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Roberto Tiella

Fondazione Bruno Kessler
Ricerca Scientifica e Tecnologica
Unità Software Engineering

Email: <surname> 'at'

Last updated on Feb 21, 2017

Current Work

My recent activities concern:



See FBK Publications catalog and Google Scholar Citations.

Other interests

Educational Robotics

Past Experiences

Aspire Project

ASPIRE - The mission of the ASPIRE project is to integrate state-of-the-art software protection techniques into an application reference architecture and into an easy-to-use compiler framework that automatically provides measurable software-based protection of the valuable assets in the persistently or occasionally connected client applications of mobile service, software, and content providers.

Fittest Project

During 2013, I have been working in the FITTEST project. FITTEST is an European project (2010-2013) that will develop an integrated environment for the automated and continuous testing of Future Internet Applications.

IBT Project

In 2011, I've been working for the IBT project which was aimed to port a system written in a legacy programming language to Java (see SE projects).

ProVotE Project

From December 2004 to July 2010, I've been working in the Provote Project (in Italian) which was devoted to develop and test an e-voting solution for the Provincia di Trento. The project was headed by Adolfo Villafiorita and it was a join effort of many partners, among them: Università degli Studi di Trento and Informatica Trentina. In ProVoTe, I was mainly in charge for defining the software architecture of the e-voting system.

UML Statecharts to Java Compilation and Validation

During the development of the voting application, I've created, in collaboration with Silvia Tomasi, a tool for translating a set of UML statecharts specifying the behavior of a reactive software system in a compilable java implementation. The tool also allows to perform some model-checking based verification on the specified statecharts (see my publications for further details).

Moleskiing Project

From May 2003 to November 2004, I've been involved in the definition of the architecture of the Moleskiing Project a tool which merges blog technologies, j2me with some social software ideas.

Past Industrial Experience

I've spent the first six years (starting from January 1994) of my working life in designing and developing software systems in the network management area for a telecommunication company, and the next three years in the R&D division of the same company.