Cv gianni valenti eng
Via A. Bragazzi, 5 – 56123 Pisa (PI) – Italy
Via Giuntini, 25 – 56123 Navacchio (PI) – Italy
Design of digital electronic circuits for FireWire™ cameras used in scien-
tific, medical and industrial applications.
V.le R. Piaggio, 25 – 56025 Pontedera (PI) – Italy
Electronic engineer (Powertrain and engine innovation)
Involved in the development of lithium-ion battery and BMS for Piaggio
I.S.T.I. – CNR (National Research Council)
Via G. Moruzzi, 1 – 56124 Pisa (PI) – Italy
Development of software and web-services for workflow management in
Via Toscoromagnola, 187 – 56021 Cascina (PI) – Italy
Development of a web-based management software.
GIANNI VALENTI – CURRICULUM VITAE – 17 DECEMBER 2010 – PAG. 1/3
Via Malagoli, 12 – 56100 Pisa (PI) – Italy
Development of the blog platform for the community of Libero.it.
Via P. Capponi – 56031 Soiana (PI) – Italy
Development of e-learning platform and other web-applications.
Via G. Pascoli – 56100 Pisa (PI) – Italy
CMS development and server administration.
M. Sc. in Electronic Engineering (final score 108/110)
Thesis title: “Distributed Intrusion Detection for Secure Cooperative Mul-
Facoltà di Ingegneria – Università di Pisa
A. Fagiolini, G. Valenti, L. Pallottino, G. Dini, and A. Bicchi, “Decentral-
ized intrusion detection for secure cooperative multi–agent systems,” in
Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. on Decision and Control, 2007
A. Fagiolini, G. Valenti, L. Pallottino, G. Dini, and A. Bicchi, “Local moni-
tor implementation for decentralized intrusion detection in secure mul-
ti–agent systems,” 3rd IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering,
A. Fagiolini, M. Pellinacci, G. Valenti, G. Dini, and A. Bicchi, “Consen-
sus–based distributed intrusion detection for multi–robot systems,” IEEE
International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2008.
GIANNI VALENTI – CURRICULUM VITAE – 17 DECEMBER 2010 – PAG. 2/3
Reading: C1 - Writing: C1 - Oral expression: C1.
(Self assessment based on Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
During my experience in Piaggio I was in direct contact with companies of
international relevance and I learned to manage work relationships.
I developed my degree thesis in the Interdipartimental Research Center
“E. Piaggio” and there I had the possibility to work with students of differ-
ent nationalities, cultures and backgrounds, developing cooperation and
During my experience in Wind I developed a good teamwork attitude.
During my experience in Piaggio I learned to organize my work and some-
times that of my colleagues, meeting goals and deadlines.
During my experience in Y Group I learned to manage people and small
VHDL (Xilinx FPGA, uBlaze soft-core processor).
C, C++, C#, basic knowledge of Assembly.
FMEA, international standards (IEC, ISO, UL).
pHp, SQL, HTML, XHTML, XML, XSL, CSS.
Linux server administration (Apache, pHp, MySQL, PostgreSQL, ftp, mail
Operating systems: Mac OS X, Linux, Microsoft Windows.
I have been playing the tenor saxophone since I was ten years old. From
2003 to 2005 I also taught saxophone and music theory to the children of
the “L. Mugnone” philharmonic in Navacchio (PI).
Currently I play the saxophone in an original-ska band with which I par-
ticipated in several contests. We produced an album called “A fine blend of
ska & rocksteady” that received some good reviews from dedicated maga-
Occasionally I play and record songs with other bands in Italy and the
GIANNI VALENTI – CURRICULUM VITAE – 17 DECEMBER 2010 – PAG. 3/3
Dear Further to your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I am now in a position to respond. 1. Please confirm or deny whether you commission services relating to the management of the following symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS): NHS MK - We commission MS services without specifying the detailed symptoms. NHS Northants - These conditions are commissioned irrespective of whether
http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/poplog/src/master/S.pcwnt/teach/a. TEACH ATNSUM (ATN SUMMARY) Chris Mellish February 1983This file gives a short summary of a small subset of the ATN formalism. For more details and an introduction, see * ATNS and especially thereferences cited in it. This summary is necessarily simplified andcontains a core that is probably present in most ATN implementations,e