Maurizio Agelli holds a Degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Pisa (1985) and his professional experience spans over almost 30 years in several areas of Information Technology. From 1985 to 1993 he was employed by ISCR (Ingegneria dei Sistemi di Controllo e Robotica, Pisa), where he worked on real-time systems and collaborated with leading companies from the defense and industrial automation sectors (Whitehead, Salvagnini, Oto Melara, SMA/Galileo, etc.). In 1994 he joined CRS4, where he closely collaborated until 2001 with the Digital Video Division of STM (Bristol, UK), coordinating various projects aimed at developing algorithms and software for a new generation of System-on-Chip targeted to Digital TV applications. Afterwards, he worked on several research projects (regional, national, EU) in the areas of management, retrieval and delivery of audiovisual content, collaborating with partners from the private and public sectors (Tiscali, Ennova Research, France Telecom, Regione Sardegna, Regione Veneto, etc..). From 2007 to 2013 he led the Digital Content and Collaborative TV laboratories of Sardegna Ricerche, which developed several open-source applications for organizing and delivering audiovisual content. His current research interests are focused on Digital Asset Management and on using Computer Vision techniques for automated cataloging of content.
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