Andrea Gasparri received the Graduate degree (cum laude) in Computer Science and the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Automation from the Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy, in 2004 and 2008, respectively.
He is currently an Assistant Professor with the Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of “Roma Tre.”
He has been awarded with the National Scientific Qualification for Associate Professor (Automatica, 09/G1) in 2014 (round 2013).
Andrea Gasparri’s research interests are in the areas of
mobile robotics, sensor networks and more generally networked
- Our workshop on Asymmetry and Directedness in Multi-Agent Interactions will appear at ACC15
- Our workshop on Asymmetric Interactions in Distributed Robotics will appear at ICRA15
- Our paper on Global Connectivity Control for Spatially Interacting Multi-Robot Systems with Unicycle Kinematics will appear at ICRA15
- Our paper on decentralized and parallel constructions for optimally rigid graphs on a plane will appear in IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing TMC
- Our paper on identifying rigidity-preserving bipartitions in planar multi-robot networks appeared in IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics T-CYB
- Our paper on Set Input-to-State Stability for Spatially Interacting Multi-Agent Systems appeared at CDC14
- Our paper on joint motion and transmission control for robotic message ferrying appeared at MASS14
- Our paper on distributed algorithms for hole detection in a wireless sensor network appeared at MASS14
- Our paper on networked robots coordination in sensing and information routing applications appeared at IROS14