Vittorio Scarano has received in
1990 the Laurea in ``Scienze dell'Informazione'' (Computer Science)
from the University of Salerno (Italy) and in 1995 he received the
Dottorato di Ricerca (PhD) in Applied Mathematics and Computer
Science at the University of Naples (Italy).
In 1992, he has visited the
University Eotvos Lorand in Budapest (Hungary). From 1992 to 1994,
he has visited the Department of Computer Science at the University
of Massachusetts at Amherst (USA) working in the team with Prof.
Arnold Rosenberg in the field of parallel algorithms and
architectures. He also was instructors at Mount Holyoke College
(USA) in 1994.
From 1995 to 2001 he was an
Assistant Professor at the ``FacoltÓ di Scienze MM. FF. e NN.''
(School of Mathematical, Physical and Chemical Sciences) of the
UniversitÓ di Salerno. Since 2001 he is an Associate Professor at
the FacoltÓ di Scienze MM. FF. e NN (School of Mathematical,
Physical and Natural Sciences) of the UniversitÓ di Salerno. He is a
member of the ``Dipartimento di Informatica ed Applicazioni''
(Computer Science and Applications department) of the UniversitÓ di
Salerno since 1995.
Since 1996, he (with Alberto
Negro) funded and co-directs the ISISLab laboratory within the
Department. ISISLab has been hosting, until now, the research
activity of 10 PhD students, more than 20 collaborators (grants,
fellowships) and provided support for more than 120 thesis (Bachelor
and Master level) with computing facilities such that a 38-nodes IBM
cluster, file and application servers, teaching lab, a stereoscopic
screen, augmented reality devices etc.
He is co-author of more than 100
papers in internationally refereed journals and conferences of IEEE,
ACM, etc. and he has been the PhD supervisor of 6 PhD students of
Computer Science PhD program at the University of Salerno.
Vittorio Scarano has been part of
more than 20 Program Committees of International Conferences since
2000, and is actively involved in the organization (Steering
Committee) of the Adaptive Hypermedia conferences and the
Information Visualization conferences. He has been reviewer for more
than 30 among Journals, Conferences and Workshops.
In 2000, he has been awarded
(with his coauthors) the ``Best poster award''at the 9th World Wide
Web Conference (WWW9). In 2008, he has been awarded by IBM with the
International IBM Jazz Innovation Award as a grant of 25.000$.
Vittorio Scarano teaching
activities has been conducted at the University of Salerno in the
Computer Science (Informatica) program at the Bachelor level (Laurea
di I livello), at the Master level (Laurea magistrale/specialistica)
and at the PhD level (Dottorato di ricerca) with courses on
networking, distributed programming, computer architectures and
others. He has also taught for Computer Science degrees at the
University Parthenope in Naples and at the University of Basilicata in Potenza.