I'm a PhD candidate at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna - Pisa (Italy).
I achieved the Bachelor Degree in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Pisa in February 2013.
In July 2016 I achieved the Master Degree in Robotic and Automation Engineering at the University of Pisa.
In October 2016 I joined the ReTiS Lab, working with the group of Prof. Marco Di Natale.
My research merges both Control Engineering and Real-Time Systems. The main focus is the analysis, optimal design and integration of discrete-time embedded controllers, taking into account both real-time constraints and system performance.
In particular, I'm working on:
- Control-scheduling co-design and optimization
- Analysis of Cyber-Physical Systems with Real-Time constraints
- Modeling and co-simulation of engine control systems
- Design and optimization on multicore architectures
Our paper "Predictable Memory-CPU Co-Scheduling with Support for Latency-sensitive Tasks" (Daniel Casini, Paolo Pazzaglia, Alessandro Biondi, Marco Di Natale, and Giorgio Buttazzo) has been accepted for publication at DAC 2020.