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Andrea Omicini


Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Academic discipline: ING-INF/05 Information Processing Systems

Curriculum vitae

Andrea Omicini is Full Professor at DISI, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of the Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna. He received his Laurea degree in Electronic Engineering in February 1991, and his PhD in Computer & Electronic Engineering in November 1995, both from the Alma Mater. From 2010 to 2014 he was the Programme Director of the 2nd cycle Degree Programme in Computer Engineering, and of the 1st cycle Degree Programme in Electronics, Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering at the Alma Mater Campus in Cesena.
He wrote over 280 articles on coordination, programming languages, software engineering, Internet technologies, multiagent systems, simulation, and self-organisation, published in international journals, books, conferences and workshops. On the same topics, he edited 11 international books and guest-edited 15 international journal's special issues (see also publications).
He held several invited talks and tutorials at international conferences and schools (see also talkstutorials).
He supervised and evaluated many PhD theses, both national and international. Since 2006 he is Member of the Board of the Doctorate Program in Law & New Technologies of the Alma Mater (see also PhD).
He organised and chaired several international conferences and workshops; he was a member of the Program and Scientific Committees of over 300 international conferences, workshops, and symposia (see also conferences).
He was the Chair of the SIG on Agents and Multi-Agent Systems of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (AI*IA), and is currently the ACM Representative in the IFIP Technical Committee 12 "Artificial Intelligence" (see also associations).  
Since 1991, he participated to many national and international projects. Within the FP6 Coordination Action "AgentLink III", he worked as the Chair of Workpackage 12 "Technical Forum", and also as a member of the Managenemt Committee. He was member of the Steering Committee of the FP7 Coordination Action "AWARENESS", and member of the Management Committee of the STREP FP7 Project "Self-aware Pervasive Service Ecosystems (SAPERE)". He worked as the Coordinator of the project PRIN 2006 "MEnSA - Methodologies for the Engineering of complex Software systems: Agent-based approach" (see also projects).