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Bio

I graduated at the Computer Science Department (DI) of the University of Milano; my graduation thesis was about concurrency and domain theory, and it was titled Automi concorrenti e teoria dei domini ("Concurrent Automata and Domain Theory"; advisors: Prof. Nicoletta Sabadini and Felice Cardone).
I thereafter attended the Ph.D. Program of Computer Science (VIII cycle) and I received my Ph.D. with a dissertation titled Measurement and Approximation of Infinite Structures via Tolerance Spaces (advisors: Prof. Felice Cardone, Manfred Droste, Nicoletta Sabadini).
Presently I am full professor at the Computer Science Department of the University of Milano.
My current research interests
Distributed systems, anonymity
Sense of direction
Models of computation over the reals
Concurrency theory
Applied graph theory
Web crawling and indexing
Web graphs