On top of working with the wonderful ICT4G team, I supervise PhD, MSc, and BSc students. The distinction is not so sharp, since students are embedded in the group and several students joined the group for long periods.

Sorted by first name and possibly incomplete, this is a list of people who graduated under my supervision:

Damiano Stoffie

  • (2018): A conversational agent for coaching.

Ratib Assma

  • (2017): A Survey of the Ecological Footprint computation methods for Organizations

Gianluca Perin

  • (2016): Adaptation of the PMBOK to ICT4D projects

Giorgio Bertagnolli

  • (2016): Analysis of data related to individual food waste collected in a middle-school Canteen

Deborah Iori

  • (2017): Development of a dashboard for the GasAPP and analysis of the actual behevior of member of a Buyer’s Group

Davide Da Rech

  • (2015): A web application for exchanging books

Andrea Bontempelli

  • (2014): Extending BringTheFood to notify by SMS

Claudio Frigo

  • (): Strengthening of the PHPSecinfo Application

Andrea Ferlini

  • (2016): Development of a Payment System for the GasAPP

Michele Bof

  • (2015): Development of ZeroSpreco, a rails application to measure waste in cantees

Michele Efisio Argiolas

  • (2015): Development of a mobile client for the GAS application

Ilse Grau

  • (2015): Methodologies and processes to simplify the development and re-engineering of legacy systems

Martino Secchi

  • (2014): Mappo, an application to display project portfolios on a timeline and on a map

Ali Al-Shammari

  • (2014): Interoperability of verification systems for e-voting

Maria Elena Covi

  • (2014): Mapping of current practices and improvement proposals to the agile process used by the SIMA group

Andrea Bontempelli

  • (2014): SMS gateways for BringTheFood

Giulia Petronella

  • (2014): Pilot in an Italian middle school to compute the Ecological Footprint

Roberto Zen

  • (2014): Automatic test generation in Ruby on Rails

Aaron Ciaghi

  • (2013): Extension to the CMMI for ICT4D project.
  • (2010): Semantic annotation of laws and traceability of the lifecycle of laws
  • (2006): Methodology for formally linking laws and procedures

Lorenzo Rigato

  • (2015): Development and experimentation of QuantoSpreco, a mobile app to reduce domestic waste
  • (2013): A social network for food donations

Lorenzo Waldner

  • Analysis and comparison of environments for cross-platform development of mobile apps (2013):

Riccardo Marconcini

  • (2013): Analysis and evaluation of online participation tools

Sabrina Rizzon

  • (2013): Analysis and re-engeneering of FBK business processes related to the management of PhD students

Giulio Tomasi

  • (2013): Analysis and re-engeneering of FBK business processes related to the management of PhD students

Birhanu Mekuria Eshete

  • (2013): Analysid, characterization and automatic detection of malicious websites

Laura Scuccato

  • (2013): Business re-engineering proposal for a Brazilian Cooperative proving support to fruit producers, with the goal of focusing activities and improving sustainability of the NGO

Riccardo Minati,

  • (2012): Analysis of techniques to reduce food waste along the food-distribution chain

Michele Fogarolli

  • (2012): Design and implementation of CRATO, a collaborative tool for risk assessment

Kamrul Hasan

  • (2012): Project management tool in which it is possible to generate the project document repository from its plan (it works for software intensive projects, in which most if not all deliverables are digital)

Andrea Zambelli Bais

  • (2012): Analysis of social relationships in the network and their visualization

Andrea Nodari

  • (2012): Development and experimentation of Comebutta, a web-app which uses machine learning techniques to automatically classify garbage

Iniobong Thomas

  • (2011): Interactive tools to visualize analyses about metrics for laws

Andrea Dalla Valle

  • (2011): Analysis of the Italian body of laws using a quantitative approach derived from software metrics for object oriented systems

Rashedul Hasan

  • (2011): Security assessment with the CORAS methodology of the Vaccination Reminder System used in Bangladesh

Valentino Sartori

  • (2011): Analysis of open source projects, to understand if certain project structures and characteristics are correlated to higher quality software

Eduardo Ali

  • (2010): Overview of tools supporting SCRUM and implementation of a demo

Alberto Munenda

  • (2010): One-stop-shop solutions adopted in various countries to understand their applicability in developing countries

Pinki Meggi

  • PNAEQApp: a web-based information system for external quality assessment of blood tests in Mozambique (2015):

Komminist Sisai Weldemariam

  • (2009): Procedural security and assessment of e-voting systems

Andrea Manica

  • (2007): Implemenation of a tool to generate graphs to overlay to Google Earth during his MSc. Used to present electoral results
  • (2003): Automatic generation of documentation from Rational Rose models

Francesca Longo

  • (2007): Analysis of what metrics better predict change traffic in software systems

Mirko Perillo

  • (2006): Modeling of various voting procedures in UML

Andrea Mattioli

  • (2006): Analysis of various e-voting procedures and systems

Fabiano Dalpiaz

  • (2005): Analysis of various software metrics of legacy software systems in place in a local company to understand what features are more closely related to the motivations of project managers

Antonio Zandonai

  • (2002): Tool to support functional analysts in modeling business processes in UML and generating CRUD matrices from models

Giordano Adami

  • (2002): Development of a tool to support specification and automatic synthesis of controllers of critical system

Marco Roveri

  • (1997): Automation of abstraction techniques in ABSFOL, an interactive theorem prover

Silvia Tomasi

  • Implementation of a compiler from State Machines to Java and NuSMV code, to perform automatic analysis of the core logic of an eVoting system. (2006):

Paolo Gozzer

  • Development of a portal colleting the main eVoting experiences (2006):