Conference: Advanced Satellite Multimedia Systems Conference

Federico Berra, Andrea Stanco, Costantino Agnesi, Marco Avesani, Francesco Vedovato, Nicola Laurenti, Roberto Corvaja, Stefano Tomasin, Ignacio López Grande, Valerio Pruneri, Marco Guadalupi, Josep Ferrer, Ramon Ferrús, Alessandro Francesconi, Francesco Sansone, Edoardo Birello, André Xuereb, Noel Farrugia, Johann A. Briffa, Alessandro Balossino, Giulia Tollero, Danilo Sarica, Eleni Diamanti, Matteo Schiavon, Paolo Villoresi, and Giuseppe Vallone, “QUANGO: A CubeSat platform for quantum key distribution and 5G … Continue reading Conference: Advanced Satellite Multimedia Systems Conference

Journal: PLOS ONE

Marc Tanti, Camille Berruyer, Paul Tafforeau, Adrian Muscat, Reuben Farrugia, Kenneth Scerri, Gianluca Valentino, V. Armando Solé, and Johann A. Briffa, Automated segmentation of microtomography imaging of Egyptian mummies, PLOS ONE, vol. 16, no. 12, p. e0260707, 2021. Accepted: [plosone2021-submitted] Published: [plosone2021-published] (original link) Other: Git Repository, Data Sets Copyright notice Continue reading Journal: PLOS ONE

Conference: SPIE Remote Sensing

Mang Chen, Johann A. Briffa, Gianluca Valentino, and Reuben A. Farrugia, “Stereo matching of remote sensing images using deep stereo matching,” in Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing XXVII, L. Bruzzone and F. Bovolo, Eds., International Society for Optics and Photonics. SPIE, Sep. 2021, pp. 60–65. Submission: [spie2021-submitted] Presentation slides: [spie2021-slides] Presentation video: [spie2021-video] Published: (original link) Copyright notice Continue reading Conference: SPIE Remote Sensing

Conference: LCN 2019

Noel Farrugia, Johann A. Briffa, and Victor Buttigieg, “Multi-stream TCP: Leveraging the performance of a per-packet multipath routing algorithm when using TCP and SDN,” in Proc. IEEE Conf. on Local Computer Networks, Osnabrück, Germany, Oct. 14–17, 2019. Submission: [lcn2019-submitted] Poster: [lcn2019-poster] Published: (original link) Copyright notice Continue reading Conference: LCN 2019

Conference: CEC 2019

Noel Farrugia, Johann A. Briffa, and Victor Buttigieg, “Solving the multi-commodity flow problem using a multi-objective genetic algorithm”, in Proc. IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, Wellington, New Zealand, Jun 10–13, 2019. Submission: [cec2019-submitted] Presentation slides: [cec2019-slides] Published: (original link) Other: data sets Copyright notice Continue reading Conference: CEC 2019