People

The Neubot team is based at the NEXA Center for Internet & Society at Politecnico di Torino. Neubot project lead is Simone Basso, research fellow of the NEXA Center and PhD student at Politecnico. He develops Neubot in collaboration with and under the supervision of dr. Antonio Servetti, dr. Federico Morando and prof. Juan Carlos De Martin.

The following people contributed source code patches and/or translations to the Neubot project: Alessio Palmero Aprosio, Claudio Artusio, Roberto D'Auria and Marco Scopesi. The following people contributed to prepare the project privacy policy: atty. Monica Alessia Senor and dr. Eleonora Bassi.

Biographies

  • Simone Basso

    Simone Basso — Project lead

    Simone Basso received the Bachelor and the MoS in Computer Engineering from Politecnico di Torino, in 2006 and 2009 respectively. His research interests include TCP, Internet traffic management, network neutrality, peer to peer networks, streaming, kernel-level programming, and wireless transmission and drivers. He currently is a PhD student in Information and System Engineering at Politecnico di Torino with the Internet Media Group and the NEXA Center for Internet & Society. He's fellow of the NEXA Center since 2010 and he is the main researcher and developer behind the Neubot Project on Network Neutrality.

  • Antonio Servetti

    Antonio Servetti — Scientific assistant and developer

    Antonio Servetti received the MS degree in Computer Engineering in 1999, and the Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering in 2004, both from the Politecnico of Turin, Italy. In 2003 Dr. Servetti was a Visiting Scholar supervised by prof. J.D. Gibson at the Signal Compression Laboratory of the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he worked on low bit-rate scalable speech coding and selective encryption for multimedia communications. He is now an assistant professor on Computer Engineering with the Dipartimento di Automatica ed Informatica of the Politecnico di Torino.

    His research focuses on speech and audio signal processing, coding and transmission over wired and wireless packet networks. He his member of the IEEE Signal Processing Society and of the International Speech Communication Association.

  • Federico Morando

    Federico Morando — Project management assistant

    Federico is an economist, with interdisciplinary research interests focused on the intersection between law, economics and technology. His research activity at the Nexa Center mainly concerns new models of production and sharing of digital contents. He also taught intellectual property and competition law at Bocconi University in Milan and he is an associate editor of the IJCLP. He has an undergraduate degree in Economics from Bocconi Univ. and a master’s degree in Economic theory and econometrics from the Univ. of Toulouse. He holds a Ph.D. in Institutions, Economics and Law from the Univ. of Turin and Ghent with a dissertation about software interoperability. He joined the working group of the Nexa Center in 2006 at the beginning of its first year of formal activity. From Dec. 2012, he leads the Creative Commons Italy project and he is a member of the Open Team of Regione Piemonte that launched and steers the development of the first Italian open government data portal. From 2008 to 2012, in his position as the first Managing Director of the Center, he worked closely with the Directors to define staff and project goals and to coordinate the Center’s fellows. From 2013 he is Director of Research and Policy, focusing on the coordination of the cross-disciplinary research activities of the Center and on the related policy support actions.

  • Juan Carlos De Martin

    Juan Carlos De Martin — Scientific supervisor

    Associate Professor at the Politecnico di Torino's Information Engineering School, where he leads, together with Prof. A.R. Meo, the Internet Media Group, he previously spent several years at Italy's National Research Council, two years as Visiting Scholar at the University of California, and two years in Dallas as Texas Instruments technical staff member and (2000) as adjunct professor at the University of Texas. Since 2005 he has been leading the Creative Commons Italy project, which he had-cofounded in 2003, and in 2006 founded the NEXA Research Center for Internet and Society at the Politecnico di Torino. Since September 2007 Juan Carlos De Martin is the coordinator of COMMUNIA, the European Thematic Network on the digital public domain. He is also a IEEE member and author, or co-author, of over ninety international scientific publications.