Stefano Mariani's (Academic) Curriculum Vitae

Stefano Mariani's (Academic) Curriculum Vitae

Personal Info

  • Name: Stefano Mariani
  • Place & Date of Birth: Forlì (FC), Italy, 12/03/1987
  • Office address 1: Room 5, 2nd floor, Via Sacchi, 3 - 47521, Cesena (FC) Italy
  • Office address 2: APICe Lab, Via Venezia, 52 - 47521, Cesena (FC) Italy
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After working as a research collaborator with a grant funded by the EU-FP7 SAPERE Project, I am now a Ph.D. student at the Doctoral School in Computer Science and Engineering of the Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna, Italy. In the last two years, I worked as a Lecturer at the Alma Mater for the courses of "Concurrent and Distributed Programming" and "Distributed Systems". My research interests mostly deal with coordination models and technologies, self-organisation and formal models, where I have already published several papers at international conferences. I am currently responsible for the maintenance and development of the TuCSoN coordination middleware.


  • Ph.D. student (3-years grant starting from January 1st 2012) in Computer Science at the Doctoral School in Computer Science and Engineering offered by the Alma Mater Studiorum – Universita` di Bologna.
  • Research collaborator in the same Faculty from April 2012 to December 2012, with annual grant partially funded by the SAPERE Project (supervisors: Professors Mirko Viroli and Andrea Omicini)
  • Lecturer in the same Faculty for the Laurea Magistralis course in Concurrent and Distributed Programming, held by Professor Alessandro Ricci
  • Lecturer in the same Faculty for the Laurea Magistralis course in Distributed Systems, held by Professor Andrea Omicini
  • Master Degree in Computer Science Engineering earned at the II Faculty of Engineering of Cesena, Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna with the grade of 107 out of 110 and fulfilling the regular Master Degree deadline of 5 years (enrolled in September 2006, graduated in December 2011). Dissertation title was Molecules of knowledge: a new approach to knowledge production, management and consumption, in which I discuss a self-organising approach based upon biochemical tuple spaces coordination abstraction as a solution to nowadays issues regarding knowledge-intensive scenarios, with a focus over news management systems.

Full CV

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— projects


— research

MoK  |  ReSpecT  |  TuCSoN  |  TU Wien Stuff

— teaching

IFTS 2019/2020  |  IFTS 2018/2019  |  IFTS 2015/2016  |  Distributed Systems   |  Concurrent and Distributed Programming

— software

ReSpecT  |  TuCSoN  |  T4J  |  T4Jn

— suggested readings

Academic Readings  |  Personal Readings