Curriculum vitæ of Dario Malchiodi – short

This CV contains a selected list of the activities carried out during my academic career. A full and short version are available.

Since 2011 I am associate professor at the Computer Science Department of the Milan University. Previously I worked as assistant professor at the same institution, as software architect at Inferentia-DNM, as statistical analyst at The Continiuity Company S.r.l. and as software developer at Olivetti S.p.A.. I received a PhD in Computational Mathematics and Operations Research and a Master degree in Computer Science from the Milan University.

My research activities are focused on the treatment of uncertainty in machine learning, with particular focus to data-driven induction of fuzzy sets, compression of machine learning models, mining of knowledge bases in semantic Web and negative example selection in bioinformatics. I authored and co-authored around one hundred publications, and I participated in the activities of more than ten research projects and research groups, both at national and international level. As a support to my activities, I developed several open source software projects.

I currently teach Statistics and data analysis, Algorithms for massive datasets, Computing education and Architectural patterns for distributed machine learning applications at the Milan University and Computer programming for data analysis at the Université de la Côte d'Azur. Previously, I have taught courses of Advanced data bases, Computer Programming, Data mining, Operating Systems, Software engineering and Simulation within Bachelor and Master degrees of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics. I also organized and taught in PhD and graduate programs within the areas of Machine learning and Scientific computations. I supervised more than sixty theses, mainly on machine learning and computing education.

I have been longtime involved in computing education for primary and secondary schools, and in teacher training. Between 2012 and 2017 I was deputy director of the Computer science Department for cultural promotion and prospective students, and I coordinated the board for prospective students and vocational orientation of the Science and Technology division of the Milan University. I pursue several popularization activities in the computing field, and I am a founding member of the ALaDDIn lab. I participated in the production of Digito ergo sum, a radio broadcast on computing.