You can download my curriculum in pdf format here (ENG) or here (ITA).

Short Bio

Luca Feltrin received the B.Sc. and M.Sc in Electronics and Telecommunications engineering in 2011 and 2014, respectively, from University of Bologna, Italy. After his studies, he spent two years working mostly in the automotive field before deciding to start in 2015 a Ph.D. course in Telecommunications engineering at University of Bologna which is currently ongoing. His current research interests are Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) and new standards for the Internet of Things such as LoRa and NB-IoT.

Studies

  • [Present Day] – Ph.D in Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technologies

    University of Bologna – DEI
    This is my main activity today. I work in the RadioNetworks group under the supervision of Prof. Roberto Verdone.
    The title of my Project is “Long Range Low Power Wireless Communication Technologies for the IoT“.

  • [Dec 2014] – Examination for the qualification to practice the profession of Engineer

    University of Bologna – Final Mark: 207/240

  • [Feb 2014] – Master Degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering for Sustainable Development

    University of Bologna – II Faculty of Engineering in Cesena
    Final Mark: 110/110 with honors
    Thesis TitleDesign and implementation of a LDPC decoder on a GPU architecture

  • [Oct 2011] – Bachelor Degree in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering

    University of Bologna – II Faculty of Engineering in Cesena
    Final Mark: 110/110 with honors
    Thesis Title: Identification of Users and Objects in Smart Environment with Computer Vision Techniques

  • [Jul 2008] – Diploma of industrial expert Chief in electronics and telecommunications

    Technical Industrial Institute G.Marconi – Forlì
    Final Mark: 100/100

Work Experience

  • [Jan 2015/Oct 2015] – Component Specialist Junior

    Maserati S.p.a. – via Ciro Menotti 322, 41122 – Modena (Mo), Italy
    I was involved in Alfa Romeo “Giorgio” Project, more specifically in the design of the Giulia. My main activity consisted in following the software developement of components related to the Driver Station, in particular the Instrument Cluster.

  • [Apr 2014/Dec 2014] – Technical Consultant for Alstom

    Alten Italia S.p.a. in Bologna – Via Guelfa 5, 40138 – Bologna (Bo), Italy
    My main activity consisted in the development and validation of Human Machine Interface software for the management of railway electrical plants.