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Tullio Salmon Cinotti

Tullio Salmon Cinotti

Professor

He is an Associate Professor with the School of Engineering and Architecture, University of Bologna, where he is in charge of courses on computer architecture, logic design, and interoperability of embedded systems. He is a former Director of ARCES, an interdepartment research center with the University of Bologna. His current research interests include embedded systems to semantics-based data distribution architectures for cyber-physical systems. He is the co-author of research from Intel Labs (USA), Nokia Research (Espoo, Finland), Siemens Corporate Technology (Munich, Germany), Telecom Italia Lab (Turin, Italy), VTT (Oulu, Finland), Politecnico di Milano (Milan, Italy), and the University of Kent (Canterbury, U.K.). He is the Coordinator of the University of Bologna participation to European research initiatives in the areas of open cultural heritage, smart environments, and electric mobility.

Luca Roffia

Luca Roffia

Assistant professor

He received a PhD in Computer Science Engineering in 2005 from the University of Bologna where he is currently Assistant Professor of the Department of Electrical, Electronic, and Information Engineering "Guglielmo Marconi" - DEI and member of the Advanced Research Center on  Electronic Systems "Ercole De Castro" - ARCES. He has been running bachelor and master courses on "Computer Architecture" and "Information Technology and Arts Organizations” and his research interests are mainly focused on investigating interoperable solutions within the Linked Data and Web of Things domains. He is the principal investigator of SEPA (SPARQL Event Processing Architecture). He is also active on the industrial technology transfer in domains like energy, cultural heritage and agriculture.

Fabio Viola

Fabio Viola

PhD student

He received the degree in computer science engineering from the University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy, in 2014, where he is currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree. He was an Assistant Researcher with the Advanced Research Center on Electronic Systems, University of Bologna, for one year. His current research interest includes semantic technologies for the Web of Things and in particular evaluation mechanisms for the performance of Web of Things infrastructures and applications.

Francesco Antoniazzi

Francesco Antoniazzi

PhD student

He received a Master Degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Bologna in 2016 and he is currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree. His research interests are framed within the Web of Things domain and are main focused on investigating solutions to enable things interaction, coordination and orchestration by combining Artificial Intelligence and Semantic Web technologies.

Cristiano Aguzzi

Cristiano Aguzzi

PhD student

He received a Master Degree in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Bologna in 2017 and he is currently a 1st year PhD student in ARCES. His research is framed within the Web of Things domain applied to the evaluation of the environmental risk.