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Nicola Raffaele Di Matteo

Nicola Raffaele Di Matteo

Nicola Raffaele Di Matteo is a multifaceted professional, seamlessly blending roles as a researcher, inventor, entrepreneur, and software engineer. Currently, he is a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at Dalhousie University. His academic journey includes a Professional Engineer license from the University of Camerino and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Bologna. Nicola’s expertise in software engineering is evident through his leadership at Sunreport Srl in Italy and Sunreport Ltd in Canada. As Founder and CEO, he has spearheaded the development of innovative SaaS solutions for monitoring and verifying photovoltaic plants.

Nicola’s entrepreneurial spirit extends beyond software, having co-founded companies in the renewable energy and publishing sectors. His work in renewable energy, particularly in photovoltaic systems, is marked by a patented performance checking and monitoring system. He has made significant contributions in the publishing realm, including founding the first magazines with compact discs in Italy and creating the editorial format for ‘Symphonia.’ His academic pursuits are rich with publications and presentations in digital humanities, semantic web, and information retrieval. Nicola’s current research at Dalhousie University focuses on the Semantic Web, Digital Humanities, Artificial Intelligence, Information Retrieval, and Human-Computer Interaction, with a thesis project on Literature-Based Discoveries.

Fluent in multiple languages, Nicola Raffaele Di Matteo’s career is a testament to his versatility, innovation, and commitment to advancing technology in diverse fields.

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