My education and research profile spans over both ICT Engineering and Mathematics. I hold a Laurea (BSc+MSc) in Electronic Engineering, a BSc and MSc in Mathematics, and a PhD in Wireless Communications.
I have been doing research on Wireless Communications since 2003. After one year as Research Assistant at University of Ferrara, Italy, I did my PhD in Wireless Communications at Aalborg University, Denmark. After the PhD, I was Post-Doc for three years and a half (involved in both research and teaching) at Aalborg University.
Since 2011 I have been with the School of Engineering, Trinity College Dublin, where I am an Associate Professor affiliated with CONNECT, the National Research Centre for Future Networks and Communications.
My research and teaching are within the research areas of (1) AI and Machine Learning for Future Networks; (2) Autonomous and Self-Organising Networks; (3) Communications for Biology; (4) MAC Protocols and Radio Resource Management; (5) Signal Processing for Communications; (6) Quantum Communications and Networks.
Prof Nicola Marchetti