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Full Professors

Pietro Camarda
Gennaro Boggia
Alfredo Grieco

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Assistant Professors

Giuseppe Piro
Domenico Striccoli

Ph.D. Students

Paolo Benedetti
Sergio Martiradonna
Vittoria Musa
Arcangela Rago
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Awais Shah
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Giovanni Iacovelli
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Giancarlo Sciddurlo
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Antonio Petrosino
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Simona Massari
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Nicholas Mirizzi
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Francesco Vista

Research Assistants

Giovanni Grieco
Carmine Tarsia

Technical Assistants

Ilenia Mancini
Fabiana Piacente
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iaffaldano

Research Assistant in Telecommunications at Politecnico di Bari
Department of Electrical and Information Engineering
Telematics Research Group
Address: v. Orabona, 4 - 70125 Bari (Italy)
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Biography

)Giuseppe Iaffaldano holds a bachelor's and master's degree in computer science, both strongly oriented towards software engineering. Giuseppe presented a master's degree thesis born from the collaboration between the COLLAB laboratory of the University of Bari and Informatici Senza Frontiere (ONLUS), based on the development of a tool for the inclusion of deaf subjects in public events. The thesis won the 2016-2017 ETIC award funded by Rotary and AICA.
Giuseppe holds a PhD in Computer Science achieved at the University of Bari with a research project focused on the analysis of success factors in online creative collaborations, supervised by the manager and researchers of the COLLAB laboratory.
During the entire academic experience, Giuseppe developed technical skills and several transversals and soft skills due to many years of experience as a representative of students and doctoral candidates; doctoral schools and scientific conferences in which he participated also presenting his own publications, and also thanks to the 6 months of research done at Northern Arizona University (Flagstaff, AZ - USA).

Research Interests

Social Computing. Human-Computer Interaction, Software Defined Networks.

Publications

TBAS

Thanks to: Aurora, Christian, Daniele & Piero