Marco Picone Ph.D.

Assistant Professor (RTD-B)
Department of Sciences and Methods for Engineering (DISMI)
Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

Currently I am Assistant Professor (RTD-B) in the Distributed and Pervasive Intelligence (DIPI) Group at the Department of Sciences and Methods for Engineering (DISMI) of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.

I received the Ph.D. in Information Technology and the M.Sc. (cum Laude) in Computer Engineering from the University of Parma (Italy) and I have also been Postdoctoral Research Associate at the same University from 2012 and 2015. During 2011 I was visitor student researcher in the NetOS group at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge (UK).

I Received the national qualification for Associate Professor from the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) in November 2020 (Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale II Fascia, Settore 09/H1).

My research interests include Distributed Systems, Internet of Things, Edge Computing, Digital Twins, Pervasive and Mobile Computing.

What’s New

  • 15 May 2022
    [Cfp-Open] Organizer & Chair of the "Special Session Pervasive Digital Twins in the Era of Web of Things (DT-WoT22)"
    Co-Located with IEEE 8th World Forum on Internet of Things (Link)
  • 12 December 2021
    Organizer & Chair of the "1st International Workshop on Massive Digital Twins for the Computer-Networks Evolution (TwinNets)"
    Co-Located with WoWMoM 2022 (Link)
  • 8 September 2021
    Invited Talk - M. Picone, S. Mariani - "Edge Digital Twins on MEC software architectures"
    Intel Converged Meetup - Converged Edge
    (Meetup Link)(Intel Video Link)
  • 10 July 2021
    Organizer & Chair 1st International Workshop on Internet of Things Pervasive Real-World Deployments (IoT-PROD)
    Co-Located with PerCom 2022 (Link)

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