use cases, reflecting the needs and opinions of a wide set of possible end users. Each attendee was required to provide a written feedback. Additional feedbacks were received by end users invited to the workshop which, despite being unable to attend the workshop in the specific date fixed which had been set, received the available project documentation, discussed with partner representatives, and provided a written feedback. Please find attached the programme, the presented project outline, and the questionnaire which you may fill out if you are an end-user and interested in contributing to achieving the project's goals.