Leonardo Querzoni

Assistant Professor
Project Manager
+39 06 77274057
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Short Biography: 

Leonardo Querzoni is an assistant professor at University of Rome "La Sapienza". He obtained a PhD in in computer engineering from the same institution with a work on efficient data dissemination though the publish/subscribe communication paradigm. In the recent past he published several peer-reviewed papers in various computer-science fields including large scale and dynamic distributed systems, publish/subscribe data diffusion, wireless and sensor networks.

He has been invited to chair the student forum for the 7th European Dependable Computing Conference; he serves in the technical program committees of many conferences in the field of dependability, event-based communications and autonomic systems (DSN, EDCC, DEBS, Autonomics), and he regularly serves as a reviewer for international conferences and journals of his research areas.

Being part of the MIDLAB research group, he is currently involved in several international EU-funded projects dealing with the protection of critical financial infrastructures (CoMiFin project) and with dependability and performance in smart-space enabled environments (SM4All, eDIANA and SOFIA projects).

His teaching duties include yearly courses on distributed systems and computer programming.

Projects list: 
  • DMI - Digital Market Intelligence