PhD Research Student
I graduated in Electronic Engineering in 2014 at University of Rome “Tor Vergata” with a thesis about the development of a telemetry system for a racecar. After a brief parenthesis in which I worked as a consultant in a Test Engineering team for Capgemini I took an MSc in Embedded System at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh for which I received a Distinction grade in 2016 with a dissertation regarding the use of battery management systems on mobile autonomous robotic applications.
I have a solid and wide knowledge in Electronics with a particular attention to digital systems. I had the chance to study and learn the basic of Control Theory and its application with bio-inspired solutions such as Neural Networks. I have a very good knowledge of Embedded System both in their hardware and software applications. I enjoy programming particularly oriented to hardware. My previous experience brought me to have a good knowledge with automotive technologies and solutions.
My PhD is about the development of a new generation eBike. It involves the design of a vehicle that aims to achieve a new level in terms of interaction and understanding of the user demands and needs. This project will cover a wide range of subjects from machine learning to smart cities integration, from pure mechanics to control theory. What we hope to realise is not just a bike that will help you commute from A to B but a device that can bring you a step into the future.