Roberto Fronteddu started working at IHMC in 2016 first as an intern and then as a Research Associate. He received his M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Information Technology and Automation Engineering from the University of Ferrara, Italy, where he is also pursuing a PhD in Computer Science.
Fronteddu is currently part of Dr. Niranjan Suri‘s NOMADS research group, and he is exploring the application of different technologies and algorithms to Difficult Computer Networks.
Some of the current focus areas include:
- Network Monitoring and software adaptation supported by machine learning;
- Algorithms for the efficient distribution of information in constrained environments;
- Alternative ways of providing security in distributed environments;
- Data Mining from partial information;
- Social Engineering;
- Video Streaming;