In 2005 I got a bachelor degree in Computer Engineering at University of Bergamo.
Under the supervision of prof. Stefano Paraboschi, I designed and implemented an optimization mechanism for query over databases encrypted.
From 2005 to 2010 I had the chance to work on many innovative projects in the amazing team of GN Enterprise Business Solutions as a consultant and software architect.
At the top of this experience, we have won the Oracle Innovation Award 2007 with the platform GN Platform One. A great success for me and GN team's!
From 2010 to 2016, I worked for Salumificio Fratelli Beretta Group as business analyst and software architect in the information systems department. It was a great periodo with a lot of success in particular in the area of the business intelligence.
In the 2015/2016 biennium, in collaboration with Giuseppe Psaila I worked on a thesis Answering queries on Open Data for the University of Bergamo. In march 2016 I got a master degree in Computer Engineering at University of Bergamo.
In 2016/2017, I attent the Master Business Intelligence and Big Data Analytics at University of Milano-Bicocca. A great opportunity for me!!! Here are some links to more interesting projects that I have developed with my colleagues during the Master: Airport FIT (with Giorgio De Caro, Corrado Mio, Mauro Pelucchi, Giovanna Volontè), hack my iPhone7 - an analysis of iPhone7 keynote of 7th September 2016 (with Giorgio De Caro) and Barometer Constitutional Referendum 2016 (find some information about this on Github). At the end of this cource I design and develop a system to automatic classify skills from a resume through big data analysis and machine learning techniques: JobMe.
I'm currently working at Burning-Glass, that have acquired in 2018 Tabulaex a spin-off of Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, as Data Scientist. Since 2017, I work in Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca as lecturer at Master Business Intelligence e Big Data Analytics for Big Data Analytics and Processing courses.
My main research interests are: OpenData and Open Government, Big Data Analysis, Data Presentation Techniques, Social Media Analysis and Machine Learning Modeling. Here is my list of publications: Google Scholar, DBPL
Collection and data analysis is the starting point: use models and algorithms to understand the correlations between observations and draw your own way.
Design the ideal solution and share it: use mind maps, BPMN models and other graphic representation. Transform ideas into images.
Find the best technology to achieve our goal and build our project.
Measure the improvements, compare them with the initial situation and find new ideas.
In 2006, I have designed the website PartecipaTrezzo.it, an e-democracy platform (one of the first ever made in Italy). From this experience, I have wrote a paper "Architecture and design of an on-line platform for supporting participatory policies" for the 2007 AICA annual congress "Digital citizenship and democracy".
Since 2005, I work in the research and development of service-oriented systems (especially on mobile devices) and the analysis of their impact on the performance of business processes and everyday life. The specifications that drive the testing and development are: high scalability, ensure information security, flexible architecture, data integrity, and improve user-experience.
I believe that information (correct) could improve our approach to life. The difficulty is in finding, in the mountain of data we have available, correlations and right keys to read them.
By working in groups of data analysis, we improve the way we work and we discover new business opportunities or new aspects of daily life that we had left out (the classic moment "aha!").
I specialize in Business Process Management (BPM), Event-Driven Architecture (EDA), Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Master Data Management (MDM) and Enterprise Application Integration (EAI).
I use these technologies together to improve legacy application architecture or ERP system (like Oracle JDEwards, SAP or other) and support multi-channel user experiences such as portals, B2B / B2C, social media and mobility applications.
In 2015, I have started the project Hammer, an open data platform for search structured data. The source code of hammer is open on https://github.com/HammerProject/. You can find more detail at http://www.hammer-project.com
Since 2002, I have been working on statistical systems to support decision makers for the labor market. Through complex data analysis systems, big data and machine learning support institutions in promoting active work policies: Excelsior, Public informations on employment data e il Statistical information System.