Massimo Mecella, vincitore della procedura valutativa a professore di I fascia SSD ING-INF/05 - CODICE CONCORSO 2020POR014, D.R. n. 2868/2020 del 13/11/2020 (cf. https://web.uniroma1.it/trasparenza/dettaglio_bando_albo/163310), come previsto dall'art. 11, comma 1, lett. k dello Statuto, terrà un seminario pubblico sulle attività di ricerca svolte e in corso di svolgimento.
Il seminario avrà luogo giovedì 19 novembre 2020 alle ore 9:00 in modalità telematica.
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Topic: Seminario per presa servizio
Time: Nov 19, 2020 09:00 AM Rome
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A journey through service architectures and process management towards resilient and dynamic smart enterprises
After an overview of his past and recent research activities, Massimo will focus on two recent works about resilient-by-design modeling of processes based on CMMN - Case Management Model and Notation, and dynamic throttling management in Web APIs.
Specifically, the first work presents a design-time maturity model for processes, including an extension of OMG CMMN, enabling suitable data-driven extensions, and a framework for classifying resiliency levels of CMMN process models.
The second one addresses the issue of organisations dealing with the dilemma "to expose or not to expose" their data through Web APIs and - depending on the nature of their business - pondering possible opportunities and pitfalls. Rate limiting strategies are widely employed to control access to data and to safeguard back-end computational resources. However, their effectiveness depends on a good choice of the maximum allowed rate at which information can be "safely" released to users. The work proposes a technique to select an appropriate rate limit.
Massimo Mecella is an associate professor at Sapienza Università di Roma, and currently Director of the course degrees in Engineering in Computer Science (bachelor and master levels). His research focuses on business process management, cyber-physical systems and Internet-of-Things, advanced interfaces and human-computer interaction, software architectures and service-oriented computing, with applications in multiple fields including digital government, smart spaces, Industry 4.0, healthcare, disaster/crisis response & management, cyber-security, digital humanities. He published about 200 research papers, with an overall h-index of 36, and chaired several conferences in the above areas (including General Chair of the recent CAiSE 2019, prospective General Chair of BPM 2021 in Rome, prospective PC Chair of Intelligent Environments 2021).