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I am applying for membership in XSF. My name is Davide Conzon xmpp:davide.conzon@gmail.com. I live in Italy and I work for the research centre Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (ISMB).


Work e-email address: conzon AT ismb DOT it

Personal e-mail address and JID: davide.conzon AT gmail DOT com


I attended the Polytechnic of Turin from 2002 to 2007, where in 2005 I received the Bachelor of Science in computer engineering and in 2007 the Master of Science in computer engineering. I was working as researcher in ISMB since 2007, initially in the Service and Application lab, then since 2011 in the Pervasive Technologies Area (PerT), as main responsible of an XMPP based middleware for the Internet of Things, bringing the concept of virtual network to real objects. My research interests are focused in applications for Internet of Things. In this field, I had worked in various research projects initiatives, mainly funded by EU Commission and by Italian regional government. During years, I gained valuable development expertise with different programming languages, including C, C++, QT, Java (with OSGi) and a deep knowledge of the XMPP protocol and its use as communication channel for distributed applications. Furthermore, I have explored the interaction and interconnection of wireless technologies (Bluetooth, ZigBee and RFID) and WSAN (Wireless Sensors and Actuation Network). You can find some more info on my official curriculum.

XMPP Projects

I'm working with XMPP since 2009, particularly in the use of XMPP as communication protocol for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. I’m the first reference person (design and development leader) of the ISMB internal development of an IoT middleware based on XMPP, which has been used as reference communication platform in several national and European projects. The software is not yet released as open-source, but a number of research papers about it are today available. Here it is the list of the related publications (if you are interested in reading the full text of the papers, please contact me):

Why I'm re-applying

I'm a XSF member since 2015 and I'm still really interested to promote the use of XMPP in the IoT ecosystem, working in collaboration with the other XMPP members and the XSF Concuil to define a list of XEPs and mechanisms, which allow to have standard approaches to leverage the XMPP protocol in typical IoT applications and scenarios (i.e. smart-industry, smart-city and smart-energy).