2012 World Technology Law Conference & Annual Meeting
May 3–4, 2012 • The Ritz-Carlton • Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
Professor Maurizio Talamo
Full Professor, University of Rome ("Tor Vergata") Nestor Lab; Rome, Italy
Professor Maurizio Talamo conducts research activity in various fields of theoretical and applied Computer Science, and is primarily focused on Security, Cooperation, Privacy, Social Networks, Validation, e-Id Ecosystem.
He was formerly the Supervisor of the Italian Electronic Identity Card Project for the Ministry of Interior; the coordinator of the Masters and PhD Programs in Information Security of the in the University of Rome “Tor Vergata;” President of the University INUIT-Tor Vergata Foundation; Director of the Master in “Security and Innovation Management;” and Member of Government Commissions for: Interior Ministry, Transport Ministry, Agriculture Ministry, Ministry of Finance.
Professor Talamo has authored more than 100 papers in the fields of interest, published in most reputed international scientific journals and conference proceedings. He is also the author of national and international patents: he has developed patents whose licenses are filed in the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, China and Europe, and were acquired by Google, Nokia, eBay, Microsoft and Intel.