Pierluigi PLEBANI – Assistant Professor
Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria
I have been working as Assistant Professor at Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria, Politecnico di Milano since 2008, where I also received the PhD degree in Information Engineering. I belong to the Information Systems group and my research interests concern Service-oriented Architectures, Process-aware Adaptive Information Systems, and Green IT.
My research activity is now mainly focused on studying how to optimize data movement in mixed cloud/fog computing environments and I am the Scientific Coordinator of the EU-H2020-DITAS project (01/2017-12/2019) which is related to this topic (paper). I am also interested in studying how to monitor cross-organizational business processes using distributed architectures adopting smart devices (paper, paper) and to make them resilient (paper).
In the past, my research activity has focused on the design of adaptive service-based business processes. A Semantic-based matchmaking algorithm named URBE, based on the evaluation of similarity between service interfaces described with WSDL or SAWSDL, has been the result of my Ph.D. (paper, prototype). In the meanwhile, I also have investigated how to describe, negotiate, and monitor Web service and cloud quality (paper, paper, paper). Recently, my work has moved to techniques for reducing CO2 emissions of applications deployed in the Cloud by changing their structure at both design-time and run-time (paper, paper).
For more details on my research activity please refer to this page.
A timely updated list of publications (including accepted but not yet published articles) is available at this page. Details on h-index (currently 18 for GoogleScholar and 14 for Scopus), citations and other bibliometrics are available via Google Scholar or via ResearchGate.
- CAiSE 2017 Best Paper Award for the paper “P. Plebani, A. Marrella, M. Mecella, M. Mizmizi, and B. Pernici. Multi-party Business Process Resilience By-Design: A Data-Centric Perspective”
- Chorafass Award for the Ph.D. thesis published in 2005
- URBE selected as the best SAWSDL Matchmaker in Semantic Service Selection Contest in 2007
- Associate Editor of International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems
- Elected as chair of IFIP WG on Service Oriented Systems (WG 2.14/6.12/8.10)
- Workshop chair at SOCA 2015, Track chair at CISIS 2011, Workshop and Tutorial co-chair at CAISE 2010, Demos and Poster co-chair at FIS 2010
- Project proposal reviewer for Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), The Netherlands
- Project proposal reviewer for Knowledge Foundation/KK-stiftelsen, Sweden
- Reviewer for several journals and magazines such as IEEE TSE (Trans. on Software Engineering), IEEE TSC (Trans. on Services Computing), ACM TOIT (Trans. on Internet Technology), IEEE TPDS (Trans. on Parallel and Distributed Systems), IEEE TSNM (Trans. on Network and Service Management), SPE (Software Practice and Experience), John Wiley, JIS (Journal Information Systems), Elsevier, SOCA (Service Oriented Computing and Applications), Springer, IBM System Journal
Membership in Program Committees:
- IEEE SOCA (IEEE International Conference on Service Oriented Computing & Applications)
- IEEE GreenCom (IEEE International Conference on Green Computing and Communications)
- ICSOC (International Conference on Service Oriented Computing)
- ICSOC-WESOA (International Workshop on Engineering Service Oriented Architecture)
- SmartGreens (International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems)
- … other minor conferences and workshops
Invited talk and panel:
- Invited talk at ICGreen Conference, “Reducing CO2 footprint of cloud-based applications: strategies and lessons learnt”, July, 2015
- Lecture on “Web service retrieval” at Semantic Web Services Winter Retreat, Seefeld, Austria, 2009
- Lecture on “Quality of Web services” at International Summer School Chambery-Torino, Certosa di Collegno, Torino, 2006
- Panel on “Quality of Service (QoS) Middleware for Web Services: Achieved Results and Challenges for the Future” at EDOC-MWS 2005 (Middleware for Web Services workshop in conjunction with the 9th International IEEE Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference)
- L. Baresi, M. Matera, and P. Plebani (Politecnico di Milano – Italy) Models and Technologies for Service Composition (issues and solutions). Presented at the 1st International Conference on Service-oriented Computing (ICSOC 2003). November, 2003, Trento, Italy.
Teaching activities (information for students is available on BeeP):
- Lecturer for Ph.D. course at Politecnico di Milano on Business Process Management at Politecnico di Milano (A.Y. 2015-2016)
- Lecturer for the Sistemi Informativi course (Management Engineering) and Process and Service Design course (Computer Science Engineering) at Politecnico di Milano (A.Y. 2015-2016)
- Formerly lecturer for several courses at Politecnico di Milano including Informatica (for Management Engineering and Civil Engineering students) for 8 years, Sistemi Informativi (for Management Engineering and Computer Science Engineering students) for 8 years
- Lecturer for technical audience on Java Enterprise Edition, Information Systems design and development, Service Oriented Architectures, Web services.
Printable version of CV (last update January, 5th, 2017)