PAGELLO ENRICO

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95b21be7bb66ea326d6f80bcc3467929 Posta elettronica 95b21be7bb66ea326d6f80bcc3467929
Struttura Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell'Informazione (DEI)
Telefono 0498277687
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Settore scientifico ING-INF/05 - SISTEMI DI ELABORAZIONE DELLE INFORMAZIONI
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Orario di ricevimento
Studio No. 105 al secondo piano dell'edificio ex-GIL alle Barche in Vicenza ricevimento su appuntamento in data da concordare fra studente e docente a seguito dell'invio di un mail all'indirizzo enrico.pagello@unipd.it
(aggiornato il 26/06/2013 22:46)

Curriculum Vitae
Enrico Pagello was born in Vicenza, Italy, on November 17, 1946. He is resident in Italy, in ContrĂ  Valmerlara 23, 36100 Vicenza, and is married, with one son (30 years old), and one daugther (34 years old).

He is currently a Full Professor of Computer Science, and a member of the Doctorate School in Information Engineering, at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Padua. He is also a Founding Director of the Intelligent Autonomous System Laboratory (IAS-Lab), since 1999, at the Dept. of Information Engineering of University of Padua.

He has taught classes on Foundations of Computer Science at the Undergraduate Division for the Bachelor on Mechatronics Engineering, and on Autonomous Robotics for the Master in Computer Engineering.

He was a part-time Senior Associate Scientist at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering of the Italian Research Council (ISIB-CNR), and he is a Founding Partner, since 2005, of IT+Robotics Srl, a Spin-off Industrial Company co-participated by the University of Padua, for developing industrial innovative products in the area of industrial automation, mobile robotics, video surveillance and small personal robots.

In 2009 has been elected Fellow of the School of Engineering at The University of Tokyo.

Prof. Pagello received in 1972 his "Laurea in Ingegneria Elettronica" (a traditional Italian five-years curriculum, plus Dissertation, in Electronics Engineering) at Padua University. From 1973 till 1976 he won a four-years Fellowship, rougly equivalent to a PhD training curriculum (please note that there has not been any PhD Curriculum active in any Italian Universities before 1980) at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering of the Italian Research Council (ISIB-CNR), where he became a Junior Associate Scientist in 1976. Then, in 1983 he moved to the University of Padua, as an Associate Professor of Computer Science of the Faculty of Engineering, where he became a Full Professor in 2002.

During the academic year 1977-78, he was a Visiting Scholar for one full year at the Lab. of Artificial Intelligence of Stanford University (USA), upon an invitation of prof. J. McCarthy, to do research in the Robotics Group that at that time was designing the AL Robot Language.

In Nov. 1991, he was a Visiting Associate Prof. at Keio University (in Yokohama - Japan), that he visited again as Visiting Full Professor in May and June 2005, and where he has been a JSPS Fellow from March 2008 till August 2008, to do research in Robotics at the Dept. of System Design Engineering, with Prof.s K. Ohnishi and K. Yoshida. In May and June 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, and 2001, he was a Visiting Scientist at the Dept. of Precision Machinery Engineering of the University of Tokyo, where he has also been a JSPS Fellow from February 2004 till July 2004, to do research in cooperation with Prof. T. Arai. Since 2001, he has also developed a close relationship with prof. H. Ishiguro of Osaka University. He lectured in many Italian and foreign Universities. He has also been an Invited Professor for periods of one months, at the University of Shanghai Jiao-Tong (PR-China) in 1989, and Escola Politecnica de Universidade de Sao Paulo (Brazil) in 2009. His current research interests include the application of A.I. to Robotics with particular regard to the Multi-robot Systems, Cognitive Robotics, Robot Programming Languages, Humanoids and Robotics Rehabilitation.

Curriculum del docente in PDF: 95B21BE7BB66EA326D6F80BCC3467929.pdf

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