Welcome to Kasım Sinan Yıldırım’s homepage!
I am currently an Assistant professor at the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science, University of Trento, Italy.
I work in the fields of embedded systems and IoT, wireless communication and protocols, self-organizing sensor networks and distributed algorithms, operating systems/run-times and architectural support for tiny embedded devices. Currently, I am mainly focused on systems support for intermittent computing and communication on batteryless sensors, energy harvesting and wireless power transfer.
Phone: +39 0461 283590
Email: sinanyil81 (at) gmail.com
I have several MSc projects available for master’s students. Please contact me if you are interested.
Recent Publications and News
- Dynamic Task-Based Intermittent Execution for Energy-Harvesting Devices has been accepted to be presented in the 19th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems (SenSys 2021) journal track.
- REHASH: A Flexible, Developer Focused, Heuristic Adaptation Platform for Intermittently Powered Computing, ACM UbiComp 2021 (Proc. ACM Interact. Mob. Wearable Ubiquitous Technol.)
- BFree: Enabling Battery-Free Sensor Prototyping with Python, ACM UbiComp 2021 (Proc. ACM Interact. Mob. Wearable Ubiquitous Technol.)
- Zero Power Energy-Aware Communication for Transiently-Powered Sensing Systems, ENSsys 2020. Best paper runner-up
- Defragmenting Energy Storage in Batteryless Sensing Devices, ENSsys 2020.
- Enabling Transiently-Powered Communication via Backscattering Energy State Information, ApplePies 2020 Conference
- Invited Talk: Today and Future of Intermittent Computing for Sustainable Sensing, September 9, ARM Research Summit 2020
- Perpetual Bluetooth Communications for the IoT IEEE Sensors Journal
- Taskify: An Integrated Development Environment to Develop and Debug Intermittent Software for the Batteryless Internet of Things WPSN’2020.
- Time-sensitive Intermittent Computing Meets Legacy Software ASPLOS’20
- Reliable Timekeeping for Intermittent Computing ASPLOS’20
- Dynamic Task-Based Intermittent Execution for Energy-Harvesting Devices ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks
- On the Accuracy of Network Synchronization Using Persistent Hourglass Clocks EnsSys’19
- On Distributed Sensor Fusion in Batteryless Intermittent Networks WPSN’19
- Multi-hop Backscatter Tag-to-Tag Network INFOCOM’19
- PureMEM: A Structured Programming Model for Transiently Powered Computers accepted to SAC 2019
- Backing Out of Backscatter for Intermittent Wireless Networks ENSsys’18
- Feasibility of Multi-Tenancy on Intermittent Power ENSsys’18
- InK: Reactive Kernel for Tiny Batteryless Sensors ACM SenSys’18 [Explore the first batteryless kernel.]
- On the Synchronization of Computational RFIDs. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 2018
- Safe Distributed Control of Wireless Power Transfer Networks. IEEE Internet of Things Journal, 2018
- Multi-agent distributed optimization algorithms for partition-based linear programming (LP) problems. ECC’18
- A Distributed Dual-Ascent Approach for Power Control of Wireless Power Transfer Networks. CDC’17
- Self Adaptive Safe Provisioning of Wireless Power using DCOPs. SASO’17, *Best Paper Award*