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Curriculum Vitae
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Claudio Di Ciccio
[email protected]
Sex Male | Date of birth 08/08/1982 | Nationality Italian
WORK EXPERIENCE
07/2013–Present
Project Staff Member (Post-Doc) [GET Service European FP7 Research Project]
Vienna University of Economics and Business, Institute for Information Business
Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna (Austria)
Cooperating in the realization of a complex event processing framework, within a project aiming at the
enhancement of logistic processes, from the viewpoint of their ecological impact and efficiency.
Main research areas involved: Process Mining, Complex Event Processing, Big Data Analysis,
Machine Learning.
12/2008–10/2011
Analyst and designer [SM4All European FP7 Research Project]
Sapienza, University of Rome, Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering
Via Ariosto, 25, 00185 Rome (Italy)
Cooperating in the realization of an automatic service composition and planning engine, within a
project whose aim is to realize a service-oriented human-centered middleware platform, able to
manage domotic smart devices networks and thus assist users, even with disabilities, to complete
their customized tasks.
Main research areas involved: Automated Service Composition, Service-Oriented Computing,
Distributed Sensor Networks.
Business or sector Education
01/2009–06/2013
Teaching assistant
Sapienza, University of Rome, Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering
Via Ariosto, 25, 00185 Rome (Italy)
Teaching assistance (tutoring) for the Master courses “Service-Oriented Architectures”, “Seminars in
Software and Services”.
Business or sector Education
01/2005–09/2008
Teaching assistant
Sapienza, University of Rome, Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering
Via Ariosto, 25, 00185 Rome (Italy)
Teaching assistance (tutoring) for the Bachelor course “Progettazione del Software 1”.
Business or sector Education
03/2007–08/2009
Analyst, designer, programmer [SemplificAZIONE project]
Sapienza, University of Rome, Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering
Via Ariosto, 25, 00185 Rome (Italy)
Creating a new distributed application for on-line management and monitoring of dossiers at Province
of Latina, wrapping a legacy system already in use.
Main research areas involved: Accessible Web Development, Business Process Management,
Service-Oriented Architectures.
Business or sector Education
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Curriculum Vitae
03/2006–09/2006
Claudio Di Ciccio
Analyst, designer, programmer [Catalog Browsing Project, DELOS Network]
Sapienza, University of Rome, Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering
Via Ariosto, 25, 00185 Rome (Italy)
Making a new application for digital libraries catalogs accessing, through vocal-driven sessions over
mobile devices. Human-Centered Design and Agile Methodologies were adopted together during the
system development.
Business or sector Education
12/2005–05/2006
Webmaster, graphic designer
Sapienza, University of Rome, Department of Mathematical Methods and Models for Applied
Sciences
Via Scarpa, 16, 00161 Rome (Italy)
Designing graphics for printing material, logos and official website of “New Trends in Mathematical
Methods for Engineers” symposium.
Business or sector Education
11/2004–09/2008
Analyst, designer, programmer [UnEMS project]
Sapienza, University of Rome, Latina
Via Doria, 5, 04100 Latina (Italy)
Developing and mantaining a university web-based system for teachers and administrators to publish
examination sessions (which students might remotely sign up to), public notifications and lessons
timetables. It has been actively used for four years by the University staff.
Business or sector Education
03/2009–02/2010
Analyst, designer, programmer [ACRAdev project]
EXALTECH S.r.l.
Traversa di strada Minturnae, 9, 04010 Fraz. B.go Montello, Latina (Italy)
Producing an application for making cash flow projections on the basis of customisable complex
calculus rules and probability vectors, that had to be applied over insurance companies’ data.
Business or sector Financial and insurance activities
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
November 2009–October 2013
Ph.D. in Computer Science [Ingegneria Informatica]
EQF level 8
SAPIENZA - University of Rome, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Process Mining (expert); Business Process Management (expert); Automated Services Composition
(expert); Human-Computer Interaction (expert); Model Checking (knowledgeable); Software
Architectures (expert).
09/2005–12/2008
Master of Science in Computer Engineering [Laurea Specialistica in
Ingegneria Informatica, 110 / 110 cum laude]
EQF level 7
SAPIENZA - Università di Roma
Via Eudossiana, 18 IT-00184 Rome (Italy)
Distributed applications modelling, design and programming; components modelling and development
(expert); formal techniques in software engineering (expert); web-services design and development;
accessibility matters in web interfaces, XML management (expert); service composition;
conversational web services modelling, management and implementation (expert); ontologies
(knowledgeable); computational complexity classes, approximation algorithms (expert); probability
calculus and mathematical models (knowleadgeable).
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Curriculum Vitae
09/2001–10/2005
Claudio Di Ciccio
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering [Laurea di Primo
Livello in Ingegneria Informatica, 110 / 110 cum laude]
EQF level 6
SAPIENZA - Università di Roma
Via Doria, 3 IT-04100 Latina (Italy)
Human-centered design (expert); object-oriented design, Java programming and UML modelling
(expert); web programming (expert); formal languages, models and computational complexity
(expert).
PERSONAL SKILLS
Mother tongue(s)
Italian
Other language(s)
UNDERSTANDING
SPEAKING
WRITING
Listening
Reading
Spoken interaction
Spoken production
English
C1
C2
C1
C1
German
A1
C1
Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE), Council of Europe Level C1
A1
A1
A1
A1
Levels: A1/A2: Basic user - B1/B2: Independent user - C1/C2: Proficient user
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
Communication skills
Organisational / managerial skills
Good presentation skills, supported by presentations at conferences, symposia, workshops, seminars,
lectures, research project meetings, European project reviews. Good team spirit, thanks to the several
work groups I participated in. Good ability to collaborate with external professionals, gained through
the academic experience.
I experienced the importance of both personal and inter-group tasks organisation and scheduling,
thanks to the Ph.D. programm and to the research projects I have participated in.
Job-related skills
Thanks to the experience gained in the writing of research articles, papers, reports, deliverables,
during my academic activity, I am an expert in the usage of LaTeX for writing scientific texts, and R for
processing and plotting data.Thanks to the passion for programming and learning new coding
languages, and to the projects I was involved in, I have a deep knowledge in: XML*, my biggest
addiction, along with related or derived languages (XML-Schema, XSLT, XSL-FO, XQuery, XForms,
XPath and WSDL for Web Services) and APIs (SAX, DOM, JAXB, FOP); web related matters and
languages, both server-side (HTML, PHP, JSP) and client-side (CSS, Javascript, AJAX framework,
jQuery); Java, both Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition, related frameworks (EJB, JPA); Web
Services matters, including implementation in Java (JAX-WS) and usage through Java and PHP
clients; SQL and EJB QL.
Computer skills
Installation, usage and maintenance of operating systems such as GNU/Linux (expert in Ubuntu /
Debian); usage of MAC OS and Microsoft Operating Systems (knoledgeable); DBMSs usage, such
as MySQL (expert), PostgreSQL, SQLite (knowledgeable); application servers usage, such as JBoss
AS (expert); Apache HTTP Server usage (knowledgeable); programming IDEs utilisation, such as
Eclipse, NetBeans, Emacs (expert); office tools, such as OpenOffice.org, Microsoft Office
(knowledgeable); graphic editing tools, either provided with a graphical user interface, such as
Photoshop, Inkscape, Gimp (expert), Adobe Illustrator (knowledgeable), or command-line based, such
as ImageMagick (expert); audio editing tools such as Cubase, Nuendo and Logic (expert).
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Projects
▪ GET (Green European Transport) Service Project (European Union’s Seventh Framework
Programme)
▪ SM4All (Smart hoMes For All) Project (European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme)
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Curriculum Vitae
Publications
Claudio Di Ciccio
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Marrella, A., Russo, M., “Knowledge-Intensive Processes: Characteristics,
Requirements and Analysis of Contemporary Approaches”. Article, published in Journal on Data
Semantics. April 2014.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., “Mining Artful Processes from Knowledge Workers’ Emails”. Article,
published in IEEE Internet Computing - Special Issue of Dynamic Collaborative Work. September
2013.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., “Studies on the Discovery of Declarative Control Flows from Error-prone
Data”. Full paper, presented at SIMPDA 2013. Riva del Garda, Italy. 30 August, 2013.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., “A Two-Step Fast Algorithm for the Automated Discovery of Declarative
Workflows”. Full paper, presented at CIDM 2013. Singapore. 16-19 April 2013.
▪ De Giacomo, G., Di Ciccio, C., Felli, P., Hu, Y., Mecella, M., “Goal-based Composition of Stateful
Services for Smart Homes”. Full paper, presented at CoopIS 2012. Rome, Italy. 12-14 September
2012.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Marrella, A., Russo, A., “Knowledge-intensive Processes: An Overview of
Contemporary Approaches”. Full paper, presented at KiBP 2012. Rome, Italy. 15 June 2012.
▪ Caruso, M., Di Ciccio, C., Iacomussi, E., Kaldeli, E., Lazovik, A., Mecella, M., “Service Ecologies for
Home/Building Automation”. Full paper at SyRoCo 2012. Dubrovnik, Croatia. 5-7 September 2012.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., “Mining Constraints for Artful Processes”. Full paper, presented at BIS
2012. Vilnius, Lithuania. 21-23 May 2012.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., Scannapieco, M., Zardetto, D., Catarci, T., “MailOfMine — Analyzing Mail
Messages for Mining Artful Collaborative Processes”. Extended paper, published in SIMPDA 2011
post-conference proceedings.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., Catarci, T., “Representing and Visualizing Mined Artful Processes in
MailOfMine”. Short paper, presented at [email protected] Graz, Austria. 24-26 November
2011.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., Caruso, M., Forte, V., Iacomussi, E., Rasch, K., Santucci, G., Tino, G.,
“The Homes of Tomorrow: Service Composition and Advanced User Interfaces”. Article, published
in ICST Transactions on Ambient Systems.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., Scannapieco, M., Zardetto, D., Catarci, T., “MailOfMine — Analyzing Mail
Messages for Mining Artful Collaborative Processes”. Full paper, presented at SIMPDA 2011.
Campione d'Italia, Italy. 28 June - 1st of July, 2011.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., Scannapieco, M., Zardetto, D., “Groupware Mail Messages Analysis for
Mining Collaborative Processes”. Poster at SEBD 2011. Maratea, Italy. 26-29 June 2011.
▪ Catarci, T., Di Ciccio, C., Forte, V., Iacomussi, E., Mecella, M., Santucci, G., Tino, G., “Service
Composition and Advanced User Interfaces in the Home of Tomorrow: the SM4All Approach”. Full
paper, presented at Ambi-Sys 2011. Oporto, Portugal. 24-25 March 2011.
▪ Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., Scannapieco, M., Zardetto, D., Catarci, T., “Groupware Mail Messages
Analysis for Mining Collaborative Processes” Technical report del DIS Antonio Ruberti, Sapienza –
Università di Roma. January 2011.
▪ De Masellis, R., Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., Patrizi, F., “Smart Home Planning Programs”. Full paper
at ICSSSM 10. Tokyo, Japan. 26-28 June 2010
▪ Baldoni, R., Di Ciccio, C., Mecella, M., Patrizi, F., Querzoni, L., Santucci, G., et al., “An Embedded
Middleware Platform for Pervasive and Immersive Environments for-All”. Poster at IEEE SECON
2009. Roma, Italy. 22-26 June 2009.
Memberships
Member of the W3C RDF Stream Processing Community Group.
Member of the following Program Committees: Special Session on Process Mining at the 2014 IEEE
World Congress on Computational Intelligence (IEEE WCCI 2014); 17th International Conference on
Information Quality (ICIQ 2012); 1st International Workshop on Knowledge-intensive Business
Processes (KiBP 2012).
Reviewer for: AVI 2010, AVI 2012, BPM 2011, BPM 2012, BPM 2013, BPMDS 2014, CEC 2014,
CIDM 2013, CoopIS 2012, CoopIS 2013, FASE 2014, ICST Transactions on Ambient Systems 2011,
JNCA 2012, KiBP 2013, SIGMOD 2011, SOCA 2012, SOCA 2013, SOCA 2014.
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