Ritratto di angelo.spognardi@uniroma1.it

Associate professor

 at Computer Science Department

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Cybersecurity 10595532 2023/2024

Cybersecurity (ACSAI) - Starting date: 2nd of October

When: Monday 11-14, Wednesday 14-16

Where: Aula 1 Castro Laurenziano 7a

What: See the course details

Classroom: Link to the course

 

Practical Network Defense 10589555 2023/2024

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PROGRAMMING 10595102 2023/2024

Programming U2 (ACSAI) - Starting date: 25th of September

When: Wednesday 12-14, Friday 11-14

Where: Aula 15, 16, 17 via Tiburtina 205

What: See the course details

Classroom: Link to the course platform

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PROGRAMMING 10595102 2022/2023
Introduction to Computer Programming 1015883 2022/2023
Practical Network Defense 10589555 2022/2023
Introduction to Computer Programming 1015883 2021/2022
Practical Network Defense 10589555 2021/2022
PROGRAMMING 10595102 2021/2022
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PROGRAMMING LAB 10595103 2020/2021
Practical Network Defense 10589555 2020/2021
Introduction to Computer Programming 1015883 2020/2021
Practical Network Defense 10589555 2020/2021
Practical Network Defense 10589555 2019/2020
Introduction to Computer Programming 1015883 2019/2020
Practical Network Defense 10589555 2019/2020
Practical Network Defense 10589555 2018/2019
Introduction to Computer Programming 1015883 2018/2019
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CLOUD COMPUTING 1047205 2017/2018
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Ricevimento in studio: Venerdì mattina 10-12, consigliato appuntamento.
Ricevimento da remoto: su appuntamento.

In-person (room G29): Friday 10-12. Please ask for an appointment.
Remote: by appointment.

Angelo Spognardi has been associate professor at Computer Science department, Sapienza University of Rome, since March 2020. He has been assistant professor (RTD-B) since March 2017.

He has previously been Assistant professor at Section for Embedded Systems Engineering (ESE) Compute DTU, Technical University of Denmark, collaborating with the DTU IoT Center and the DTU Cyber Security section.

From 2012 to 2015, he has had a research fellowship at the Information Security Group of the Institute of Informatics and Telematics in Pisa, Italy, part of the Italian National Research Council (CNR). He still also actively collaborates with the Sysma group of the IMT Institute for Advanced Studies of Lucca, Italy.

From 2010 to 2012, Angelo participated to the ExTraBIRE European project, investigating on the resiliency of the Italian infrastructure and on the exterior routing protocols like BGP, in collaboration with the CASPUR consortium (the actual CINECA) as a research fellowship at Computer Science dept of Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. Here, he also investigated the security of Unattended Wireless Sensor Networks as a research fellowship between 2008 and 2009.

In 2008, Angelo was Post-doctoral researcher at INRIA Rhone-Alpes in Grenoble, France, under the supervision of prof. Claude Castelluccia. He worked within the Planète equipe, investigating the security of Wireless Sensor Networks.

He received his MSc in 2004 and his PhD in Computer Science in 2008 at the Computer Science dept. of Sapienza University of Rome, under the guidance of prof. Luigi V. Mancini. During his PhD he visited several international research center like Universitat Rovira i Virgili of Tarragona, the INRIA in Grenoble and the Computer Science dept. of UCI (University of California Irvine).

His main research activity is focused on information security. In particular: fake phenomenon in Social Media, fake content analysis within review based systems and social networks; analisys of the effects of fake information on evaluation metrics and resilient metrics; fake follower detection on Twitter; system and network security, with a particular emphasis on mobile and resource constrained devices, like Wireless Sensor Networks, mobile devices and RFID systems.

Angelo has been lecturer and assistant of several undergraduate and post-graduate courses, like Network Security, IT Security, Computer Security, Operating Systems, Programming Languages. He followed many master students during his research activity and has been in the TC committee of several international conferences. He also participated in European projects like Web-Minds (Wide-scalE, Broadband, MIddleware for Network Distributed Services) and Ubisec & Sens (Ubiquitous Sensing and Security in the European Homelands).