Enrico is Associate Professor at Department of Computer Science, Università di Torino.
Until 2016, he was Assistant Professor at Scuola
Lab), Pisa, Italy. In 2012-14, he was Marie-Curie
IEF fellow at Lund University
of Automatic Control. In 2004, he received the PhD
on Real-Time Systems at Scuola Superiore
Sant'Anna (recipient of the "Spitali Award" for best PhD
thesis of the whole university). In January 2010, he
also completed a Master degree in Mathematics
with a thesis on optimal sampling for linear
control systems. He visited the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill (Sanjoy Baruah, Jim Anderson)
and INRIA Rocquencourt (Yves Sorel). In 2000 he
completed a Master degree in Computer Engineering
at University of Pisa and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna.
He published more than 90 papers (4 best-paper
awards @RTNS @RTCSA @ICC,
3 most cited
1 most cited @RTSS)
on real-time scheduling, operating
systems, and optimization methods for
real-time and control systems (recently,
called cyber-physical systems). His more recent
research interests are expanding over optimal management of
distributed and parallel resources.
His service to the research community includes the
organization of 9 events (including PC co-Chair
of RTNS 2017 and
Local co-Chair of
Embedded Systems Week
2018), the participation in 58 Technical Program
Committees of international top conferences in the area
(2010, 2014, 2015,
2017), RTAS (2009,
2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016),
2012), EMSOFT (2011,
2016, 2017)), the review of 9 PhD thesis, and about 40
papers/year, in the above mentioned research areas.
Enrico is Senior member of IEEE.