Lorenzo Bracciale, Ph.D., earned his Master’s degree in Telecommunication Engineering (Summa Cum Laude) at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” in 2006, and in 2010 his Ph.D. in Telecommunication and Microelectronics. His doctoral thesis was entitled “Peer Multimedia Communication”, published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (ISBN-13: 978-3659108778). In 2011, he started collaborating with the research group “Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group” of MIT on “data dissemination using partial coding.”
He is an associate professor in the Electronics Department of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” (“RTD-A”) and teaches Computer and Data Science. He collaborates with the University of Sheffield and teaches Big Data Analytics and data science.
He was a visiting scholar at Trinity College of Dublin – School of Computer Science & Statistics for a joint project on privacy-preserving recommending systems. In 2016, he joined a research project with Galápagos National Park for the conservation of Pink Iguanas, an endangered endemic species.
Dr. Bracciale has been a Technical Coordinator of the EU H2020 BPR4GDPR project coordinating the work on Privacy Enhancing Technologies.
He has produced more than 41 international publications (H-Index 14), served as a reviewer in many international journals (e.g., Transaction on Networking, Transaction on Mobile Computing), and serves as a regular member of the technical program/organizational committee for prestigious conferences including SECON 2021, WCNC 2018, and CoNEXT 2015.
Dr. Bracciale’s current research topics include data privacy and machine learning.