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Brief Bio: 

Dr. Rosario Cammarota is affiliated with the CTO office of Intel AI Research, San Diego, growing the effort on Secure and Private Computing, Trustworthiness, Agile Hardware, and Standards in AI products.

He is a Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. alumni. He was part of Qualcomm Research, San Diego, in the roles of System Security Architect, Computer Architect, and Standards & Industry Organizations Lead for security standards. 

Dr. Cammarota is committed to facilitating University Research, Mentoring Graduate Students, and Disseminating knowledge and Technology Transfer. He serves as a technical program committee member of conferences of international prestige in high-performance computing (e.g., ACM ICS), computer security (e.g., IEEE HOST), applied cryptography (e.g., FDTC), and embedded computing (e.g., ICCAD and DAC).

He holds the grade of IEEE Senior Member. He is a prolific inventor - with more than 50 co-authored US Patents in computer security, and one of the recipients of the Semiconductor Research Corporation Mahboob Khan Outstanding Industry Liaison Awards in 2017 and 2018.
He serves as Editorial Board Member for the Springer International Journal of Parallel Programming (IJPP), and as Associate Editor for the Springer Journal on Hardware and System Security (HASS).  He serves as a steering committee member of the Trusted and Assured MicroElectronics (TAME) forum.
He teaches both undergraduate and (mostly) graduate classes in parallel and distributed computing, parallelizing and optimizing compilers at UC Irvine. 

Dr. Cammarota received the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Computer Science from the University of California Irvine in 2013; the degree of Master of Science in Computer Science, with a focus in Embedded Systems, from the University of California Irvine in 2009; and the degree of Master of Science in Telecommunication Engineering from the Universita' degli Studi di Napoli "Federico II", Naples, Italy in 2004. From 2004 to 2009 he was appointed as an interim researcher by the Advanced Information Systems group of the Italian National Labs in Naples. 

In real life, Rosario feels blessed for having the opportunity to be committed as a son, husband, and father, and too for continuing nourishing a lively social life, and he loves it. He is gregarious and fearless. He likes people, and people seem to like him.