Angelo Di Iorio is Senior Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (DISI) of the University of Bologna. He is member of the Digital and Semantic Publishing Laboratory (DASPLab)

Short bio

Angelo Di Iorio holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science. His PhD thesis covers markup languages and document engineering areas, being focused on design patterns for digital documents and automatic processes of analysis and segmentation.

His research interests also include: versioning and diff-ing techniques, collaborative editing, formatting
and pagination, collaborative editing, semantic publishing.

From February to May 2006, he was visiting researcher at the Scholarly Technology Group of the Brown
University (Providence, RI, USA). He worked with Dr. Elli Mylonas and Prof. David Durand on Xanalogical
models and collaborative editing tools on the Web.
From October 2007 to February 2008, and from October 2008 to February 2009, he visited HPLabs, Bristol,
UK. In the first visit, he worked with Dr. John Lumley on topogical descriptions of layouts and automatic
formatting; in the second one he joined the same research group to work on content inclusions and
composite documents.
From July 2007 to September 2011 he has been member of the XSL-FO Working Group of the W3C (World
Wide Web Consortium) . He worked on the design notes of XSL-FO 2.0 and the following working drafts
and contributed to the transition of the group into the XML Print and Page Layout group.
In 2007 he was member of the Chameleon Federation supported by HP for researching on digital publishing
and variable data printing. In the same year he worked on the BATHOS project sponsored by HP
Philanthropy Programme on multi-channel publishing environments.

He has published more than 12 papers in peer-reviewed international journals and books, and more than
60 papers in International Conferences and Workshops. His current H-index on Google Scholar is 17.

In 2009 he organized the 1st ACM Workshop on New Forms of Xanalogical Storage and Functions. He
has been co-chair of the Web Technologies track at the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing for six editions (2011 – 2017). He is chair of DChanges – Workshop on Document Changes: Modeling,
Detection, Storage and Visualization at ACM Symposium on Document Engineering (2013 – 2016). He is
also chair of the Semantic Publishing Challenge at Extended Semantic Web Conference (2015 – 2017).
He served as Program Committee (PC) member in several international conferences and workshops,