Danilo Bruschi is full professor of Computer Science at
Dipartimento di Informatica "Giovanni degli Antoni", Università
degli Studi di Milano, where he leads the Security and Networks
Laboratory (LASER), coordinates the degree of studies in Systems and
Network Security and manages the Master Program in Cybersecurity. At
the same university, since 2012 to 2014 he has been dean of studies
of the School of Science and Technology, and since 2008 to 2011 dean
of studies for all Informatics degrees (Informatica, Comunicazione
Digitale, Informatica Musicale, Informatica Magistrale).
He began his research career working in theoretical computer
science more precisely in the complexity theory field. In 1995 he
started to get interested in the cybersecurity field, particularly
he was attracted by the system aspects of the discipline which until
then had get the attention of very few academic research groups
around the world. He is one of the first European scholars to get
involved in the system security field, the founder of the discipline
in Italy and among the few Italian researchers who can exhibit in
its academic vitae more than 100 publications in international
journals and conferences in the cybersecurity sector.
current research interests are: operating systems security;
formal analysis of security protocols (both in the IT and OT
areas); analysis, evaluation and emulation of trustworthy
systems; malware analysis; side-channel attacks; social impacts
of the digital revolution.
As shown in the Public Engagement section alongside his academic activity Danilo Bruschi has also been involved in many activities aimed at spreading cybersecurity culture, knowledge and transferring research results outside the academic community in order to contribute to social and cultural growth.
He received his Ph.D from Università degli Studi di Milano, he was Honorary Fellow at University of Wisconsin - Madison. He spent some periods of time as visiting researchers in various institutions.
Danilo Mauro Bruschi
Dipartimento di Informatica
Università degli Studi di Milano
Via Celoria 18, 20133 Milano, ITALY
+39 02 503 16260