Research Team of Fondazione INUIT is headed by Prof. Maurizio Talamo
Franco Arcieri holds a Master degree in Electronic Engineering from the University “La Sapienza” of Rome. Since 1985 he has served as an ICT consultant for several large Italian companies, and in particular as an ICT designer and developer at Telecom Italia for the national project of traffic management. He participated as Project Manager in several European Research Projects and as a Project Evaluator for European Commission. Franco worked as an IT consultant for the Authority for ICT in Italy’s Public Administrations, as a consultant for the Italian Ministry of the Interior, as a special commissioner for re-establishing real estate property data in a Italian areas with elevated criminal risk, as an IT member of the national board for statistics and IT systems of the Ministry for Agriculture, and as an evaluator of the € 50M cartography project of the Italian Finance Ministry, and as a database and cartography expert in the national board for the land register evolution. He was appointed by the Prefect of Rome as an expert on digital forensics investigations and identity theft. Franco holds several international patents in Europe, USA and Japan. Since 2003 he is member of the administrative board of Nestor and is in charge of software and IT development. Franco co-authored more than 50 papers on various ICT fields, with particular reference to IT security and distributed communications. Franco has been a lecturer on ICT Security, on Programming languages, Language and Automata Theory. Currently, he is lecturer on “Cooperative Distributed Systems” at the faculty of Engineering at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
Andrea Dimitri graduated in statistics from the University of Rome La Sapienza. Subsequently he worked for Esri Italia spa as project manager for the development of geographic information systems. In his current position at Nestor Andrea focuses on research and development in the area of IT security. He is project manager in the area of network analysis and anomaly detection in distributed information systems. He authored more than 13 scientific papers in data analysis, and is a lecturer on the ‘Security of Information Systems’ and ‘Statistical Inference and Information Theory’ at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.
Dr. Christian Schunck
Dr. Christian Schunck obtained his Ph.D. in Physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA in 2008. Subsequently Dr. Schunck worked for The Boston Consulting GmbH in Munich, Germany as a consultant. In 2009 he joined Nestor focusing on research and development in the area of IT security in particular identity management and the validation of electronic transactions. Christian coordinated the business and regulatory work package of the SSEDIC thematic network. As a researcher he published more than 25 papers, including seven papers in Nature and Science. His publications have received more than 4000 citations. Christian is a lecturer on “Multi agent systems” at the faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Natural Science of the University of Rome Tor Vergata.