Fabrizio Celli (Software Engineer) received the Second Level Degree in Information Technology (MSc, Laurea specialistica in Ingegneria Informatica) from the University of Rome "Roma Tre" in 2009. He has worked on various topics in the area of databases. In particular, from 2007 to 2009 he worked with the University "Roma Tre", where his major interest was on the development of MIDST tool and on model management, with specific focus to the transformation of schema and data from a model to another. In 2009 he worked for three months with EPFL (école polytechnique fédéral de Lausanne) on a conceptual model for the representation of spatio-dimensional trajectories, implementing a probabilistic algorithm for trajectories classification. Since February 2010 he has been working with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), developing the Web Java-based Search Engine AGRIS, the RDF-based application "OpenAgris", and managing XML and RDF repositories. He also administered some test and production Unix Servers. His major technical skills are Java, ORDBMS, XML, RDF, Design and Architectural patterns, Search Engines (Apache Solr) and Operating systems.
|Interest in LODLAM||
We are a public international Organization and we are trying to spread open data by using Semantic Web technologies. Thus, we would like to collaborate with you to reach this objective, discussing problems, methodologies, etc.
Other NGO or Non-Profit, Government (incl National and State libraries and archives)
|Linked Open Data Projects||
Biotech Explorer: http://www.fao.org/biotech/biotech-glossary/en/
– [POSTER] The OpenAGRIS (s)mashup : Using linked data and web services to augment AGRIS repository content. Fabrizio Celli, Stefano Anibaldi, Yves Jaques, Imma Subirats, Armando Stellato, Lim Ying-Sean, Johannes Keizer. The 7th International Conference on Open Repositories (2012)
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations