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DIAG is a center for research and education at the undergraduate and graduate levels in computer, system, and management sciences. Basic research is the main goal of DIAG, with a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research, on applications that stimulate basic research, and with a specific attention to technology transfer and dissemination of results.
Collaborations are maintained with researchers in other university departments, research institutions and companies, in Italy and abroad.
DIAG’s research activity is organized in 6 research areas, each composed of one or more research groups. An overview of the groups is reported here, together with the list of people involved.


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Awarded publications

2021 ASPLOS Distinguished Paper Award: Who's Debugging the Debuggers? Exposing Debug Information Bugs in Optimized Binaries
2020 2020 IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine Best Paper Award: Humanoid Robots in Aircraft Manufacturing: The Airbus Use Cases
2020 Pro-quality grant for publications issued TOP1 and TOP10 journals: An entropy evaluation algorithm to improve transmission efficiency of compressed data in pervasive healthcare mobile sensor networks
2020 Best Paper Award ICWS 2019: On computing throttling rate limits in web APIs through statistical inference
2020 Pro-quality grant for publications issued TOP1 and TOP10 journals: Small Lung Nodules Detection based on Fuzzy-Logic and Probabilistic Neural Network with Bio-inspired Reinforcement Learning
2020 Best Paper Award - Journal of Global Optimization: Global optimization issues in deep network regression: an overview
2019 Giorgio Pagliarani Best Paper Award 2019: The impact of technical and economic disruptions in industrial symbiosis relationships: An enterprise input-output approach
2019 Best Paper Award For Engineering Contribution RoboCup 2019: RoboCup@ Home-Objects: benchmarking object recognition for home robots
2019 Best Forum Paper Award : Achieving GDPR compliance of BPMN process models
2019 Premio MIMOS per la migliore tesi di laurea magistrale: Locomotion and telepresence in virtual and real worlds
2018 VizSec 2018 Best Paper Award: ROPMate: Visually Assisting the Creation of ROP-based Exploits
2018 Best Paper Award at ICWL2018: Q2A-I: A Support Platform for Computer Programming Education, Based on Automated Assessment and Peer Learning
2018 Best Paper Award at VizSec2018: ROPMate: Visually Assisting the Creation of ROP-based Exploits
2018 Best Short Paper/Poster Award at ICINCO 2018: Dynamic Estimation of Visco-elastic Mechanical Characteristics of Biological Samples under Micro Manipulation
2017 DEBS 10 Years Time Award: TERA: Topic-based event routing for peer-to-peer architectures
2017 Best Paper Award: Multi-Party Business Process Resilience By-Design: A Data-Centric Perspective

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