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Danilo Montesi

Professor

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Academic discipline: INF/01 Informatics

Collaborations

Collaboration with:
OPERANDUM
Country:
Italy
Description:
OPERANDUM project has received funds from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Innovation Actions programme under Grant Agreement n.776848. UNIBO is leader of a consortium of 26 international partners: ALMA MATER STUDIORUM - UNIVERSITA DI BOLOGNA - Italy AGENZIA REGIONALE PER LA PREVENZIONE, L'AMBIENTE E L'ENERGIA - Italy CENTRO ITALIANO RICERCHE AEROSPAZIALI SCPA - Italy CIAOTECH Srl - Italy COLD AND ARID REGIONS ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENGINEERING RESEARCH INS - China DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL - Ireland FONDAZIONE CENTRO EURO-MEDITERRANEO SUI CAMBIAMENTI CLIMATICI - Italy HELMHOLTZ-ZENTRUM GEESTHACHT ZENTRUM FUR MATERIAL- UND KUSTENFOR - Germany ILMATIETEEN LAITOS - Finland KAJO SRO - Slovakia KENTRO KAINOTOMON TECHNOLOGION AE - Greece LUONNONVARAKESKUS - Finland NATURALEA CONSERVACIO, SL - Spain OESTERREICHISCHE AKADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN - Austria PERIFEREIA STEREAS ELLADAS - Greece PNO CONSULTANTS BV - Netherlands RINA CONSULTING SPA - Italy SWECO GMBH - Germany TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT DELFT - Netherlands THE GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNIVERSITY - United Kingdom THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG - Hong Kong UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION - France UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND - Ireland UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW - United Kingdom UNIVERSITY OF SURREY - United Kingdom UNIVERSITY OF THE SUNSHINE COAST - Australia Severe hydro-meteorological phenomena are having a high impact in European territories and are of global concern. The science behind these phenomena is complex and advancement in knowledge proceeds with progress in data acquisition and forecasting useful for real-scenario interventions. The employment of nature-based solutions (NBS) to mitigate the impact of hydro-meteorological phenomena is not adequately demonstrated, still uncoordinated at the European level, therefore not reaching full potential. Actions to achieve highest NBS impact requires strategies to enhance societal acceptance, policy strengthening while demonstrating advantages for market development. The objective of OPERANDUM is to reduce hydro-meteorological risks in European territories through co-designed, co-developed, deployed, tested and demonstrated innovative green and blue/grey/hybrid NBS, and push business exploitation.
Formal collaboration with:
OPLON
Country:
Italy
Description:
OPLON is a project co-funded by the Ministry of Education as part of the Contract “Smart Cities and Communities and Social Innovation”. The Project intends to propose actions and methods to prevent fragility and decline and promote the health of the elderly, designing and developing tools and networks of early diagnosis and “care & cure”. The solutions will be aimed primarily at older people who are in the “risk zone”, which begin to have limitations in performing daily activities and risk of developing fragility (pre-frail), indicating appearance as a major risk factor for health. In particular, the project will develop monitoring systems and integrated models to prevent and manage the fragility and promote active aging and health in older pre-frail and frail. Specifically, we offer: services multidimensional early diagnosis, through the use of indicators physical-mental and evaluation of chronic diseases with the highest incidence services telecare and telemonitoring specific co-morbidities, to support elderly and socio-territorial health educational services and health promotion, such as value-added services, aimed at including patients pre-frail and frail. OPLON develop a technology platform “open” in access to information (eg. Open Data), “integrated” than the systems in place (eg. IEEE, HL7, IHE, …) and “distributed” in access mode and service delivery (eg. Cloud Services).
Formal collaboration with:
Università degli Studi di URBINO "Carlo BO"
Country:
Italy
Description:
In the last few years we have seen the emergence of the Social Network Site (SNS) phenomenon: Internet information sources constituted by linked data and connected users producing an extraordinary amount of heterogeneous content. Given the unprecedented availability of linked data concerning the life of hundreds of million people, the general objective of IMPACT (Information Monitoring, Propagation Analysis and Community Detection in Social Network Sites) is to study methodologies and develop techniques and tools to monitor Social Network Sites and to identify relevant structural and communication patterns. IMPACT is a national research project approved by Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (“FIRB research projects” D.D. n. 490/Ric, August 3, 2010).
Formal collaboration with:
Freie Universität Berlin
Country:
Germany
Description:
Trend Mining
Formal collaboration with:
Università degli Studi di URBINO "Carlo BO"
Country:
Italy
Description:
PRIN: Online social relations and identity: Italian experience in Social Network Sites.