Daniele Riboni

Daniele Riboni is a Research Fellow at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Milano, where he is member of the EveryWare Laboratory. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Milano in 2007 with a thesis on "Techniques, Algorithms, and Architectures for Adaptation in Mobile Computing". His research interests are in the areas of context-awareness and adaptation, pervasive and mobile computing, and privacy. He participated to several research projects, and during his research activity he actively collaborated with various Italian and foreign partners, both from industry and academia. He has published over 40 scientific papers and his contributions appeared in the proceedings of major conferences and in leading journals of his research fields. He belongs to the program committee of various conferences and workshops.


Creating Personal, Social, and Urban Awareness through Pervasive Computing
Bin Guo, Daniele Riboni, Peizhao Hu. © 2014. 440 pages.
The recent emergence and prevalence of social network applications, sensor equipped mobile devices, and the availability of large amounts of geo-referenced data have enabled the...
Research Challenges for Personal and Collective Awareness
Daniele Riboni, Rim Helaoui. © 2014. 13 pages.
The “big data” explicitly produced by people through social applications, or implicitly gathered through sensors and transaction records, enables a new generation of mining and...