RCL @ ARTISAN PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 July 2022 15:03

Alongside with his colleagues Oum El-Kheir and Oliver Jung, Andrea Ceccarelli, associate professor at RCL, co-organized a summer school entitled ARTISAN: Role and effects of ARTificial Intelligence in Secure ApplicatioNs.

The school had more than 25 PhD students participating and actively contributing to discussions, and is still ongoing in the windy Valence (France). Below you can find photos of talks, some of them provided by other staff at University of Florence.


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Annuncio Posizione RTD-A PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 08 October 2021 15:09

Si annuncia che l'università degli Studi di Firenze ha bandito una posizione di ricercatore a tempo determinato di tipo A (RTD-A) nel settore INF/01 Informatica, D.M. 1062/2021 ­ "INNOVAZIONE", con scadenza ore 13:00 del 22 ottobre 2021.

Link al bando: https://www.unifi.it/p12102.html

Dipartimento di Matematica e Informatica "Ulisse Dini"

Titolo del progetto di ricerca: "SafeAI: Integrazione di Intelligenza Artificiale nei sistemi critici per la sicurezza"

Sintesi del progetto di ricerca:

Studio di soluzioni per una Intelligenza Artificiale (IA) sicura (safe), studiando e applicando un modello concettuale, una guida architetturale e una metodologia di progettazione e assessment. Il progetto si propone di i) analizzare sistemi basati su IA studiando le nuove superfici di guasto e attacco offerte da DNN (Deep Neural Network) e GPGPU (General Purpose GPU), ii) definire possibili contromisure sia interne, ovvero definendo meccanismi appropriati per proteggere la DNN e GPGPU da guasti e attacchi, sia a livello di sistema, ovvero garantendo che guasti o attacchi non si propaghino all’esterno del componente, iii) valutare sperimentalmente le soluzioni ottenute.

Responsabile scientifico: Paolo Lollini (per info sul progetto scrivere a This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

New project started! PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 03 June 2021 14:46

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The POR-CREO FESR 2014-2020 SPaCe project recently started!

The Smart passenger Center project researches multimedial solutions to orchestrate surveillance and mobility services. It relies on Artificial Intelligence (AI) to equip operators and transportation authority with instruments for the management of the dynamics of passengers flow.

Within SPaCe, the Resilient Computing Lab will research solutions for the design and evaluation of dependable and secure systems that include intelligent components.

Invited Speaker at SBRC-WTF 2020 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 08 December 2020 18:30

On 7th December, Andrea Ceccarelli was invited for a talk at the WORKSHOP DE TESTES E TOLERÂNCIA A FALHAS (WTF 2020) co-located with the Simpósio Brasileiro de Redes de Computadores e Sistemas Distribuídos (SBRC), where he presented the talk "On failures of RGB cameras and their effects in autonomous driving applications".

See the page of the workshop: http://sbrc2020.sbc.org.br/?page_id=1269 and the Workshop program: http://sbrc2020.sbc.org.br/?page_id=1925

We also have a video of the talk, which was created as backup in case of problems during the live presentation.

Best Research Paper Candidate PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 October 2020 12:44


Paper "On failures of RGB cameras and their effects in autonomous driving applications" from
Francesco Secci and Andrea Ceccarelli was shortlisted as Best Research Paper Candidate at ISSRE 2020 (31st International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering)! Check the paper and the tool (also on github)! 

You can see the list of Best Research paper Candidates and all papers accepted at ISSRE 2020 at http://2020.issre.net/research-accepted-papers#best_papers

Call for Papers- Special Issue on Resilient Cyber-Physical Systems PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 09 September 2020 12:02

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Message from the Guest Editors

This Special Issue “Resilient Cyber-Physical Systems” aims to discuss innovative methodologies and techniques for improving resilience in the broad spectrum of cyber physical systems, presenting new research advances as well as their application in relevant case studies, especially welcoming industrial applications. New ideas proposing disruptive approaches are also welcome. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following areas:

  • Design and assessment methodologies, techniques, and tools for secure and dependable cyber-physical systems
  • Modelling and experimenting with resilient cyber-physical systems
  • Threat and hazard assessment and mitigation
  • Artificial Intelligence solutions for cyber-physical resiliency
  • Model-Driven Engineering for resilient cyberphysical systems
  • Validation and certification issues in cyber-physical systems
  • Industrial applications and case studies


Brain Drain... Again! PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 February 2020 00:00

After more than one month of Secondment, Leonardo is ready to come back to Brasil. It is alway a pleasure for us to have our Monteci here in Florence, and happy to see how well is he doing in Campinas - Sao Paulo!

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Very nice achievements for the ADVANCE project!

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RCL Welcomes a New PhD Student PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 17 December 2019 13:39

A new PhD Student, Atif Muhammad, has joined the RCL group!

He introduced himself with a dissertation entitled "Machine Learning Applications in Data Mining and Image Processing". Good Luck Atif!

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