Stefano Levialdi Ghiron

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Stefano Levialdi (1997)

Stefano (or Esteban) Levialdi Ghiron (1936 - 2015) has been a full professor at the Sapienza University of Rome.[1] His research areas included visual programming languages, image processing, pattern recognition, and human-computer interaction.

Stefano Levialdi graduated in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Buenos Aires in 1959.[1] He lectured in Electronics at the University of Genova and was a researcher of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) for 13 years, working on parallel image processing. In 1981 he became full professor at the University of Bari, and moved to the University of Rome in 1983. He has published over 250 papers and edited more than 20 books.[1][2] He is founder and co-Editor, together with Shi-Kuo Chang, of the Journal of Visual Languages and Computing.

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  1. ^ a b c Stefano Levialdi Ghiron's Ghiron&nome=Stefano Faculty page at the Informatics Department, University of Rome. Accessed on 2010-01-01.
  2. ^ Stefano Levialdi Ghiron's publications at the University of Trier's Computer Science Bibliography Database (DBLP). Accessed on 2010-01-01.