Claudio Casetti is an Associate Professor at the Department of Control and Computer Engineering, Politecnico di Torino, Italy.
He has published more than 200 papers in peer-refereed international journals and conferences on the following topics: Transport and network protocols in wired networks, IEEE 802.11 WLAN, Vehicular networks, Ad hoc and sensor networks. According to Google Scholar, his H-index is 36.
A list of Claudio Casetti’s publications can be found on the Publication Open Repository of Politecnico di Torino
He has given Tutorials on vehicular networks at major IEEE Conferences, including IEEE ICC, IEEE Globecom, IEEE CCNC and IEEE VTC.
He has served in the Technical Program Committees of the main international conferences in the networking field (such as IEEE INFOCOM, ACM SIGMETRICS, IEEE GLOBECOM or IEEE ICC).
He serves/has served as:
He serves on the Editorial Boards of: IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine and Elsevier’s Vehicular Communications.
He was Principal Investigator in the Alcatel France – Politecnico di Torino research contract on “End-to-end QoS Solutions in wireless networks” (2003-2004). He was Principal Investigator in the VICSUM project funded by Regione Piemonte (2007-2009). He was Principal Investigator in the PRIN GATEcom project (2011-2013) funded by the Ministry of University and Research.
He has managed EU funding for Politecnico di Torino within the FP6 NoE “Euro-NGI” (2003-2006) and has been appointed Principal Investigator for Politecnico di Torino in the FP6 NoE “Euro-FGI” (2006-2008) and in the FP7 NoE “Euro-NF” (2008-2012). He was team leader for Politecnico di Torino in the FP7 Projects FIGARO and myMED.
He is a Senior Member of IEEE.
He is responsible for the Politecnico di Torino Research Unit of CNIT (Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni) (2014-present).
He is the Scientific Coordinator of the Master in “Electrified and Connected Vehicle” at Politecnico di Torino since 2018.
He chairs the Turin Urban Digital Mobility working group within the Smart Roads project endorsed by the City of Turin.
He has been a visiting scholar at Umass Amherst (1995), UCLA (2000), UCSD (2003) and Monash University (2012, 2016).