Giorgio Corbellini joined the Digital Solutions team at Daimler in October 2016.
Before Daimler he was with Disney Research (Zurich Lab) between 2012 and 2016. with Disney, he worked as Associate Research Scientist focusing on several projects including Visible Light Communication (VLC), Steganographic audio communications, low-power radio systems, and Radio Frequency ID (RFID). During his time with Disney, he colaborated on several projects with ETH professorThomas Gross.
He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP) in 2012. His Ph.D. thesis was entitled Adaptive Medium Access Control for Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks.
During his Ph.D. he worked at the Minatec department of the Commissariat A l’Énergie Atomique and aux Energie Alternatives (CEA-LETI) of Grenoble.
His Ph.D. studies were supervised by Prof. Andrzej Duda Grenoble INP (head of the Drakkar Team).
His supervisor at CEA-LETI was Dr. Emilio Calvanese-Strinati.
In December 2007 he received his MSc degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Rome La Sapienza defending a Master Thesis with the title CIRCUS: Convergence of InfraRed Communications and Ultrawideband Systems.
In the period July 2006 - October 2006 he was at Ecole Nationale Superiore de Telecommunications (ENST) of Paris (now Paris-Tech) for a summer internship as research engineer.
In the period July 2007 - August 2008 he joined the CEA of Grenoble as a research engineer and he focused his researches on QoS-driven Scheduling Algorithms for next generation cellular networks (LTE and LTE-A). He was born in Rome in January 1982.
His research interests include Visible Light Communication, RFID, Medium Access Control and Routing techniques for Wireless Sensor Networks, and Scheduling procedures for Cellular Networks.