The Colloquia

The Colloquia Roberto Tempo in Automatica are dedicated to the memory of our friend and colleague Roberto, who passed away suddenly in 2017 during a ski mountaineering trip in the Alps. Roberto always believed in importance of sharing and disseminating results in his community. Roberto was an extraordinary communicator. His talks were always clear and highly inspiring. As an author of scientific contributions, he spent an incredible amount of time making sure that his papers were accurate and easily accessible.

The Colloquia are general seminars held by renowned scientists. They range over all aspects of systems and control, and on interdisciplinary subjects where control plays a fundamental role. They aim to contribute at the cultural atmosphere of our Institute, so offering young people the opportunity to be exposed to the teaching of internationally known scholars working in different research areas.

The Colloquia are organized by the Information & Systems Engineering (ISE) group of IEIIT CNR.

The Colloquia are co-sponsored by the Italian Chapters of the IEEE Control Systems Society, the IEEE Robotics & Automation Society, the IEEE Power & Energy Society, and the IEEE PoliTo Student Branch.

The Format

After a two-year stop due to pandemic, the Colloquia series will restart this year with renovated energy!

The Colloquium is an hybrid seminar. The in presence event will be held at Politecnico di Torino, Sala Maxwell of the Department of ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS (DET). The participation is free, upon registration on eventbrite: colloquia-roberto-tempo-2022.eventbrite.com. After the Colloquium, a light aperitivo will be served.

In parallel, to allow a broader audience, the seminar will be streamed online. A Zoom link for the connection will be provide before the event.

Connection with CSS Day

Starting this year, the Colloquia will be a special event in the context of the freshly instituted IEEE CSS Day.


Colloquia organizing committe

Sergio BITTANTI

Politecnico di Milano

Patrizio COLANERI

Politecnico di Milano

Fabrizio DABBENE

IEIIT-CNR