Focus on several areas in computer science: information systems and database technology (specifically on active rules, view management, data warehouses, workflow management systems), Web technology (data intensive Web sites, XML) and information security (security for databases, access control for XML and Web services, secure reputation in P2P networks, data outsourcing, privacy).
Dario Facchinetti is a Ph.D. student at Università degli Studi di Bergamo since October 2018. He likes to spend time inside the Emacs ecosystem, programming and learning about security.
Matthew Rossi is a PhD student at Università degli Studi di Bergamo. His work focuses on mobile systems security, policy management and privacy in data market scenarios. He loves to solve problems and engage with projects that require him to learn new things.
Gianluca Oldani is a PhD student at Università degli Studi di Bergamo since October 2020. The main focuses of his work are distributed/decentralized system, policy management and privacy in data market scenarios. He enjoys experimenting various web frameworks and solving competitive programming problems. His non-work interests are videogames and role-playing games.
Enrico Bacis is a former post-doctoral researcher with Università degli Studi di Bergamo. His work focuses on computer security, mostly investigating the integration of security features in ( mobile | cloud | database ) systems, policy management and privacy of outsourced data. He now works as a Research Software Engineer with Google Zurich in the Applied Privacy Research team. His non-work interests range widely, from programming languages, to security CTFs, to playing drums. He loves to solve problems, learn new things and discuss them with interesting people.
Marco Rosa has been a researcher with Università degli Studi di Bergamo since September 2015 and a PhD student since October 2016. His research interests focus on cloud security, mobile security (especially Android malwares and system security policies), and Python programming. From July 2018 to December 2018, he spent 5 months at SAP Labs France where he contributed to the implementation of a policy model regulating the usage of datasets in machine learning operations.
Simone Mutti is a former post-doctoral researcher at Università degli Studi di Bergamo. His research interests are in the area of OS security, privacy, and data management, with particular consideration of access control in emerging scenario. From August 2014 to November 2014, he spent 3 months as a Visiting PhD in the Computer Security Group at University of California - Santa Barbara, under the supervision of professors Christopher Kruegel and Giovanni Vigna where he contributed to the implementation of a new infrastructure for the detection of Android malware.
We would also like to thank all the alumni who collaborated to our projects. A special mention to: Marco Abbadini, Marco Adobati, Riccardo Allegri, Marco Arrigoni, Giorgio Balduzzi, Matteo Balicco, Michele Beretta, Davide Bernasconi, Jacopo Boffelli, Amine Bikhtancer, Davide Bottarelli, Brian Caglioni, Luca Calomeni, Federico Carne, Ivo Carminati, Paolo Carrara, Andrea Cattaneo, Stefano Cattaneo, Valentina Centurelli, Marco Cereda, Davide Cesani, Simone Ciocca, Simone Colombi, Stefano Colombo, Lorenzo Conti, Alessandro Copler, Michele Coretti, Antonio Cosseddu, Samuele Ferri, Gianluca Flaccadori, Andrea Galiani, Alberto Gambarara, Stefano Ghisleni, Luca Ghislotti, Stefano Giannattasio, Michele Giovanelli, Kevin Gotti, Laura Gozzi, Daniele Gregis, Locatelli Michele, Locatelli Nicholas, Sara Locatelli, Luca Lorenzi, Isaac Maffeis, Gianluca Maffioletti, Fabio Mandalari, Giada Mariani, Alessio Moraschini, Giovanni Nava, Simone Opreni, Andrea Paganessi, Umberto Paramento, Andrea Patelli, Gabriele Paris, Enrico Pedemonti, Simona Piazzi, Andrea Previtali, Daniele Ravasio, Daniel Rinaldi, Mauro Riva, Fabio Sangregorio, Francesco Strazzante, Matteo Stucchi, Leonardo Tasca, Toure Pape Alpha, Davide Vimercati, Gianluca Viganò, Stefano Villa, Michele Zanchi, Matteo Zambelli and Youssef Zraiba.