Nicola Nostro

Position: Alumni (Former Members) Nostro, Nicola
Description:

Nicola Nostro received the master degree in Computer Science from the University of Florence (Italy), in October 2010. From November 2010 to December 2011 he was owner of two research grants at Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) in Pisa (Italy). His research was done in the context of the European Project CONNECT "Emergent Connectors for Eternal Software Intensive Networked Systems".

He received is Ph.D. in Computer Science and Applications at the University of Florence, in March 2015, with a thesis titles "Model-Based Approaches To Dependability And Security Assessment in Critical and Dynamic Systems".
His research interest focus on: automatic approaches for model-based analysis of dependability in complex and evolvable systems; methods and techniques for quantitative analysis of dependability; interdependencies modeling and analysis in critical infrastructures; fault tolerance techniques.

Currently he is RAMS engineer at Resiltech, which is a company operating in the field of critical systems.

Recent Publications

  • Journal N. R. Veeraragavan, L. Montecchi, N. Nostro, R. Vitenberg, H. Meling and A. Bondavalli. "Modeling QoE in Dependable Tele-immersive Applications: A Case Study of World Opera", IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems (IEEE TPDS), Vol. 27, September, 2016, pp. 2667-2681. [More] 
  • Journal N. Nostro, R. Spalazzese, F. Di Giandomenico and P. Inverardi. "Achieving functional and non functional interoperability through synthesized connectors", Journal of Systems and Software, Vol. 111, January, 2016, pp. 185 - 199. [More] 
  • Conference N. Nostro, D. Iacono, A. Ceccarelli and A. Bondavalli. "Towards Failure and Intrusion Detection in Systems of Systems: Challenges and an Approach". ISORC-SORT 2016. 2016. [More] 
  • Conference N. Nostro et al.. "A Multi-Criteria Ranking of Security Countermeasures". Proceedings of the 31st Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing. 2016. pp. 530-533. [More] 
  • Technical Report L. Montecchi, N. Nostro, N. R. Veeraragavan, R. Vitenberg, H. Meling and A. Bondavalli. "Stochastic Activity Networks model for the evaluation of the World Opera system". University of Florence, RCL Group. Technical Report RCL131001. 2015. [More] 
 

Resilient Computing Lab, 2011

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