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Maurelio Boari

Professor emeritus

Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna

Adjunct professor

Department of Electrical, Electronic, and Information Engineering "Guglielmo Marconi"

Curriculum vitae

Maurelio Boari, born in Ferrara (Italy) in 1938, received his Laurea degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bologna in 1963.

In november1980, Maurelio Boari became Full Professor of “Calcolatori Elettronici ”(ING-INF/05) within the Engineering Faculty at the University of Bologna.

His Academic activity has been within the Department of Electrical Engineering, Computer, and System Science (DEIS).

Maurelio Boari spent study and research periods at several Institutions, such as Berkeley University (USA), London Polytechnic (London), Yorktown IBM Research Centre (USA), and Gainesville University (USA).

He has been and he is deeply involved in institutional duties, within the Faculty, Department, and University of belonging.

In particular, he has been head of DEIS from 1982 to 1988, Coordinator of the “Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria Informatica ” from 1995 to 1998.

He is a member of the steering committee of the Doctorate of Electronics, Computer Science and Telecommunications and from 1995 he is Rector Delegate for University information systems.

He has been chairman of GII (Italian Engineering Computer Science Group) from 1989 to 1997, vice president of AICA (Italian Association of Computer Science) from1982 to 1985 and member of AICA national council since then.

In the period from 1982 to 1985 he has been Italian delegate at European community in the field of Real Time Informatics.

Maurelio Boari has participated and coordinated several projects promoted by local organizations with industrial funding, where the involved industries are local, national, and international ones.


Scientific activity

The research activity of Maurelio Boari, documented by around 100 papers published in International Journal and magazines, and in International and National Conferences and workshop, has been mainly related to the study of models and languages for concurrent programming,

with particular reference to programming languages and tools to describe and control parallelism in the applications. Moreover, his scientific interest has investigated the areas of operating system for distributed systems and of architectural support for mobile multimodal systems.

He is author of two books in the fields of operating system and concurrent and distributed programming.

Within his scientific areas of interest, he has taken part to several research projects funded by Italian Organizations, such as Research Ministry, CNR, and international ones, such as Esprit projects founded by European Community.

Recently, he has been responsible of a regional project in the field of mobile multimodal services



Teaching activity


Advanced operating systems, second level degree of Computer Engineering

Network models and applications, second level degree of Telecommunications Engineering

Managing technological innovation in the context of public administrations , Master Alma Graduate School.

-past courses

Basic Operating Systems , first level degree of Computer Engineering

Computer System programming , Old computer Engineering degree (first year)

Operational Research, Old computer Engineering degree (last year)

Introduction to computers systems , Master MTI, Alma Graduate School.

Operating Systems principles , within an e-learning based degree, distance learning Diploma of Computer Engineering- Consorzio Nettuno.


He also contributed to the design and realization of several Master courses both related to his area of interests and also with interdisciplinary goals.












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