Carlo Vitucci

Carlo Vitucci received his M.Sc. of telecommunication engineering from the University of Rome, Italy, in 1993. From 1996 to 2008 he held embedded firmware designer role in Ericsson R&D center in Rome. He worked in real-time operating system architecture and he was responsible for Real-Time Operating system course in the local support organization, teaching middleware architecture too. Since 2001 he started collaboration with Sant'Anna University of Pisa under the shield of the Pisatel Consortium. Always involved in embedded realm, he researched in the network processor, hardware accelerators, and new hardware frameworks, like hardware trace assistant and hardware fault supervision support.  From 2008 to 2012 he was specialist embedded software designer for Quixant, a gaming machine company. Since 2012 he is living in Stockholm and since 2014 he is working in Ericsson as Senior Embedded Software architect. His research interest is 5G system and networks, with special focus on the radio access network next generation architecture. He has also co-authored different papers and patents in that research area.

In 2019, he debuted as novelist with his first novel, "Homo Novus".