Daniela D'Auria, PhD

Daniela D'Auria
Postdoctoral Researcher
PRISMA Lab
ICAROS Center
Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
University of Naples Federico II
Via Claudio 21, 80125 Napoli, Italy
Phone: +39 0817685904
E-mail: daniela (dot) dauria4 (at) unina (dot) it
Skype: d_dauria
Daniela D'Auria received the Laurea degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Naples, Naples, in 2009. Then, she received the Ph.D. degree in Computer and Automation Engineering from the same University in 2013 under the supervision of Professors Bruno Siciliano and Blake Hannaford. She is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher. Her research interests include medical robotics, haptics, virtual environments and simulators and semantic maps for robotics.

Conference Service

  • Tutorial Committee Co-Chair of the 2017 IEEE First International Conference on Robotic Computing, Taichung, Taiwan, April 2017.
  • Program Committee Co-Chair of the 2017 IEEE ICSC International Conference on Semantic Computing, San Diego, USA, Jan-Feb 2017.
  • Program Co-Chair of the 2017 IEEE First International Workshop on Semantic Robotics, San Diego, USA, Jan-Feb 2017.

    Publications

    International Journals and Book Chapters

  • D. D'Auria, G. Ristorto, F. Persia, R. Vidoni and F. Mazzetto
    Development and preliminary tests of a Crop Monitoring Mobile Lab based on a combined use of Optical Sensors
    International Journal of Computer & Software Engineering, 2016
  • F. Persia, D. D'Auria, G. Sperlì and A. Tufano
    A Prototype for Anomaly Detection in Video Surveillance Context
    Intelligent Software Methodologies, Tools and Techniques, Volume 532 of the series Communications in Computer and Information Science, pages 517-528, Springer, September 2015
  • D. D'Auria, D. Di Mauro, D. Calandra, and F. Cutugno
    A 3D Audio Augmented Reality System for a Cultural Heritage Management and Fruition
    Journal of Digital Information Management, 2015
  • D. Calandra, D. Di Mauro, D. D'Auria, F. Cutugno
    E.Y.E.C.U.: an Emotional eYe trackEr for Cultural heritage sUpport
    Empowering Organizations: Enabling Platforms and Artefacts, Springer, 2015
  • D. D'Auria, F. Persia
    A Framework for Real-Time Evaluation of Medical Doctors' Performances while Using a Cricothyrotomy Simulator
    Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) Series, Springer-Verlag 2015
  • L. White, R. Bly, D. D'Auria, N. Aghdasi, P. Bartell, L. Cheng and B. Hannaford,
    Cricothyrotomy Simulator with Computational Skill Assessment for Procedural Skill Training in the Developing World
    Journal of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, BC, 2013
  • International Conferences

  • M. Bietresato, G. Carabin, D. D'Auria, R. Gallo, G. Ristorto, F. Mazzetto, R. Vidoni, A. Gasparetto and L. Scalera
    A tracked mobile robotic lab for monitoring the plants volume and health
    MESA 2016 - 12th IEEE/ASME International Conference on Mechatronic and Embedded Systems and Applications, Auckland, New Zealand, Aug 2016
  • D. D'Auria, G. Ristorto, R. Gallo and F. Mazzetto
    Tracked robot over a slope path: Dynamic stability control
    2016 IEEE IRI 2016, Pittsburgh, USA, July 2016
  • D. D'Auria, G. Ristorto and F. Mazzetto
    Development and Preliminary Test of a Mobile Lab for the orchard crop monitoring
    MECHTECH 2016 Conference, Alghero, Italy, May 2016
  • D. D'Auria, F. Persia, B. Siciliano
    Human-computer interaction in healthcare: How to support patients during their wrist rehabilitation
    2016 IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing, Laguna Hills, CA, Feb. 2016
  • D. D'Auria, F. Persia, B. Siciliano
    A Low-Cost Haptic System for Wrist Rehabilitation
    IEEE IRI 2015, San Francisco, USA, August 13-15, 2015
  • D. D'Auria, F. Persia
    A Distributed Framework for Event Detection in Video Surveillance Context
    3rd International Workshop on Cloud and Distributed System Applications, Poland, Nov. 2015.
  • F.Persia, D.D'Auria, G.Sperli, and A.Tufano
    A Prototype for Anomaly Detection in Video Surveillance Context
    SoMeT 2015, Naples, Italy
  • D. Calandra, D. Di Mauro, D. D'Auria, F. Cutugno
    E.Y.E.C.U.: an Emotional eYe trackEr for Cultural heritage sUpport
    ItAIS 2014, Genova, Italy, Nov. 2014
  • D. D'Auria, D. Di Mauro, D. Calandra, and F. Cutugno
    Interactive Headphones for a Cloud 3D Audio Application
    3PGCIC, Guangzhou, China, Nov. 2014
  • F. Persia and D. D'Auria
    An application for finding expected activities in medical context scientific databases
    SEBD, Sorrento Coast, IT, June 2014
  • D. D'Auria, D. Di Mauro, D. Calandra, and F. Cutugno
    Caruso: Interactive Headphones for a Dynamic 3D Audio Application in the Cultural Heritage Context
    IEEE IRI, San Francisco, CA, Aug. 2014
  • F. Persia and D. D'Auria
    Automatic Evaluation of Medical Doctors' Performances while Using a Cricothyrotomy Simulator
    IEEE IRI, San Francisco, CA, Aug. 2014
  • L. White, D. D'Auria, R. Bly, P. Bartell, N. Aghdasi, C. Jones, B. Hannaford
    Cricothyrotomy Simulator Training for the Developing Word
    Seattle, WA, Oct. 2012
  • PhD thesis