Short Bio

Carmine Spagnuolo got his Master Degree cum laude in Computer Science from the Università degli Studi di Salerno in 2013. In January 2014 he has started the Ph.D. program in Computer Science at the University of Salerno, under the supervision of Professor Vittorio Scarano.

He is interested in Parallel Algorithms, Distributed Systems, Graph Theory, Social Networks and Agent-Based Simulations.

During his academic studies he had the honor to be advised by Prof. Vittorio Scarano, Gennaro Cordasco and Rosario De Chiara who stimulated in him the interest and passion for research. Since 2010 he is involved in D-Mason, a research project of the ISISLab at University of Salerno. D-Mason is a distributed version of the MASON toolkit for Agent-Based simulations. He has worked on the architecture, visualization and communication strategies. In 2012 he got a grant from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) for visiting the George Mason University (GMU).  In May 2017 and from October to December 2017 He was in visit to University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory (ANL), under the supervising of dott. Jonathan Ozik and exploiting a grant from ANL.

He is co-author of some papers in international refereed journals and conferences, see Papers.

Last Update 2017.
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