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Jacopo Mauro

Associate Professor

University of Southern Denmark

Biography

Jacopo Mauro is an Associate Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU). He is active in the Cloud Computing, DevOps, Optimization, and Formal Methods fields. His research interests also include Microservices, Concurrent Languages, Explainable AI, and Cybersecurity. He is the main developer of optimizations tools and utilities, used both in academia and industry.

Jacopo holds a Ph.D. degree in informatics from the University of Bologna. He has lived in four countries and worked in world renown Universities (Bologna, Paris Diderot, Oslo, SDU) and Research Centers (INRIA).

Interests

  • Cloud Computing
  • DevOps & Microservices
  • Cybersecurity
  • Optimization
  • Constraint Programming
  • Formal Methods
  • Explainable AI

Education

  • Philosophiae Doctor (Ph.D.) in Computer Science, 2012

    University of Bologna, Italy

  • Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Computer Science, 2008

    University of Udine, Italy

  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Computer Science, 2006

    University of Udine, Italy

Software

  • Zephyrus2: an optimal deployment configurator
  • HyVarRec: a context-aware reconfiguration for Software Product Lines
  • SUNNY-CP: a portfolio based constraint solver
  • mzn2feat: a feature extractor for MiniZinc/XCSP files
  • XCSP-to-MiniZinc: a file converter form XCSP to MiniZinc

Projects

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AEOLUS

Mastering Cloud Complexity - French ANR Project.

CINA

Compositionality, Interaction, Negotiation, Autonomicity for the future ICT society - Italian PRIN Project.

FOCUS

FOundations of Component-based Ubiquitous Systems - INRIA Research Team.

Hyvar

Scalable Hybrid Variability for Distributed, Evolving Software Systems - European H2020 Project.

PRIN9M932N

Innovative and multi-disciplinary approaches for constraint and preference reasoning- Italian PRIN Project.

SIRIUS

Norwegian Centre for Research-driven Innovation in the oil & gas industry - Norwegian Research Council Project.

Teaching

Office hours: by e-mail appointment.

Awards

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