Digital technologies developed as a result of R&D conducted in italian & foreign universities
Social innovation through conscious use of digital technologies.
Alessandro Aldini is an associate professor in Computer Scienze at the University of Urbino Carlo Bo. He tends to verification and modelling of software systems, with particular interests towards aspects of reliability, performance, security and trust.
Ph.D. in Complexity Science. Algorithms enthusiast, machine learning greenhorn, dangerously shortsighted. Full-time mountaineer wannabe.
Gian Marco Di Francesco
During my bicycle races (yep, I was a bicycle racer) I started studying how to create mobile applications, mainly with Flutter. This hobby brought me to get a Degree in Applied Computer Science at the University of urbino, and then start working with DIGIT srl.
Fabio Giglietto, PhD, is an associate professor at the Department of Communication Sciences, Humanities and International Studies at the University of Urbino Carlo Bo. A full, up-to-date list of publications is available at https://goo.gl/pbXyBd.
Cuno Lorenz Klopfenstein
Master’s degree in Computer Science, Ph.D. in Complexity Science. Web devotee, open source diehard, board game enthusiast, part-time drummer, full-time procrastinator.
Ex student of ‘Informatica Applicata’ at the Uversity of Urbino, now an intern programmer at Digit. Passionate for mobile development, I work on the development of the CodyColor Multiplayer project for the spin-off.
I’m a curious humanist and devoted to change. In complex contexts, for UniUrb I cultivate young imprenditorial talents and support the birth of research spin-offs; as a freelance I accompany the Agile transformation of mature companies.
Computer science consultant and IT programmer, he digitalizes whatever he can. Mobile & full-stack developer, other that being a paperwork keeper. In his free time he’s also a guitarist, sound tech, gamer and CrossFit enthusiast.
He teaches Finance sciences and Analysis and evaluation of public politics. His research activity is centered on public politics, theory of local public services and evaluation theory, on the economical analysis of law and immigration politics.
Raffaella Servadei is an associate professor of Mathematical Analysis at the University of Urbino Carlo Bo since 2015. Her research activity resides in the study of equations to partial derivatives and their applications.
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