Cosimo Palazzo received his Master’s degree (cum laude) in Computer Engineering from the University of Lecce, Italy, in December 2003 and obtained a Ph.D. in Information Engineering at the University of Salento in September 2007.
In 2007, he worked at the NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency (NC3A, The Hague, the Netherlands) on wireless networking in the military.
From 2008 to 2012, he was a research assistant at the Department of Innovation Engineering of the University of Salento. His research areas dealt with the design, modeling and performance evaluation of communication protocols for wireless networks.
He joined the CMCC in July 2012. His activities concern the design, development and performance analysis of software solutions for scientific data analysis in the context of climate change.
He is the author of several papers published in international journals and proceedings of international conferences.
- INDIGO-DataCloud: a Platform to Facilitate Seamless Access to E-Infrastructures
- Towards an Open (Data) Science Analytics-Hub for Reproducible Multi-Model Climate Analysis at Scale
- Big Data Analytics on Large-Scale Scientific Datasets in the INDIGO-DataCloud Project
- On the Use of In-Memory Analytics Workflows to Computer eScience Indicators from Large Climate Datasets
- Distributed and cloud-based multi-model analytics experiments on large volumes of climate change data in the earth system grid federation eco-system
- Big data analytics for climate change and biodiversity in the EUBrazilCC federated cloud infrastructure
- Ophidia: A Full Software Stack for Scientific Data Analytics
- A big data analytics framework for scientific data management
- Ophidia: Toward Big Data Analytics for eScience
- A multi-service data management platform for scientific oceanographic products