Davide Carboni

Davide Carboni

Davide Carboni is a professional with almost 20 years of experience in the field of ICT working at the border between research and innovation. He graduated in Electronic Engineering at the University of Cagliari (IT), completed a scholar internship at the IMS laboratory in Bordeaux (FR) and received a PhD in Informatics from University of Sherbrooke (Quebec) in 2005.

He joined the Centre for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia (CRS4) as software engineer, then senior technologist and finally head of Geoweb and Internet of Things program. In 2008-09 was appointed as coordinator of Mobile and UX Lab for Sardegna Ricerche (an italian agency for industrial innovation).

In 2013 co-founded the start-up Paraimpu, a pioneristic Internet of things company aimed at making easier the maintenance and orchestration of sensor data streams via web protocols.

In 2015 joined Intel labs Europe and the Intel Collaborative Research Institute (ICRI) hosted inside the Imperial College of London to work on machine learning for urban environments and to develop a number of solutions in the space of blockchain, IoT and digital wallets.

As for 2018, he is in charge of bootstrapping an emerging program in the space of cybersecurity and cryptocurrencies inside the CRS4.

Davide is author of 30+ papers in the field of ICT, and author of a number of patents currently filed by Intel at the USPTO. He is author of two well-selling books on the blockchain and Bitcoin subject and deeply involved in the debate about the future of cryptocurrencies. He is co-organizer of the %u201CIoT and Blockchain meetup%u201D regularly running in London every 2 months, and co-organizer of the Cagliari Ethereum Lab, the first meetup community with a ERC20 reputation token.







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