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Carlo Alberto Boano is a 28 years old post-doctoral researcher at the Institute for Technical Informatics of the Graz University of Technology, working in the area of wireless sensor networks and embedded systems.
In 2009, he completed a double Master of Science at Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy) and KTH (Stockholm, Sweden) with maximum grades. His Master's Thesis, carried out at Saab and at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS) was awarded the 2009 Bengt Asker Award for the best Swedish real-time Master’s Thesis and the 2010 EWSN/CONET Award for the best Industrial Master’s Thesis in the area of Cooperating Objects.
After his studies, he worked for a few month as a researcher in Thiemo Voigt's group at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science, before joining the Institute of Computer Engineering at the University of Lübeck in June 2009. Since September 2013 he is a University assistant at the Institute for Technical Informatics of the Graz University of Technology, where he obtained his doctoral degree with maximum grades during November 2014 under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Kay Römer.
Carlo Alberto's current research focus is on the dependability of wireless sensor networks, with particular emphasis on the impact of radio interference and temperature on low-power radios.

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