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Qualifica: Ricercatore
Email: stefano.cresci@iit.cnr.it
Telefono: +39 050 315 8272
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Fax: +39 050 315 2593
Edificio: B
Ingresso: 17-18
Piano: 2
Stanza: ISTI-I87

Stefano received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Computer Engineering from the University of Pisa respectively in 2007 and 2013. He also received a post-graduate Master’s degree in Big Data Analytics & Social Mining from the University of Pisa in 2016. Currently, he is a third-year PhD Student at the Information Engineering School of the University of Pisa. He is a Researcher at the Institute of Informatics and Telematics (IIT) of the National Research Council (CNR) in Pisa, Italy. Stefano is student member of the IEEE and member of the IEEE Computer Society. Stefano is also a member of the MediaLab of the University of Pisa.

His professional experiences encompass both national and international collaborations with renowned research institutions and enterprises such as Nokia Bell Labs (Paris, France), ISTI-CNR (Pisa, Italy), IIT-CNR (Pisa, Italy), the LARTTE Laboratory of the Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa, Italy), and the WEVO s.r.l. startup (Pisa, Italy).

Stefano published research papers, attended, and presented his works in several national and international conferences. He also published results of his research in several national and international peer-reviewed journals. In addition, he attended and actively participated in several national and European project meetings (FP7, Justice, Horizon2020, FAR-FAS). Results of his research activity have also been discussed in local and national newspapers, radio shows, as well as in data journalism blogs. Stefano currently is, and has been, part of the technical program committee of several top international conferences such as SIGIR 2016 and 2017, SIGKDD 2016, and more. He also serves as a reviewer for several international journals such as IEEE TKDE, IEEE TMC, IEEE TIFS, Decision Support Systems (Elsevier). He is a member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (IJISCRAM).

 

His interests broadly fall at the intersection of web science and data science, and encompass:

  • social media analysis and mining;
  • social sensing;
  • data science;
  • big data;
  • online social networks security;
  • crisis informatics.
Cresci Stefano, 08-2017

Pubblicazioni dal 01/01/2016


Contributo in atto di convegno
Lucia Vadicamo, Fabio Carrara, Andrea Cimino, Stefano Cresci, Felice Dell’Orletta, Fabrizio Falchi, Maurizio Tesconi
Cross-Media Learning for Image Sentiment Analysis in the Wild
2017, The 2017 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshops (ICCV’17)
Stefano Cresci, Roberto Di Pietro, Marinella Petrocchi, Angelo Spognardi, Maurizio Tesconi
Exploiting digital DNA for the analysis of similarities in Twitter behaviours
2017, The 4th IEEE International Conference on Data Science and Advanced Analytics (DSAA'17)
Marco Avvenuti, Salvatore Bellomo, Stefano Cresci, Mariantonietta N. La Polla, Maurizio Tesconi
Hybrid Crowdsensing: A Novel Paradigm to Combine the Strengths of Opportunistic and Participatory Crowdsensing
2017, International World Wide Web Conference (WWW'17 companion)
Stefano Cresci, Roberto Di Pietro, Marinella Petrocchi, Angelo Spognardi, Maurizio Tesconi
The Paradigm-Shift of Social Spambots: Evidence, Theories, and Tools for the Arms Race
2017, International World Wide Web Conference (WWW'17 - Web Science Track)
Contributo in rivista
Marco Avvenuti, Stefano Cresci, Mariantonietta Noemi La Polla, Carlo Meletti, Maurizio Tesconi
Nowcasting of Earthquake Consequences Using Big Social Data
2017, IEEE Internet Computing
Marco Avvenuti, Stefano Cresci, Fabio Del Vigna, Maurizio Tesconi
On the need of opening up crowdsourced emergency management systems
2017, AI & SOCIETY
Stefano Cresci, Roberto Di Pietro, Marinella Petrocchi, Angelo Spognardi, Maurizio Tesconi
Social Fingerprinting: detection of spambot groups through DNA-inspired behavioral modeling
2017, IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing
Marco Avvenuti, Mario G. C. A. Cimino, Stefano Cresci , Andrea Marchetti, Maurizio Tesconi
A framework for detecting unfolding emergencies using humans as sensors
2016, SpringerPlus
Stefano Cresci, Roberto Di Pietro, Marinella Petrocchi, Angelo Spognardi, Maurizio Tesconi
DNA-Inspired Online Behavioral Modeling and Its Application to Spambot Detection
2016, IEEE Intelligent Systems
Marco Avvenuti, Stefano Cresci, Fabio Del Vigna, Maurizio Tesconi
Impromptu crisis mapping to prioritize emergency response
2016, Computer
Marco Avvenuti, Stefano Cresci, Andrea Marchetti, Carlo Meletti, Maurizio Tesconi
Predictability or Early Warning: Using Social Media in Modern Emergency Response
2016, IEEE Internet Computing
Stefano Cresci, Marinella Petrocchi, Maurizio Tesconi, Roberto Di Pietro, and Angelo Spognardi
Social fingerprinting - or the truth About you
2016, ERCIM News
Contributo in volume
Stefano Cresci, Fabio Del Vigna, Maurizio Tesconi
I Big Data nella ricerca politica e sociale
2017
Stefano Cresci, Mariantonietta Noemi La Polla, Maurizio Tesconi
Il fenomeno dei Fake Follower in Twitter
2017
Rapporto
Michele Mazza, Stefano Cresci, Fabio Del Vigna, Mariantonietta N. La Polla, Maurizio Tesconi
#selfie: mapping the phenomenon
2016
Stefano Cresci, Mariantonietta N. La Polla, Serena Tardelli, Maurizio Tesconi
#tweeTag: a web‐based annotation tool for Twitter data
2016

Pubblicazioni al 31/12/2015


Rivista ISI
Stefano Cresci, Roberto Di Pietro, Marinella Petrocchi, Angelo Spognardi, Maurizio Tesconi
Fame for Sale: Efficient Detection of Fake Twitter Followers
2015, Decision Support Systems
Rivista non ISI
Anna Anguissola, Denise La Monica, Stefano Cresci
Solone: A database for European laws on cultural heritage
2013, The European Archaeologist
Anna Anguissola, Denise La Monica, Stefano Cresci
Solone: una banca dati delle norme per il patrimonio culturale. Roma e la Tarda Antichità
2013, Archeologia e Calcolatori
Articolo Convegno
Stefano Cresci, Maurizio Tesconi, Andrea Cimino, Felice Dell'Orletta
A Linguistically-driven Approach to Cross-Event Damage Assessment of Natural Disasters from Social Media Messages
2015, Proceedings of the 24th international conference companion on World Wide Web. ACM, 2015.
Stefano Cresci, Andrea Cimino, Felice Dell'Orletta, Maurizio Tesconi
Crisis Mapping during Natural Disasters via Text Analysis of Social Media Messages
2015, Web Information Systems Engineering–WISE 2015
Stefano Cresci, Davide Gazzè, Angelica Lo Duca, Andrea Marchetti, Maurizio Tesconi
Geo Data Annotator: a Web Framework for Collaborative Annotation of Geographical Datasets
2015, International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2015)
Marco Avvenuti, Fabio Del Vigna, Stefano Cresci, Andrea Marchetti, Maurizio Tesconi
Pulling Information from Social Media in the Aftermath of Unpredictable Disasters
2015, 2015 2nd International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Disaster Management (ICT-DM 2015)
Fabio Del Vigna, Stefano Cresci
Social Media for the Common Good: the case of EARS
2015, 2015 International Workshop on Collective Intelligence for the Common Good
Stefano Cresci, Roberto Di Pietro, Marinella Petrocchi, Angelo Spognardi, Maurizio Tesconi
A Criticism to Society (as seen by Twitter analytics)
2014, Big Data Analytics for Security (DASec)
Marco Avvenuti, Stefano Cresci, Andrea Marchetti, Carlo Meletti, Maurizio Tesconi
EARS (Earthquake Alert and Report System): a real time decision support system for earthquake crisis management
2014, 20th ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
Marco Avvenuti, Stefano Cresci, Mariantonietta N. La Polla, Andrea Marchetti, Maurizio Tesconi
Earthquake emergency management by Social Sensing
2014, The 2014 IEEE International Workshop on Social and Community Intelligence
Andrea Cimino, Stefano Cresci, Felice Dell’Orletta, Maurizio Tesconi
Linguistically–motivated and Lexicon Features for Sentiment Analysis of Italian Tweets
2014, The 4th Conference for Evaluation of NLP and Speech Tools for Italian (EVALITA)
Stefano Cresci, Andrea D'Errico, Davide Gazzè, Angelica Lo Duca, Andrea Marchetti, Maurizio Tesconi
Tour-pedia: a Web Application for Sentiment Visualization in Tourism Domain
2014, LREC 2014 Workshop
Abstract Convegno
Carlo Meletti, Stefano Cresci, Mariantonietta Noemi La Polla, Andrea Marchetti, Maurizio Tesconi
Social media as seismic networks for the earthquake damage assessment
2014, The 2014 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting
Rapporto
Salvatore Bellomo, Stefano Cresci, Fabio Del Vigna, Mariantonietta N. La Polla, Maurizio Tesconi
A platform for gathering eyewitness reports from social media users in the aftermath of emergencies
2015
Stefano Cresci, Roberto Di Pietro, Marinella Petrocchi, Angelo Spognardi, Maurizio Tesconi
Fame for sale: effcient detection of fake Twitter followers
2015
Stefano Cresci, Roberto Di Pietro, Marinella Petrocchi, Angelo Spognardi, Maurizio Tesconi
A criticism to Society (as seen by Twitter analytics)
2014
Stefano Cresci, Roberto Di Pietro, Marinella Petrocchi, Angelo Spognardi, Maurizio Tesconi
A Fake Follower Story: improving fake accounts detection on Twitter
2014
Stefano Cresci, Mariantonietta Noemi La Polla, Andrea Marchetti, Carlo Meletti, Maurizio Tesconi
Towards a Timely Prediction of Earthquake Intensity with Social Media
2014
Roberto Di Pietro, Stefano Cresci, Marinella Petrocchi, Angelo Spognardi, Maurizio Tesconi
Fake accounts detection on Twitter
2013
Stefano Cresci, Mariantonietta La Polla, Andrea Marchetti, Maurizio Tesconi
Social Sensing: using Social Media for an Early Warning system
2013