Il 30 aprile 1986, dalla sala macchine della sede dell'Istituto CNUCE CNR a Pisa, al numero 36 di Via Santa Maria, partì il primo segnale che collegò l'Italia a Internet.
Ilaria Matteucci and Gianpiero Costantino managed to hack the ECU of an automobile, revealing new risks for those who drive
Romina D’Aurizio, mathematician with a passion for medicine, tells us how bioinformatics can help research in the field of oncology
Lorenzo Valerio (Ubiquitous Internet research unit) seeks new solutions to improve industrial manufacturing processes
Marinella Petrocchi studies the spread of fake news and the role of social bots in the network ecosystem, so as to create useful tools for users
Andrea Passarella, head of the Ubiquitous Internet research unit, guides us on a journey into edge computing
STRIVE 2021 is co-located with Euro S&P, The 6th IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy
Maurizio Tesconi specializes in the study of social networks, also dealing with the issue of fakes and applications in the world of intelligence
Chiara Boldrini (Ubiquitous Internet) studies how social relationships develop online: “Online or offline, relationships follow the same laws”
Interview with Paolo Santi, Research Director at IIT-CNR who collaborates with the Senseable City Lab (MIT) of Boston
Head of the IIT-CNR research unit that deals with cybersecurity, Paolo Mori explains how to convince citizens and entrepreneurs to share their data
The CNR of Pisa will host WoWMoM 2021, the conference for researchers and practitioners interested in all aspects of wireless, mobile, and multimedia pervasive communications.
21 gennaio, ore 11.30, webinar con Paolo Mori, responsabile unità Trust, Security and Privacy IIT-CNR, su condivisione dei dati, analisi collaborativa e privacy preserving