Regardless of its nature, any system is affected by its design assumptions. Our societies are no exception. The emergence of sought properties such as economic and social welfare for all; sustainability with respect to natural ecosystems; and especially man...
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- Catholic University of LeuvenPh.D. (Engineering), 1996 - 2000
- University of BariComputer Science, 1982 - 1987
- PhD (engineering) Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium, 2000; greatest distinction)
- Laurea in Scienze dell’Informazione (MSc, computer science) University of Bari (Italy, 1987; greatest distinction)
- 2013 IBM Faculty Award winner
- Researcher with the Performance Analysis of TelecommunicationSystems (PATS) research group of the University of Antwerp and the iMinds research institute.
- Responsible for PATS’ branch on Adaptive and dependable systems.
- Formely researcher for six years in Tecnopolis and Tecnopolis/SASIAM (School for Advanced Studies in Industrial and Applied Mathematics) where he served as a researcher, lecturer, and tutor, and took part into several projects on parallel computing and computer vision funded by the Italian National Research Council.
- Formerly researcher
for eight years and part-time professor for three years with the Catholic
University of Leuven (Belgium).
- CV: published about 100 reviewed research papers, 25 of which in international research journals, and the book “Application-layer fault-tolerance protocols”, edited by IGI Global
- Member of the program committee of several international conferences.
- Co-responsible of the course "Software Resilience" of University of Antwerp
- Co-chair of three editions of ADAMUS (the Workshop on Adaptive and DependAble Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems, http://www.adamus.ua.ac.be)
- Chair of ANTIFRAGILE, the International Workshop on Computational Antifragility and Antifragile Engineering.
- Editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Adaptive, Resilient and Autonomic Systems.
- Editor of the ERACLIOS blog (Elasticity, Resilience, Antifragility in CoLlective and Individual Objects and Systems)
- Twitter: @EnzoDeFlorio
- University of AntwerpPost-doctoral researcher, present
- University of Leuven
- Tecnopolis CSATA Novus Ortus
- School for Advanced Studies in Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- Buzz (current)
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