Luigi Atzori is an associate professor of Telecommunications at the University of Cagliari where he coordinates the activities of the MCLab laboratory (mclab.diee.unica.it). His research concerns the technologies for the creation of the Internet of Things, with more than 150 publications in international journals and conferences and over 12,000 citations. The main topic of his research activity are Smart Cities, focused on issues related to the mobility of people: monitoring of the status of transport services, info-mobility, solutions for intermodal transport.
Italo Meloni is lecturer in Transportation Planning at the University of Cagliari, and director of the Mobility Models Research Centre (CRiMM). He has carried out an intense scientific, didactic and professional activity in the transport sector, especially in the field of planning, programming, evaluation and management of transport systems, during which he coordinated numerous research and projects at international and national level. He has carried out scientific coordination activities in research, studies and plans for the University and other institutions.
Eleonora Sottile was born in Cagliari in 1984. She graduated in Civil Transportation Engineering at the University of Cagliari, and in 2015 she finished her Ph.D. in Land Engineering at the same University. She is currently a research assistant at the Research Centre for Mobility Models (CRiMM) of the University of Cagliari. Her research activity is mainly focused on the analysis and simulation of the travel demand, in particular, through the use of discrete hybrid choice models.
Giovanni Tuveri is a Civil Engineer specialised in the field of Transportation. In February 2017 he got a master's degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Cagliari with the thesis entitled "A mathematical model for the optimization of the offer in an air transport network: an application to the Cagliari-Elmas airport". From the month of June 2017 he collaborates with the CIREM inter-university research centre in Cagliari, working on several projects related to transport engineering, including some studies on the Sardinian territorial continuity of the area and research in the field of sustainable mobility. From May 2018 he collaborates on the SIMPLE project.
Matteo Gravellu is a Civil Engineer specialised in the field of Transportation. In September 2018 he obtained a master's degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Cagliari with the thesis "Analysis and updating of the traffic model of the Cagliari Area through means of transport indicators and traffic analysis". During the studies and the preparation of the thesis he improved is experience with the CUBE Citilabs simulation software. From November 2018 he collaborates with the CIREM inter-university research centre of Cagliari for the SIMPLE project.
Michela Pia is Digital Strategist specialised in Copywriting and Social Media Marketing and always attentive to the news of the web marketing world. After graduating in Philosophy with a thesis in Contemporary History, she got a Master in Marketing and Communication at the IED and completed a course at the Ninja Academy in Digital Strategy and Web Marketing. Founder in Sardinia of the Girl Geek Dinners Cagliari format. She actually holds a research grant at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the University of Cagliari.
Lucia Pintor is a young programmer born in Cagliari. She studied at the University of Cagliari obtaining a Bachelor's Degree in Electronic Engineering and a Master's Degree in Telecommunications Engineering. During her studies she spent a six month Erasmus experience in Poland. She actually works in the SIMPLE project dealing with issues related to ICT. Previously she worked as a tutor for some university courses. Lucia has a good knowledge of C, C ++, PHP, Java and Python programming languages and, both for her own curiosity and for working on innovative solutions, she is starting to work on Android devices.
Marco Garau is passionate about computer systems and programming languages, he graduated in Electronic Engineering at the end of 2015 with the thesis entitled "EEG Signal Processing for Personal Identification" which become the basis of his first publication entitled "Experimental results on Multi-modal Fusion of EEG-based personal verification algorithms" (IAPR ICB June 2016) with the Biometrics laboratory of the DIEE of Cagliari, with which it collaborated until 2018. Recently he worked as tutor of two courses in Computer Science (Software Engineering and C Basic and Advanced Language) and traineed at the Radio Section of Civil Protection in the "Project for the realization of a system of DMR Radiocommunication for the Civil Protection of the Sardinia Region” (feasibility study and coverage of the new TIER III DMR system). He is currently attending a master in Telecommunications Engineering and collaborating in the SIMPLE Project.
Daniele Calli was born in Cagliari on 27/08/1991. He got a Master's Degree in Civil Transportation Engineering at the University of Cagliari in 2017. Later in the same year he obtained the qualification to practice as a Civil Engineer. From September 2017 to March 2018 he held a period of collaboration at the Inter-university Centre for Economic Research and Mobility (CIREM) taking part in several projects in the field of transport engineering. He participated in the SIMPLE project from May 2018 until end of September of the same year.