Since October 2010 he is Associate Professor at the Department of Innovation Engineering at the University of Salento. He is professor of organizational systems and integrated design of business. He is the author of over 130 international publications. Angelo Corallo is responsible for the research laboratory Collaborative HOlistic Research Environment Design Laboraroty (CORE lab ex cPDM) within the Department of Innovation Engineering at the University of Salento, University of Salento – Italy.
The laboratory focuses, on technologies, methodologies and organizational models supporting collaboration among people (knowledge workers) and organizations (network of firms):
– collaboration among knowledge workers addressing the issue of Collaborative Working Environment (Knowledge Modelling and Ontology Engineering enabling prototype applications inspired by the logic of the Semantic Web) and the topic of knowledge management in complex environments (Knowledge-based Engineering and the Product Lifecycle Management).
These two research topics are addressed in many of national and European research projects including: X@Work, X-Net.Lab, Syntesis (national projects), CRESCENDO (European projects).
– partnership among firms within industrial districts and clusters, dealing with the topic of Digital Ecosystems of Business and the topic of Internetworked Enterprise. These two research topics are addressed in many national and European research projects including: Discorso, Tekne, KITE.it; (national projects) and DBE, OPAALS, Secure SCM (European projects); The CORE Lab has affiliated five spin-offs. He is member of the Scientific Committee of the GeCo on the Product Lifecycle Management of the Milan Polytechnic. He is member of the Expert Group of the Ministry of Education (MIUR) in support of the activities of selection, control and monitoring provided for by Article 14 of the D.M. 593/2000.
Giulio Avanzini (M.Sc., Ph.D.) is Professor in Flight Mechanics at the Università del Salento. He was research staff at the Italian Ship Model Basin, assistant professor at Politecnico di Torino and visiting professor at the University of Glasgow (UK) and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (USA). His most recent research interest include autonomous flight; spacecraft attitude dynamics and control in under-actuated conditions; autonomous underwater vehicles; electric and hybrid-electric aircraft and rotorcraft.
Giovanni Scarafile is associate professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Pisa and member of the teaching staff of the PhD in Philosophy of the Universities of Pisa / Florence. Liu Boming Professor at the University of Nanjing. He directs the editorial series Controversies. Ethics and Interdisciplinarity for John Benjamins Publishing Company in Amsterdam and is a member of the editorial board of Diogenes. He is a member of the FISP Steering Committee. Fédération Internationale Des Sociétés De Philosophie, Vice-president of the IASC (International Association for the Study of Controversies) and Secretary of the SIFM (Italian Society of Moral Philosophy).
Mariangela Lazoi, PhD in Management Engineering, is Researcher in the Department of Innovation Engineering – University of Salento (Italy). She is scientific and technical responsible and exploitation leader in several research projects. Her research activity is focalized on methodologies and technologies for product design, product lifecycle management and business process management. She has a wide experience in the analysis of complex industrial sectors, mainly matured during action research in collaboration with manufacturing companies.
Maria Elena Latino, PhD in Complex System Engineering, is Researcher at the Department of Innovation Engineering of the University of Salento. She is scientific director and technical leader of several research projects. Her research activity is characterized by a cross-disciplinary approach and is focused on the digitalization processes, methodologies and technologies of the Agri-food industry, the consumer behavior analysis, the food product lifecycle management, the sustainability management of agri-food supply chain, the business process management and re-engineering, the entrepreneurship and business model. She is author of numerous publications and tutor of several master’s and three-year degree thesis.
Marianna Lezzi, PhD in Complex Systems Engineering, is Researcher in the Department of Innovation Engineering – University of Salento (Italy). Her research focuses on cybersecurity management (critical assets, threats, vulnerabilities, risks and countermeasures) for networked industrial contexts.