senior lecturer at Department of Information Technology, Division of Computing Science
Matteo's mission is to create, preserve, teach and apply knowledge in the service of humanity. Luckily enough, most of the humanity is not aware of Matteo's mission.
Keywords: data science network science social computing social network analysis
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Matteo Magnani, director of the Uppsala University Information Laboratory, graduated with honors in Computer Science at the University of Bologna in 2002. He studied at the University of Marne la Vallée (undergraduate level) and the Imperial College London (postgraduate research level). In 2006 he obtained a PhD in Computer Science (Bologna) where in 2011 he also graduated with honors in Violin.
He has received a Rotary Prize for the best student of the Science Faculty, a Best Paper Award, a Funniest Presentation Award, a Best Poster award, some nominations as Best Reviewer, a Pedagogical Prize by the Students Union of the Faculty of Science and Technology (UTN), and a Best Young Chess Player Award at a competition with two participants - one not knowing how to play chess. He is an Excellent Teacher (this is actually a real title in Sweden...) and a Docent (which is also some kind of Swedish recognition).
Before joining Uppsala University he has held positions at the National Research Council in Pisa (third-level researcher - or "ricercatore di ultima", in Italian), at the University of Bologna in Italy (assistant professor), and at Aarhus University, Denmark (research assistant professor level).
He has done research on Database and Information Management systems, specifically uncertain information management and multidimensional database queries, and is now active in the Network Science and Social Computing research areas. He has written around 1.5 Kg of papers on these topics (when printed on heavy A4 size sheets) and he has an h-index. He has successfully attracted funding from Working Capital (Telecom Italia), FIRB (MIUR - Italian Ministry for education, University and Research), STINT (the Swedish foundation for cooperation in research and higher education), NOS-HS (the Joint Committee for Nordic research councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences) and H2020 (Horizon 2020, European Union) schemes.
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