Nicola Bicocchi


Prof. Nicola Bicocchi is assistant professor in Computer Science at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, since December 2010. He received the Laurea degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in 2004, discussing a thesis on “Techniques for Content-­based video adaptation”. He received the PhD in Computer Science from the same University in 2009, with a thesis on “Self­-Organizing Data Ecologies for Pervasive Computing Scenarios”. He has been visiting researcher at University of Ulster and University of New Brunswick (Canada).

His current research interests include pervasive computing, affective computing, data mining and analysis for behavioural prediction and network security. In these areas, he has published about 40 papers in international journals and conferences. He also participated in several national and international projects such as EU-FP6 CASCADS, EU-FP7 ASCENS

Research Interests:

  • Safety & Security Operations
  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Operating Systems
  • Self-Organizing Data Ecologies for Pervasive Computing Scenarios

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