Roberto Giorgi's (about 100 words) Biography as of October 2017

Roberto Giorgi is an Associate Professor at Department of Information Engineering, University of Siena, Italy. He was Research Associate at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, USA. He received his PhD in Computer Engineering and his Master in Electronics Engineering, Summa cum Laude both from University of Pisa, Italy. He is the coordinator of the European Project AXIOM. He coordinated the TERAFLUX project in the area of Future and Emerging Technologies for Teradevice Computing. He is participating in the European projects HiPEAC (High Performance Embedded-system Architecture and Compiler), ERA (Embedded Reconfigurable Architectures). He contributed to SARC (Scalable ARChitectures), ChARM (performance evaluation of ARM-processor based embedded systems). His current interests include Computer Architecture themes such as Embedded Systems, Multiprocessors, Memory System Performance, Workload Characterization.
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Roberto Giorgi's (about 150 words) Biography as of October 2017

Roberto Giorgi is an Associate Professor at Department of Information Engineering, University of Siena, Italy. He was Research Associate at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, USA. He received his PhD in Computer Engineering and his Master in Electronics Engineering, Summa cum Laude both from University of Pisa, Italy. He is the coordinator of the European Project AXIOM. He coordinated the TERAFLUX project in the area of Future and Emerging Technologies for Teradevice Computing. He is participating in the European projects HiPEAC (High Performance Embedded-system Architecture and Compiler) and SARC (Scalable ARChitectures), ERA (Embedded Reconfigurable Architectures). He took part in ChARM project, developing software for performance evaluation of ARM-processor based embedded systems with cache memory. He has been selected by the European Commission as an independent expert. His current interests include Computer Architecture themes such as Embedded Systems, Multiprocessors, Memory System Performance, Workload Characterization. He is a Lifetime member of ACM and a Senior Member of the IEEE, IEEE Computer Society.
E-mail: See Homepage --> http://www.dii.unisi.it/~giorgi.

Roberto Giorgi's Biography as of October 2017

Roberto Giorgi is an Associate Professor at Dept. of Information Engineering, University of Siena, Italy. He was Research Associate at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, USA. He received his PhD in Computer Engineering and his MS in Electronics Engineering, Summa cum Laude both from University of Pisa, Italy. Currently, he is the Coordinator of the European Project AXIOM. He coordinated the TERAFLUX project (8.5Meuro cost, 2010-2014, 11 partners) in the area of Future and Emerging Technologies for Teradevice Computing. He is Application leader in the ERA project (Embedded Reconfigurable Architectures), member of the HiPEAC Network of Excellence (High Performance Embedded-system Architecture and Compilation). He was also Deputy Steering Committee in the HiPEAC, participated to SARC (Scalable ARChitectures) and attracted more than 3 Million Euro of Research Funding to the University of Siena in the last decade. He took part in ChARM project, developing software for performance evaluation of ARM-processor based embedded systems with cache memory. He has been IEEE Judge for the IEEE-CSIDC (Computer Society International Design Competition). He led the project "Bluesign Translator", which received a 5th worldwide prize by IEEE and top companies, and received the FORUM-P.A. prize by the Italian Ministry of Technological and Scientific Innovation, as absolute winner in the category of "actions for the social integration of disadvantaged people through ICT". He has been selected by the European Commission as an independent expert for evaluating ICT European Projects. He is co-author of more than 110 scientific papers. His current interests include Computer Architecture themes such as Embedded Systems, Multiprocessors, Memory System Performance, Workload Characterization. He is a Lifetime member of ACM and a Senior Member of the IEEE, IEEE Computer Society. Further info: http://www.dii.unisi.it/~giorgi/cv
E-mail: See Homepage --> http://www.dii.unisi.it/~giorgi.