My research interests include distributed computing, object-oriented distributed programming, fault-tolerance, peer-to-peer and gossip protocols. My main goal is to develop protocols and systems that survive: to failures, to dynamism, to adversarial environments.
Recently, however, I’ve started to publish on a completely different subject: machine learning applied to graphs.
|Network representation learning||2016–2019||Zekarias Kefato and Nasrullah Sheikh|
|Wikipedia Analysis||2017–2019||Cristian Consonni|
|Distributed Analysis of Large-Scale Graphs||2013–2016||Alessio Guerrieri and Sabeur Aridhi|
|P2P vs Cloud||2011–2016||Luca Abeni, Hannah Kavalionak|
|Decentralized online social networks||2011–2014||Gian Pietro Picco and Giuliano Mega|
|Autonomic Security||2009–2011||Gian Paolo Jesi and Renato Lo Cigno|
|Distributed Optimization||2008–2010||Marco Biazzini|
|Gossip||2003–2014||Mark Jelasity, Ozalp Babaoglu, Gian Paolo Jesi|
|Distributed Swarms||2002–2003||Ozalp Babaoglu and Hein Meling|
|Group Communication||1998–2003||Ozalp Babaoglu and Hein Meling|