Antonio Di Pietro
Antonio Di Pietro received the Laurea degree (M.Sc.) in Informatics Engineering from Sapienza University of Rome (Italy) and a Ph.D. in Methodologies for Emergency Management in Critical Infrastructures from Roma Tre University (Rome). He has been working as a full researcher at ENEA (Italian Energy, New Technology and Environment Agency) since 2007 and in 2015 he joined the Laboratory for the Analysis and Protection of Critical Infrastructures (APIC) in the same institution. His research interests include modelling and simulation of critical infrastructures and the development of Decision Support Systems integrating seismic and meteorological natural threat modeling. He is also an Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) ENAC-certifed pilot to perform critical operations involving aerial photogrammetry tasks for biological and Infrastructure monitoring applications. He took part in several European and Italian national research projects and acted as an advisor in some Evaluation Studies commissioned by the EU. He has also been advisor of several M.Sc. students and also a teacher in several professional courses on Software Engineering and Databases.