Personal Homepage of Vincenzo De Florio

Universiteit Antwerpen
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Performance Analysis of Telecommunication Systems research group
Campus Middelheim, Building G, Middelheimlaan 1,
B-2020 Antwerpen
E-mail: vincenzo.deflorio @ { | }
Phone: +32 3 265 3905, Mobile: +32 485 287633, Fax: +32 3 265 3777
Twitter: @EnzoDeFlorio, LinkedIn:

I would like to express my gratitude to IBM for including me among the recipients of their 2013 Faculty Award for innovative research (list of recipients: available here)

Vincenzo De Florio is a post-doctoral researcher with the MOSAIC research group of the University of Antwerp. His major research interests are resilience and organization. Please do not hesitate to contact me for discussions about the above concepts and their application! More information on Vincenzo may be found in what follows:

ANTIFRAGILE16 3rd Int.l Workshop on Comp.Antifragility & Antifragile Engineering May 24, 2016

— Vincenzo De Florio (@EnzoDeFlorio) July 25, 2015

System and Environment may be described as the two "opponents" in a game where each player has to choose a #Behavior

— Vincenzo De Florio (@EnzoDeFlorio)

We sit on the shoulders of giants; but this doesn't mean we should stay silent up there!

— Vincenzo De Florio (@EnzoDeFlorio) May 15, 2014

A car is a car if there's gas in its tanks A man is a Man if there's Culture in his mind, Art in his eyes #SapereCondiviso

— Vincenzo De Florio (@EnzoDeFlorio) May 17, 2014

"We are greatly frustrated by all our local, static organization of an obsolete yesterday" -- (R. B. Fuller, SYNERGETICS I) -via @SemprePhi

— Vincenzo De Florio (@EnzoDeFlorio) May 28, 2014

@EnzoDeFlorio prossima volta!

— Nassim N. Taleb (@nntaleb) May 26, 2014

The Internet is a system and any system is an internet.

— Vincenzo De Florio (@EnzoDeFlorio) August 4, 2015

Deus Ex Machina? No, Deus Est Machina - Gottfried Wilhelm von #Leibniz

— Vincenzo De Florio (@EnzoDeFlorio) July 2, 2014

The big problem of our societies is that Man is still so much more advanced than Men

— Vincenzo De Florio (@EnzoDeFlorio) May 9, 2015