This web page is the replication package of the paper we submitted to CBSE 2016 with title “On the Use of Component-Based Principles and Practices for Architecting Cyber-Physical Systems”. This study has been designed, developed, and reported by the following investigators: Ivica Crnkovic (Chalmers University of Technology) Ivano Malavolta (Gran Sasso Science Institute) Henry Muccini (University of L’Aquila) Mohammad Sharaf (University of […]
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Short Biography I’m a post-doctoral researcher at the Gran Sasso Science Institute. I was awarded the doctoral degree by the University of Southampton, United Kingdom, in Oct 2015. I worked 6 months as a research fellow in the Electronic and Software Systems research group, school of Electronics and Computer Science and currently I am a […]
The 2nd edition of the Summer School “Smart city look like…” organised by University of Milano Bicocca will be held at the GSSI.
The conference, at its fourth edition, is an opportunity for people from academia, industries and public institutions to meet and define new collaborations in the perspective of forthcoming national or international project calls. A smart city is a vision where key infrastructure components and services – e.g., environmental, emergency response, transport/mobility/energy management – are seamlessly […]
A re-post from Process Algebra Blog where Prof. Luca Aceto described this paper, that stems from discussions between Mattia D’Emidio (a researcher in algorithmics) and Ludovico Iovino (a researcher in software engineering) who were sharing a basement office at the Gran Sasso Science Institute at the time. Those exchanges of ideas led eventually to the development of a framework […]