Domenico Talia. Collaboration Chair


Prof. Domenico Talia
Computer Engineering Professor
University of Calabria
Via P. Bucci 41C
87036 Rende, CS, Italy
Tel: +39 0984494726
Fax: +39 0984494713


Domenico Talia is a full professor of computer engineering at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Calabria, Italy. He is the Director of the CNR Institute of High Performance Computing and Networks (ICAR-CNR) and partner of three startups in the ICT field. His research interests include cloud computing, distributed knowledge discovery, parallel data mining, parallel programming languages, cellular automata, service computing, and peer-to-peer systems.

Talia published seven books and more than 300 papers in international journals such as Communications of the ACM, IEEE Computer, IEEE TKDE, IEEE TSE, IEEE TSMC-B, IEEE Micro, ACM CS, FGCS, Parallel Computing, IEEE Internet Computing and conference proceedings. He is a member of the editorial boards of the IEEE Transactions on Computers, IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing, the Future Generation Computer Systems journal, the International Journal on Web and Grid Services, the Parallel and Distributed Practices journal, and the Web Intelligence and Agent Systems International journal. In addition he a member of the advisory board of Euro-Par conference series and a member of the advisory committee of the IEEE Task Force on Cluster Computing (TFCC). He is has been a member of the European Commission expert panel that wrote the “Next Generation Grid” report and is a member of the Executive Committee of the CoreGRID Network of Excellence and has been the leader of the  Data and Knowledge Management Institute. He served as a distinguished speaker in the IEEE Computer Society Chapter Tutorials Program and in the IEEE Computer Society Distinguished Visitors Program. He was guest editor of special issues of IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Parallel Computing and Future Generation Computer Systems and he is serving as a program committee member of several conferences. He is member of the ACM and the IEEE Computer Society.