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Domenico Striccoli


Assistant Professor in Telecommunications at Politecnico di Bari
Department of Electrical and Information Engineering
Telematics Research Group
Address: v. Orabona, 4 - 70125 Bari (Italy)
Tel.: +39 080 5964225
Fax: +39 080 5963410
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Domenico Striccoli was born in Altamura (BA), Italy, on July 15, 1972.
He received, with honors, the Dr. Eng. Degree in Electronic Engineering in April 2000, and the Ph.D. In Electronic Engineering (curriculum Telecommunications) in April 2004, both from "Politecnico di Bari", Italy.
In 2005 he joined the DIASS Department of "Politecnico di Bari" in Taranto as Assistant Professor in Telecommunications.
Actually he teaches fundamental courses in the field of Telecommunications at DIASS Department in Taranto.
Since September 2002, he has been with the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering at the “Politecnico di Bari”', Italy, where he is currently Associate Professor.
Domenico Striccoli is author of several scientific papers on these topics, published on qualified international journals or presented to leading scientific conferences.

Research Interests

His scientific interests span different aspects of Telecommunications networks, in research areas regarding video distribution systems and Quality of Service issues. His developed research arguments include dynamic predictive bandwidth allocation through neural networks, Video on Demand, MPEG coding techniques, smoothing algorithms, Call Admission Control schemes, Quality of Service study, bandwidth estimation algorithms.
  • Performance evaluation in video distribution systems
  • Quality of Service for multimedia delivery
  • Bandwidth estimation techniques
  • Bandwidth smoothing algorithms
  • Call Admission Control schemes
  • Linear bandwidth prediction techniques
  • Energy saving in Digital Video Broadcasting - Handheld (DVB-H)
  • Nonlinear filtering for bandwidth prediction algorithms
  • Video streaming in Peer-to-Peer networks

Courses taught


Thanks to: Aurora, Christian, Daniele & Piero