Dr. Antonio Bucchiarone, researcher at the MoDiS (Motivational Digital Systems) research unit of the Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK) in Trento. His main research interests include: models and tools for adaptive (collective) systems and modeling and development languages for motivational systems based on gamification. He has been actively involved in several national and European R&D projects in the field of adaptive systems and intelligent mobility. He is currently a member of the UIA AIR-BREAK European project and responsible for the Bike2Work campaign with the Municipality of Ferrara. Senior member of IEEE and of the Italian chapter of the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society, Associate Editor of the International Journal IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (T-ITS) and of the International Magazine IEEE Technology and Society.
April 27, 2022“BIKE2WORK – A Shift Towards Sustainable Mobility” @ SMARTGREENS 2022The FBK researcher Antonio Bucchiarone presented the case study at the International Conference on Smart Cities and Green ICT Systems. The project, in collaboration with Dedagroup Public Services, is part of a larger initiative, "AIR BREAK- Co-producing healthy clean commuting air spots in town", with a focus on Air quality for the city of Ferrara.
November 16, 2020PapyGame: teaching programming turns into a gameThe platform, to which Fondazione Bruno Kessler's researchers contributed, received the award for best software at the MODELS 2020 International Conference
October 2, 2020New research paper on Autonomous Shuttles has been published on IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems journalFBK contributes to the research with the proposition of the Autonomous Shuttles-as-a service (ASaaS) concept as a pillar for the realization of innovative and sustainable proximity mobility
October 9, 2019Inside the game engineWith the help of our researcher Antonio Bucchiarone, we look into the model on which the gamification of many FBK projects on smart communities are based. The study was presented during the Models Conference 2019 which was held in Munich in September