Patrizio Angelini completed his Bachelor and Master studies in Computer Engineering (Ingegneria Informatica) at Roma Tre University, Italy, where he also received his Ph.D. in 2010. He was a Post-doc Fellow at the same University till 2015, and then a Research Assistant at the University of Tübingen, Germany, till 2019. In 2013, he also spent two months as Visiting Scholar at the University of Sydney, Australia.
Prof. Angelini's main research interests are in Algorithm Engineering and Complexity, with a focus on Graph Drawing and Network Visualization, the research field dealing with the algorithmic challenges deriving from the visualization of networks. His work also extends to the areas of Graph Theory, Computational Geometry, Information Visualization, and Discrete Mathematics.
Prof. Angelini's teaching activities include courses in several areas of Computer Science, such as software programming, basic and advanced algorithms, and theoretical computer science. He gave an invited lecture for the Ph.D. School: Recent Trends in Graph Drawing and Network Visualization. He also taught courses for private companies and the Italian Public Administration, and co-founded an IT Consultancy and Education company in 2008, where he worked as Education Manager until 2016.
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