Raffaele Nicolussi received his Laurea in Computer Engineering in 2003 from the University of Rome, “RomaTRE” with a thesis about web accessibility.
Since 2002 he is a researcher at Fondazione Ugo Bordoni (FUB) where he carries out research and project management in the “Digital Services” area. His research interests include web data mining, customized and contextual systems for accessing information, accessibility and usability of multimedia platforms with reference to e-learning and Digital Television.
He participated and coordinated several European Projects including APSIS4ALL and MediAccess. He collaborated with AgID in the pagoPA project and currently cooperates with it in projects related to e-procurement. He is also responsible for the Digitization and Management of “Rights of Use” of TV frequences on behalf of the Mise.
Since 2007 he is professor for the course of “Computer Science Laboratory” at the University of Rome La Sapienza.
He is author or co-author of several scientific works published in books, national and international journals and in conference proceedings.