Antonio Cianfrani

Antonio Cianfrani received the "Laurea" degree, magna cum laude, in Telecommunications Engineering in 2004 and the Ph.D degree in Information and Communication Engineering in 2008 from University of Rome "La Sapienza". Since Dicember 2012 he has been an assistant professor at the Department of Information, Electronic and Telecommunications engineering (DIET) of University of Rome “La Sapienza”.

Antonio was involved in many European and Italian research projects: BORA-BORA (Building Open Router Architectures-Based On Router Aggregation), BONE (Building the future Optical Network in Europe), EFFICIENT (Energy eFFIcient teChnologIEs for the Networks of Tomorrow),  STRONGEST (Scalable, Tunable and Resilient Optical Networks Guaranteeing Extremely-high Speed Transport), TREND (Towards Real Energy-efficient Network Design) and ECONET (low Energy COnsumption NETworks). From March 2012 he is the University of Rome coordinator of the GreenNet (Greening the Network) project funded by the Italian Ministry of Research and Education under the FIRB "Futuro in Ricerca" program.

He has co-authored several papers in international journals and conference proceedings (among others, IEEE Network, IEEE Transaction on Network and Service Management, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, IEEE Infocom). He also received the best paper award in “networking area” at GTTI 2007 Italian conference. Antonio served on technical program committees of IEEE/ACM GreenComm, IEEE CloudNet, IEEE WiMob, IFIP NTMS and FCST.

His main research interests include green networking, IP routing protocols, Software Routers, and optical networks.