Bruno Sinopoli

Associate Professor – ECE RI MechE
Department Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office B30 Porter Hall
Telephone (412)-268-9432
Fax (412)-268-3890
Email
Website http://www.ece.cmu.edu/~brunos/
Assistant Claire E. Bauerle

Research Interests

Advances in very large-scale integration and microelectromechanical system technology have boosted the development of micro sensor integrated systems. Such systems combine computing, storage, radio technology, and energy source on a single chip. When distributed over a wide area, networks of these embedded devices can perform a variety of tasks that range from environmental monitoring and military surveillance, to navigation and control of a moving vehicle.

A common feature of these systems is the presence of significant communication delays and data loss across the network. From the point of view of control theory, significant delay is equivalent to loss, as data needs to arrive to its destination in time to be used for control. In short, communication and control become tightly coupled such that the two issues cannot be addressed independently. Bruno Sinopoli's research interest focuses on the analysis and design of networked embedded control systems, with applications to sensor actuators networks.

In the News

  • Sinopoli Plays Role in Bringing New Technology to Market
  • ECE Faculty Win CIT Awards
  • Sinopoli Receives NSF Career Award
  • Parolini Receives APC Fellowship
  • Invitation to Attend Northeast Control Workshop
  •  Bruno  Sinopoli

    Carnegie Mellon, 2007

    Research Area

    Signals and Systems

    Keywords

    Networked embedded control systems, sensors/actuators networks, control theory

    Education

    PhD, 2005
    Electrical Engineering
    University of California, Berkeley

    MS, 2003
    Electrical Engineering
    University of California, Berkeley

    Laurea, 1998
    Electrical Engineering
    Università di Padova