Albina Toçilla

PhDc. Ing.


Scientific research



PhD. Ing. Albina Toçilla graduated in 2017 at the Master’s level, in the branch of Telecommunication Engineering at the Faculty of Information Technology, Polytechnic University of Tirana. For more than 4 years, she has been engaged in teaching at Higher Education Institutions and recently held the position of Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Scientific Research at IAL Polis University. PhD. Ing. Albina Toçilla is studying the third cycle (Doctorate) in the “Double Degree” program developed by the University of Polis, Albania and the University of Ferrara, Italy. During the period of her engagement in teaching PhDc. Ing. Albina Toçilla has participated in national and international scientific conferences and has published scientific articles both in the country and abroad. PhD. Ing. Albina Toçilla is engaged in teaching subjects focusing on computer networks and “SmartCity”.


“Smart road infrastructure: Shaping the future of Shengjin accessibility” (2022). The Scientific Journal of the Observatory of Mediterranean Basin. OMB no.8 Post-Pandemic City | Issue 1 & 2.

Participant in the “TDW2021 International Scientific Conference “The Post-Pandemic Right to the City”, organized by Polis University and held on 2-6 October 2021 in Tirana, Albania. The article`s theme is “Smart and healthy traffic management and optimization”

Participant and Speaker at the 6 International Scientific Conference “Extreme phenomena of nature and security issues” held on 31 May 2021, in Tirana – Albania, Article`s theme: “The role of IoT in the management of natural disasters”

Participant and Speaker at the 4 International Conference “Recent trends and application in computer sciences and information technology” held on 21-22 May 2021, in Tirana – Albania, Article`s theme: “The use of IoT for future smart sustainable cities: its perspectives and challenges”

Fifth International Conference on “Conservation of Architectural Heritage (CAH)”, held on 8-10, February 2021. The second author of the Article “Adapting Sustainability. Preserve the Memory Through Technology, for Sustainable Future Cities”