Prof. Vittorio Curri
Politecnico di Torino
Prof. Vittorio Curri received the Laurea degree cum laude in electrical engineer in 1995, and the Scientific Doctoral degree in optical communications in 1999, both at Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy. He is a funder member of OptCom and of PhotonLab. He is currently Associate Professor at Dipartimento di Elettronica e Telecomunicazioni, Politecnico di Torino. He has been visiting researcher at Stanford University and UC at Santa Barbara in 1997–98. His major research interests are in fiber transmission modeling, including nonlinearities, transmitter and receiver optimization for advanced modulation formats, design strategies for optical links, including PON’s, Raman amplification and simulation and modeling of optical communication
systems. Recently, Prof. Curri has started to investigate the impact on physical layer on transparent network performances. Since 1998, Prof. Curri is active in developing software tools for simulation of optical systems. Prof. Curri is an IEEE member since 1999 and is co-author of more than 180 technical publications, including two JLT best paper awards, and 3 patents. According to Scopus, Prof. Curri owns the following bibliometric parameters: overall citations of 2857 and h-index of 27.
In ETN WON Prof. Curri is an active member of the WON Leading team and acts as an academic supervisor for ESR1, ESR4 and ESR5.
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