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GABRIELE DI STEFANO


Nome: Gabriele
Cognome: Di Stefano
Qualifica: Professore associato
Settore Scientifico Disciplinare: ING-INF/05 (Sistemi Di Elaborazione Delle Informazioni)
Struttura di afferenza: Dipartimento di Ingegneria e scienze dell'informazione e matematica
Email: gabriele.distefanounivaq.it
Telefono Ufficio: 0862.43.4416
Altro telefono: 320 4232558
Fax Ufficio: +39 0862434403
Home Page personale: http://gs.ing.univaq.it/


Insegnamenti tenuti - a.a.

InsegnamentoOrario di ricevimento
Programmazione a oggetti (I3N - Ingegneria dell'Informazione) Giovedý dalle 15:00 alle 17:00
Reti di calcolatori (I3N - Ingegneria dell'Informazione) Giovedý dalle 15:00 alle 17:00
Reti di calcolatori e programmazione per il web (I3N - Ingegneria dell'Informazione) Giovedý dalle 15:00 alle 17:00



Curriculum scientifico

(Aggiornato il 24-10-2013)

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Prof. Dr. Gabriele Di Stefano received is Ph.D. at University "La Sapienza" of Rome in 1992. In the period 1994 - 2004 he was Assistant Professor at University of L'Aquila. Currently, he is Associate Professor for Computer Science at the same University. He had key-participations in several EU funded projects. He has been site leader for University of L'Aquila in the European FET project ARRIVAL (contract no. FP6-021235-2), coordinating the research activities carried out both at Univ. L'Aquila, and Univ. Sapienza, Rome. He has been site leader for University of L'Aquila in the European project AMORE (contract no. HPRN-CT-1999-00104), coordinating the research activities carried out at Univ. L'Aquila. He also participated to the European Projects COLUMBUS (IST 2001-38314) and MILORD (AIM 2024). He has been program chair of 9th Workshop on Algorithmic Approaches for Transportation Modelling, Optimization, and Systems (ALGO/ATMOS09), and he served in 4 Program Committees and 3 Organizing Committees in international computer science conferences. His current research interests include recoverable robustness, network algorithms, combinatorial optimization, algorithmic graph theory and their applications to transportations and computer networks. He is (co-)author of about 100 publications in international journals and conferences in these areas.