Degree in Electronic Engineering, 1989, at University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy (110 cum laude)
Master of Science in Management, 1992, Sloan Business School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston (MA), USA (4.6 / 5.0)
Harvard Summer School in Microeconomics, June-August 1990, Boston (MA), USA
Languages (Italian, English, and French)
Italtel Spa (1992-2000)
Municipality of Benevento (2000-2004) - winner of official D3 competition (former 8th level), permanent contract
University of Sannio (2004-in progress) - winner of a competition as Researcher (ING / INF-03) in 2004
Expert evaluator of projects for MIUR, MISE, European Commission (Marie Curie actions, Denmark Funds, Eureka projects), Calabria Region, Tuscany Region, Puglia Region, Friuli Region, Lazio Region
Representative of researchers within the Faculty Council, elected March 29, 2006, and appointed by Rector's Decree No. 471 of 04/19/2006
Appointed member of the Faculty Commission for Orientation Services, Internships, and Relations with CISIA, for the three-year period 2012/2015 by the Director of the Department of Engineering, the decree of May 6, 2014, No. 518 (role held to date)
Member of the Review Group responsible for preparing the documentation for the ANVUR for the Degree Course in Electronic Engineering, for the A.A. 2013/2014 and 2014/2015
Member of the Degree Course Council in Electronic Engineering for Automation and Telecommunications
Member of the Quality Commission and of the Orientation and Communication Commission within the Council for the Degree and Master's Degree in Electronic Engineering for Automation and Telecommunications
Appointed in July 2017 with Rector's decree component of the Joint Table established after the agreement between the University of Sannio and the Atlantic Committee and ATA
A lecturer from the A.A.2000 / 2001 of the Telecommunications Networks course; in different years: Lecturer of the following courses: Signals; Fundamentals of Telecommunications; Signal Theory; Theory and Processing of Signals
Professor in the Ph.D. program: Optical and Radar Satellite Remote Sensing
IEEE Senior Member
Industry Liaison for IEEE Joint ComSoc/VTS Italy Chapter
Member of the Image Analysis and Data Fusion Technical Committee (IADF TC) of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS)
National Referent for FIDAPA BPW Italy Science and Technology Task Force
Member of Academic Senate and Ph.D. Professors’ Board.
Teaching the courses: Principles of Mathematics, Signal theory and elaboration, Telecommunication networks for the Bachelor Program in Electronic Engineering;
Since 2004 Silvia Ullo is a researcher with the University of Sannio, Benevento (Italy), with interests in Data analysis through satellite remote sensing for Earth observation, in communication networks with a particular reference to sensor networks and smart grids, in radar systems and radar detection in non-Gaussian environment, in non-Gaussian models for the backscatter signal from natural surfaces.
She has been the promoter of the Agreement between the University of Sannio and the MAPSAT (Space agency in Benevento), the CSEO (Cyprus Space Exploration Organisation), and the Italian Atlantic Committee e ATA (Atlantic Treaty Association), and many other institutions and companies to work on research projects of joint interest that can involve Unisannio students for their bachelor and master program thesis.
She has been as well the promoter of the agreement, signed in November 2017, between the University of Sannio and the MIT MISTI-Italy to involve MIT students in research projects at the University of Sannio, and she is the Coordinator of the Program.
Silvia Ullo has been co-organizer of many national and international conferences as the MetroAeroSpace Workshop, since 2014, and the first Workshop on Networks and Cyber Security, in Benevento, 2017. She has also organized several special sessions in international conferences as, for instance, “Wireless Sensor Networks and Remote Sensing for Environmental Applications” within the first IEEE International Environmental Engineering Conference held in Milan, March 2018.
She has been a Committee Member for the organization of the MIT Sloan Global Women’s Conference, held in New York, in 2017 and in 2019.