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Director of WebValley 2012. With a PhD at ETH Zurich, she is a an expert on geo-informatics methods to study transportation systems and environmental health. At MPBA she coordinates the development of IET (Economical Territorial Interface) a new WebGIS platform integrating geographic data with statistical information relative to socio economic variables. She is also developing new methods for risk mapping for MITRIS (analysis of road accident risk) and the Cancer Atlas-Trentino. She co-directed with Giuseppe Jurman the WebValley Summer School also in 2009 and 2011.
Co-Director. Contributing to WebValley since 2002, Giuseppe Jurman is a mathematician, with a PhD in Algebra, working at MPBA on various aspects of computational biology. His main research interests are statistical machine learning, mathematical modeling for high-throughtput data and network analysis. He is also an expert in scientific programming with Python and other computing languages.
Director of Scientific Program. Cesare is a mathematician, a senior researcher at FBK and head of the MPBA research unit. His research vision is the need for connecting high-throughput omics data with environmental variables (bio-geoinformatics), to support new predictive models in human and environmental health. He has published more than 100 scientific works, led about 60 research projects, help founding one spinoff company, but overall he is a founder of the WebValley Summer School, and has run the program since its first edition in 2001.
Riccardo has a MsC in Geoinformation science and is the technical manager of the Geoinformatics platform at MPBA, studying the problem of data harmonization and service-based geospatial scientific computing. In the MPBA unit he leads the development of ENVIRO, an innovative scientific WebGIS platform for monitoring the effects of climate change of agricultural systems in Trentino. He is co-directing the scientific program of the school.
Responsible for Web Platform development. Shamar is a WebValley 2007 school edition alumno. At MPBA he is the main developer of the WebGIS platforms, while is a student in Computer Science at UniTN. His everyday working tools are PostgreSQL and PostGIS, Geoserver, ExtJS, PHP.
WebValley Tech Lab coordinator. Gabriele is a WebValley Summer 2002 alumno. He is now completing his Master in Computer Science at UniTN and a technologist at the MPBA unit since 2007. He overviews the Context Aware project, which aims to help people with disabilities in everyday life by combining mobile devices, geographic and localization systems. He has been the main responsible for the technical lab organization and setup since 2009.
Since 2009, he is responsible for logistics of the Webvalley lab. He is an expert developer of mobile apps and interfaces (IOS, Android) for data entry and location aware computing, and more recently a developer of WebGIS platform. He is now completing his Master in Computer Science at UniTN and a technologist at the MPBA unit since 2009.
Responsible for WebValley 2012 scientific administration, Martina is a geographer. She graduated in Geography and Urban Planning at University of Pisa in 2009. At MPBA she wrote her Master thesis on a new WebGIS platform, IET (Economical Territorial Interface), that integrates geographic data with statistical information relative to socio economic variables.
Davide joined WebValley school in 2009. He is currently studying Computer Science at the University of Trento. At MPBA, he works as the main developer for SicurSkiWeb project web application and webGIS. He also coded parts of the brand-new WebValley web site, and he was the one getting an email every time something went wrong: don't blame him too much, thank him for making everything else working.
New entry in the WebValley Team as a Tech Lab coordinator. Michele Filosi is currently enrolled in the Biomolecular Science PhD School at University of Trento (Italy). His project is focused on application of Computer Science to Biology with a particular interest in analysis and pathway detection in biological networks.
New entry in the WebValley Team as a Tech Lab coordinator. Roberto Visintainer received his Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Trento (Italy) in 2013. His research interests are mainly in Computational Biology with a specific focus on Biological Network theory. In particular he is dealing with the problem of reproducibility and stability in network inference.