I am a PostDoc Researcher at the University of Florida at the UF Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, CISE Department.
I received my Bachelor Degree (110/110, summa cum Laude) from Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna University on the 13th November, 2012. The Bachelor Thesis, “PjProject su Android: Uno scontro su più livelli” (en. PjProject on Android: a clash on multiple layers), was supervised by prof. Vittorio Ghini; it addressed a feasibility study on porting native Linux applications using the pjsip stack on Android: in order to check that, I had to study the whole interaction between Java application and native libraries through the so-called Android Middleware (AOSP).
I received my Master Degree (110/110, summa cum Laude) from Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna University on the 17th July, 2014 (first graduation session) with a tesis called “Hypergraph Mining in Social Networks“, supervised by prof. Danilo Montesi; it addessed for the first time an data mining relational algebra for hypergraphs, that had the aim to logically define Data Mining operations and metric over OSNs (On-Line Social Networks).
From the 1st of November 2014 to the 1st of November 2017, I was a PhD Candidate at Bologna University, Italy, CSE Dept., School of Sciences. Prof. Danilo Montesi was my PhD supervisor. My PhD thesis focused on two novel graph operators: graph joins (for combining data) and graph nesting (for structural aggregations). These two operators were inserted in a broader data integration scenario, that was presented in my thesis defense. I finally obtained my PhD the 20th of April, 2018.
Full Curriculum Vitae & Studiorum: English