Stefania Bartoletti

Marconi Young Scholar Stefania Bartoletti

Recognized in 2016

“I am excited and honored to be selected as a Marconi Society Young Scholar.  This is my opportunity to meet and work with luminaries that I know from my studies. I look forward to the career perspectives they can give me at this decisive moment in my post-doctoral work.”

Research Area

Theory and experimentation of passive localization and tracking networks, especially with application to wireless sensor radar and next generation RFID systems.

Current Position

Marie-Skłodowska Curie Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Ferrara

Education

  • PhD, Engineering Science – Information Engineering, University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy
  • Master: Laurea in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, University of Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy

Young Scholar Research

Technology that provides accurate locations of people and things where current technologies are unavailable, offering  locational context for many applications enabled by Internet of Things.

Other Honors

  • 2016 Marie-Skłodowska Curie Fellow within the Horizon 2020 European Framework
  • Ph.D. thesis recognized among the best thesis in the field of Communication Technologies by the National Telecommunications and Information Theory Group (GTTI)
  • 2015 IEEE CWIT Student Paper Award (first place) at IEEE Canadian Workshop on Information Theory
  • Nicolò Copernico Award for innovative thesis in Sciences and Technologies

Fun Facts

I love movies, books, group fitness activities, and playing guitar.