Short Bio (Eng)

Luigi Laura qualified in the National Academic Qualification as Associate Professor, in Computer Science and Computer Science Engineering.

Since 2000 he lectured, in Sapienza and Tor Vergata universities, several courses including “Computer Programming”, “Algorithms and Data Structures”, “Computational Complexity and Models”, and “Web-based Systems Design”; he has been the Thesis Advisor of more than one hundred students.

In Luiss he currently teaches Informatica, Bachelor degree in Economics and Management, and Machine Learning and Object Driven Marketing, degree in Marketing; in Luiss Business School he teaches courses related to Digital Skills and Big Data. In the Luiss LOFT he is the teacher of the courses Coding and Coding with Robots.

Since 2006 he is the trainer of the Italian team for the International Olympiads in Informatics  (IOI). Since 2011 he is also the scientific supervisor of the Italian Olympiads in Informatics (OII). Since 2016 he is the sceintific-technical manager of OII.

Luigi Laura co-authored, with Giorgio Ausiello, Fabrizio d’Amore, and Giorgio Gambosi, the book Linguaggi, Modelli, Complessità (nuova edizione), Franco Angeli Editore (2014).

His research interests involve algorithms for massive scale data, with a particular focus on graph algorithms, on-line algorithms and algorithms in alternative computational models, including external memory, streaming and MapReduce. He authored more than sixty international publications, including international journals and refereed conference proceedings. An updated list of his publication can be found in its Google scholar profile.

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