Enrico Denti received his master degree cum laude in Electronic Engineering in December 1991, received his PhD in Computer Engineering in 1998, and has been in force at the Alma Mater since 2000, first as a Research Associate (2000-2004), then as an Associate Professor (2004-current). He is currently in force at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (DISI).
He has co-authored over 80 publications in international and national journals, books, conferences and workshops, with over 1500 citations; has (co-)supervised Ph.D students and post-doc researchers, and collaborated to several national and international research projects. Between the 2015 and 2017 he has been the scientific referent of the Bologna unit of the BISON European project (H2020).
His main research lines concern Multi-paradigm programming & software engineering, Programming languages and infrastructures, Legal informatics, Coordination models, languages and infrastructures, Multi-Agent Systems (MAS), Internet of Things & Smart Home (IoT).
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