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Thesis at ISMB

One of the hottest topics of the last century is the environment preservation. Particularly, over the last years, the attention of our society has been focused, in the industrial context, on the need of reducing both waste production and toxic emissions. Internet of Things (IoT) devices have already been adopted in factories, contributing to a more sustainable production.

Such an interest adoption of IoT solutions has attracted ISMB’s interest, leading to the investigation on how Multi Agent Systems can be used in conjunction with IoT technologies to pursue the objectives previously described. A multi-agent system is a computerized system composed of multiple interacting intelligent agents, thought for resolving problems that would result difficult or impossible to solve for an individual agent. MAS can be used in the most disparate domains, ranging from Distributed Constraints Optimization (DCO) problems to coordination and delegation of computational tasks.

This thesis will focus on the analysis and development of a Multi-Agent System interacting with an IoT system, providing asynchronous data in a Fabric-Of-the-Future context (e.g. waste management collection and dispatching).

Topic How are we driving today? Identification of information and customization approaches for drivers of autonomous vehicles
Keywords Ambient Intelligence, Conversational Interaction, Voice Interaction, Automotive
Degree Computer Engineering
Credits 30
Advisors Fulvio Corno, Luigi De Russis
In collaboration with CRF - Centro Ricerche FIAT

Topic Multiple theses about tools, frameworks, web applications, and methodologies for easing the development process of Internet of Things systems
Keywords Internet of Things, Software Engineering, Developers, IDE, Code Recipes, Novices
Degree Computer Engineering, Cinema and Media Engineering
Credits 30
Advisors Fulvio Corno, Luigi De Russis, Juan Pablo Saénz

Topic Design and develop a toolkit for developing GUI applications in Python with modern-looking widgets and modern development approaches
Keywords Python, GUI, Toolkit, Form-based application, Electron-like solutions
Degree Computer Engineering, Cinema and Media Engineering
Credits 30
Advisors Fulvio Corno, Luigi De Russis