I'm a free thinker, a lifelong learner and a technology enthusiast involved in several Open Source projects. I've been working with Semantic and Social Web technologies since 2006 for R&D and industrial partners, having the chance to join 3 startups, learn a lot of things and meet really exciting people.I've a passion for Artificial Intelligence and in particular for all that disciplines related to Natural Language Processing.In my spare time I love hacking and playing with Electronic. Sometimes I enjoy playing my music keyboard and shot cool pics. You can find me around Internet mainly with nicknames hardest and micmos.
FBK (fondazione Bruno Kessler)is a public funded research centre in the Provincia Autonoma di Trento. I've been working there from January 2010 to June 2015. I've been assigned to the Web Of Data research unit, connected to the development relevant initiatives like Sindice, the Semantic Web Index and SpazioDatiRelevant activities:
SourceSense is a European-wide system integration company based in Rome. I worked in SourceSense from October 2009 to January 2010.
I worked in Asemantics from May 5th 2006 to October 2009. My contribute was focused on Semantic Web and Data Retrieval technologies.
Motivated lifelong learner • Trento, Italy• 2014 - PresentI have received Certifications of Accomplishment with Distinction for the following courses:
Master of Science in Computer Science •l'Aquila, AQ• Oct 2001 - Dec 2002 • (suspended, -3 exams to go)
JSONpedia is a framework designed to simplify access at MediaWiki contents transforming everything into JSON.
Such framework provides a library, a REST service and CLI tools to parse, convert, enrich and store WikiText documents.
The converted JSON documents can stored both into ElasticSearch (providing advanced faceting support)and MongoDB
(allowing distributed map/reduce tasks) for advanced cross processing.
JSONpedia is written in Java and licensed under the Apache License 2.0.
Anything To Triples (any23) is a library, a Web service and a set of command line tools
for extracting structured data in RDF format from a variety of Web documents.
Any23 is written in Java and licensed under the Apache License 2.0.
MUp (Mash Up), is a framework for creating mashup of web contents,
based on a specific Predicate Logic language called MU.
RDFCoder is a tool able to generate RDF models of code libraries. It provides a complete RDF representation of libraries, packages, classes, methods, method signatures and method calls. RDFCoder can be used to perform multi level code inspection, create code dependency graphs, generate custom documentation, plan complex refactorings.Semantic Web, Information Retrieval, Code Analysis, Refactoring
GraphNav (Graph Navigator) is a Java Swing general purpose browser library for large graphs.Visualization, Information Retrieval, Java
JWMSClient is a library of Java Swing widgets useful to access data exposed by WMS 1.0.x compliant services.Visualization, WMS, WFS, Java