Research Interests

I'm Assistant Professor (tenure-track) at the University of Rome - Sapienza.

I'm interested in many aspects of Distributed Computing, Distributed Systems and Computer Security. Specifically:

    • Dynamic Networks.

    • Mobile Agents, Mobile robots.

    • Computer Security and Anonymous Communication.

    • NLP techniques applied to binary analysis domain.

Curriculum Vitae

Please, have a look at my constantly updated printable Curriculum Vitae or my Google Scholar profile

Contact:

diluna[AT]diag.uniroma1.it


Computing in Anonymous Dynamic Networks Is Linear

With my friend Giovanni Viglietta we have finally shown that computing (and counting) in ADN with a leader is linear: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2204.02128.pdf

Correctness of Debug Info on optimized binaries

We got a paper accepted at ASPLOS 2021 on compilers! The paper also won the Distinguished Paper Award.

Mobile Agents on Dynamic Graphs

I wrote a book chapter on "mobile agents on dynamic graphs" (link).