Vincenzo De Florio is a post-doctoral researcher with the MOSAIC (formerly, PATS) research group of the University of Antwerp and the iMinds research institute. There he is responsible for the MOSAIC’ task force on adaptive-and-dependable systems, namely software, devices, and services that are built so as to sustain an agreed-upon quality-of-service and quality-of-experience despite the occurrence of potentially significant and sudden changes or failures in their infrastructures and environments.
Vincenzo De Florio received in 2013 the prestigious IBM Faculty Award for innovative research. In 2014 he was invited speaker at the SERENE 2014 Workshop and at the iMinds SuperMinds event (a video of his presentation is available here). This year he is invited speaker for WCCS15, the Third World Conference on Complex Systems.
Vincenzo has published three books (one as author, two as editor), 28 journal papers, 3 book chapters, and 88 conference papers. His H-index is 17 (Google Scholar). He is member of several program committees for international conferences and workshops. He was co-founder and co-organizer of the international workshop ADAMUS (on Adaptive and DependAble Mobile Ubiquitous Systems), for which he also served as co-chair in its third and fifth editions. He is co-inventor of a European/US patent. Vincenzo was co-proposer and local team leader of project ARFLEX (Adaptive Robots for FLEXible manufacturing systems, IST-NMP2-016680) and is co-proposer and local team leader of the iMinds project "Little Sister" (started in January 2013). Vincenzo is the Editor-in-chief of IJARAS, the International Journal of Adaptive, Resilient and Autonomic Systems.
Vincenzo launched and is chair of ANTIFRAGILE - the International Workshop on Computational Antifragility and Antifragile Engineering, now in its second edition. Moreover, he is co-chair of the Cloud Computing track of ANT 2015, the 6th International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies.
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