I am an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the Computer Science Institute of the Universitá del Piemonte Orientale (UPO), where I lead the Distributed Systems Research Lab.
I received the Ph.D in Computer Science and the Laurea degree both from the University of Torino, Italy. Before joining UPO, I have been a Visiting Scholar at the University of California at San Diego, and a post-doctoral researcher at the Italian National Research Council (CNR) and, subsequently, at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Torino, Italy.
My research interests are in the fields of Distributed Systems, Digital Forensics, Cyber Security, and Cyber Crime (the list of my papers is available below). I have served as Program Chair or TPC member of more that 130 international conferences and workshops.
Since 2017 I am the Director of the Local Node of the CINI National Laboratory of Cyber Security.
PhD in Computer Science, 1995
Universitá di Torino
Laurea degree in Computer Science, 1990
Universitá di Torino
This is a short list of my most recent publications, organized by topic (the full and updated list of my publications can be found in the official UPO repository).
Cosimo Anglano, Massimo Canonico, Paolo Castagno, Marco Guazzone, Matteo Sereno. Profit-aware coalition formation in fog computing providers: a game-theoretic approach. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience (2019).
Cosimo Anglano, Massimo Canonico, Marco Guazzone. WQR-UD: An online scheduling algorithm for FemtoClouds. Proc. of VALUETOOLS 2019.
Cosimo Anglano, Massimo Canonico, Marco Guazzone. Online user-driven task scheduling for FemtoCloud.Proc. of FMEC 2019
Cosimo Anglano, Massimo Canonico, Paolo Castagno, Marco Guazzone, Matteo Sereno. A game-theoretic approach to coalition formation in fog provider federations. Proc. of FMEC 2018 (Best paper award).
Cosimo Anglano, Massimo Canonico, Marco Guazzone. Profit-aware Resource Management for Edge Computing Systems. Proc. of EdgeSys@MobiSys 2018.
I teach “Operating Systems 2” at the undergraduate level, and “Digital Forensics”, “Cyber Security II”, and “High Performance Computing I” at the graduate level.
All the information concerning these courses (schedules, syllabi, etc.) can be found at my official UPO page.