Marco Brambilla

a49a9-ifml-logoI’m a professor of computer science at Politecnico di Milano, Italy.

I lead the Data Science Lab at Politecnico di Milano, DEIB.

My current research interests are on Web Science, Big Data Analysis,  Social Media Analytics, and Model-driven Development.

I currently teach courses on Systems and Methods and Models for Big and Unstructured Data, and Enterprise ICT Architectures.

I’m the inventor of the Interaction Flow Modeling Language (IFML) standard by the OMG, and of 2 patents on crowdsourcing and multi-domain search.

I have been involved in the creation of three startups: Fluxedo, WebRatio, and Quantia.

I currently teach:

  • Enterprise ICT Architecture
  • Systems and Methods for Big and Unstructured Data
  • Web Science (see course materials here)
  • Digital Innovation Lab
  • Model-driven Engineering (see book here)

My most recent books:


Model Driven Engineering in Practice

(second edition)

Web Information Retrieval

Model-Driven UI Engineering
of Web and Mobile Apps with IFML

Recent Posts

EXP-Crowd: Gamified Crowdsourcing for AI Explainability

The spread of AI and black-box machine learning models makes it necessary to explain their behavior. Consequently, the research field of Explainable AI was born. The main objective of an Explainable AI system is to be understood by a human as the final beneficiary of the model. In our research we just published on Frontiers … Continue reading EXP-Crowd: Gamified Crowdsourcing for AI Explainability

The Final TRIGGER Conference

We will join and contribute to the final TRIGGER conference is scheduled for May 31st, 2022 in Brussels. The theme is: “Rethinking the EU’s role in global governance”. In this context, the TRIGGER project is going to present the main research outcomes of the H2020 research program that started in 2018, setting the stage for the collaboration … Continue reading The Final TRIGGER Conference

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