Romano Vittorio

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Vittorio Romano was born in Reggio di Calabria (Italy) in 1973 and holds a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science at the University of Pisa and a Master Degree in Computer Science at the University of Pisa.
2013 Visiting Scientist at People in Motion Lab of the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada
2002 Bachelor Degree in Computer Science at University of Pisa
2012 Master Degree in Computer Science at University of Pisa

"To revile the wicked is in no wise invidious; but it is an honour to the good, if any consider rightly."
Aristophanes, The Knights, 1274-1279

Position
Collaborator
Affiliation
Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell’Informazione, National Research Council of Italy (ISTI-CNR)
Room
C-37
Floor
1
Gate
20
Phone
+39 050 621 2996
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Skype
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Blog

Presentazione FAIR

Il giorno dell'entrata in vigore del nuovo regolamento europeo sulla privacy (GDPR), il KDD Lab e l'Infrastruttura di Ricerca SoBigData presentano FAIR, un corso gratuito per educare a un approccio eticamente corretto all'analisi di grandi moli di

ISTI News March 2018

On the third issue of the ISTI News newsletter you'll find the paper "MyWay: location prediction via mobility profiling" by Roberto Trasarti, Riccardo Guidotti, Anna Monreale, Fosca Giannotti and "An anal

ISTI News March 2018

On the third issue of the ISTI News newsletter you'll find the paper "MyWay: location prediction via mobility profiling" by Roberto Trasarti, Riccardo Guidotti, Anna Monreale, Fosca Giannotti and "An anal

ISTI News March 2018

On the third issue of the ISTI News newsletter you'll find the paper "MyWay: location prediction via mobility profiling" by Roberto Trasarti, Riccardo Guidotti, Anna Monreale, Fosca Giannotti and "An anal

ISTI News March 2018

On the third issue of the ISTI News newsletter you'll find the paper "MyWay: location prediction via mobility profiling" by Roberto Trasarti, Riccardo Guidotti, Anna Monreale, Fosca Giannotti and "An anal

KDD Lab Workshop 2018

The 2018 edition of the annual KDD Lab Workshop, an opportunity to recap the achievements of last year and to share new directions for the future.

Mining a large number of datasets recording human activities for making sense of individual data is the key enabler of a new wave of personalized knowledge-based services.

Mining a large number of datasets recording human activities for making sense of individual data is the key enabler of a new wave of personalized knowledge-based services.

Mining a large number of datasets recording human activities for making sense of individual data is the key enabler of a new wave of personalized knowledge-based services.

Mining a large number of datasets recording human activities for making sense of individual data is the key enabler of a new wave of personalized knowledge-based services.

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