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AGCI Workshop Participation
November 30, 2015 to December 05, 2015
Dr. Emanuele Bellini Ph.D. is a researcher and project manager at UNIFI: MS Degree in Communication Science cum laude at University of Siena. Doctorate in Telematics and Information Society at University of Florence. He is coordinator of RESOLUTE EU project on Resilience of Urban Mobility Infrastructures and European Resilience Management Guidelines for Critical Infrastructures. He was lecturer in Humanistic Computing and Database & Programming languages at University of Florence. He is involved as a Coordinator/WP/stream leader in several EU funded research projects like RESOLUTE, DPE, ECLAP, APARSEN, SHARES, JamTODAY, CloudSoket, Europeana Fashion, DIG-Curv, etc. on several domain as: Critical Infrastructures Protection, Open Innovation, Open Government, Game desing, Digital Preservation, Business Processes, etc.
He is also technical coordinator of the Italian National Bibliography Number (NBN) service for Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Innovation Consultant for small and large ICT companies. He is full member of the PIN-MOSIS laboratory on Statistical Information System and Knowledge Management with a focus on knowledge driven risk management and government data quality (EXPO2015 open data, soldipubblici.gov.it) .
He is member several standardization groups within the IETF (URN, NBN, ISBN, et.,) and president of LOGOS-RI a multidisciplinary research association on augmented humanity with a particular attention on disabilities.
He is expert in Human Reliability, Cognitive Science, Human-Machine Interaction, Risk perception, Resilience Engeenering, GIS, Data Quality, Data preservation, Knowledge Management and Linked Open Data.
AGCI has become an intellectual proving ground, a ferment for new ideas and concepts, and a place where the different disciplines actually talk, and progress. Hal Harvey
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