Università degli Studi del Sannio
Dipartimento di Ingegneria
Piazza Roma, 21
82100 Benevento, Italy
|e-mail:||gsilano (at) unisannio.it|
|Phone:||+39 0824 305570|
PhD student with a strong interest in software and control of robotics and embedded systems. What excites me most about this field are the challenging, multidisciplinary problems that require me to use my background in Computer Engineering, Computer Science and Control Systems to develop integrated solutions. Here you can find out more about me, my research activities within GRACE, the Group for Research on Automatic Control Engineering at the University of Sannio in Benevento, Italy, and the open-source projects in which I am involved.
Robotics Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Gazebo Motion Planning Software and Simulation-in-the-loop Virtual Reality Environment Object Recognition and Tracking Nonlinear control
Since March 2019, I'm a visiting student at the LAAS-CNRS in Toulouse working with Antonio Franchi and his RIS team.
BebopS: a ROS package aimed to simulate the behavior of Parrot Bebop 2 by using SIL methodologies,
MAT-Fly: an easy to use virtual reality environment based on the MathWorks Virtual Reality (VR) toolbox aimed to simulate flying platforms together with detection and tracking algorithms,
(code, pdf, video).