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Claudio Forlivesi

Antwerp, Belgium

Biography

I originally came from Italy. In 2001 I applied for an Internship at Sony SDCE in Brussels, studying the impact of Agent-based frameworks on the nascent Java J2ME technology.

After graduation, I started working for Quinary Spa (Milan, Italy) on several carrier-grade projects, mainly concerning solutions for wireless operators (Vodafone) and IPSs (Tiscali).

In 2004 I joined Alcatel-Lucent (then Alcatel) in Antwerp, Belgium as a Software Architect for their solutions in the Fixed and Residential Software Unit. This was initially limited to architecture design and software development, then it expanded to coordinating and supporting our remote development team in India.
In 2006 I moved to their CTO and Research unit, which was merged with Bell-Labs in 2007. I have been active in research ever since, exploring new technological areas linked to software platforms and wireless.
In 2008 I participated in a mini-MBA organized by Flanders Business School where I and my team developed a real use-case for a gaming start-up.
After that I participated as researcher as well as coordinator in several European-founded research projects, involving international cooperation with Universities, Research Centres and other companies.
 

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Education

Flanders Business School

Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies

2008 – 2008

Course: "Building the Fighting Spirit - Bringing Entrepreneurship Inside" - April/June 2008
 

Università di Bologna / University of Bologna

Master of Science (MSc), Computer Software Engineering

1995 – 2001
 

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Professional activities

I am part of the Internet of Things Research Group of Bell-Labs, Antwerp. As part of this group, my duties involve the creation, realization and testing of novel ideas and ways in which information can be consumed by end users.
My specialties concern the technological part of information consumption, which is how information from users are collected, stored and processed, including the algorithms and technologies that make all of this possible.
 

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Selected articles and publications

N. Janssens, A. Xueli, K. Daenen, C. Forlivesi, Dynamic Scaling of Call-Stateful SIP Services in the Cloud, Networking 2012

 

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Books

O. Elloumi, C. Forlivesi, ETSI M2M Services Architecture, M2M Communications: A Systems Approach, Wiley, 2012
 

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Patents

  • C. Forlivesi, J. Moreels, US2009240778, A method for transferring data from a sensor over a computer network, corresponding device, and computer program product therefore, September 24, 2009
  • C. Forlivesi, Eric Waegeman, EP2101474, Service bindings for web services, September 16, 2009
  • C. Forlivesi, Eric Waegeman, EP2101473, Jini front-end component, September 16, 2009
  • C. Forlivesi, N. Janssens, A. Dominuco, WO2013010844, Method For Transferring State Information Pertaining To A Plurality Of SIP Conversations, January 24, 2013
  • N. Janssens, C. Forlivesi, P. Dobbelaere, A. Dominuco, WO2013010847, Method And Apparatus For Interconnecting A User Agent To A Cluster Of Servers, January 24, 2013
  • N. Janssens, A. Dominuco, C. Forlivesi, EP2570922, Method and system for managing an elastic server farm, March 20, 2013

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