Beniamino Di Martino is Full Professor of Information Systems at the Second University of Naples (Italy).
In 1994 he joined the Institute for Software Technology and Parallel Systems at the University of Vienna (Austria) where he was Researcher till 1998, funded from 1996 to 1998 from EC Marie Curie Support scheme (Marie Curie Fellow). In 1998 he moved at the Second University of Naples (Italy) where he was Assistant Professor till 2002, and Associate Professor of Information Systems till 2005.
He is viceDirector of the Department of Industrial and Information Engineering.He is author of 8 international books and more than 200 publications in international journals and conferences.He is Project Coordinator of EU funded FP7-ICT-2010-256910 Project ``mOSAIC - Open-Source API and Platform for Multiple Clouds".
He has been participating to various research projects supported by national and
international organizations (international projects include: EU-ICT Mosaic and EU-SMARTCITIES CoSSmiC, EU-ARTEMIS Crystal, EU-IST OntoWeb and APART, EU-Esprit HPF+ and PPPE, CEI PACT, EU-TMR, Austrian-SFB AURORA, Austrian FWF HLPS.
He is Editor / Associate Editor of four international journals (among them, IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing and IEEE Cloud Computing magazine), and editorial board member of many international journals.He served as general and program chairman, and member in Program Committees, of several international conferences, and as guest editor for several journals' special issues.
He has been vice Chair of the Executive Board of the IEEE CS Technical Committee on Scalable Computing.
He is member of the IEEE Working Group on Cloud Interoperability. He is member of the Cloud Standards Customer Council. He is member of the Cloud Computing Experts' Group of European Commission - Internet of Services, Software and Virtualization Unit. He acted as Chair of the Nomination Committee for the 2012 and 2014 `` Award of Excellence in Scalable Computing'' and as member of the Nomination Committee for the ``2009 IEEE TCSC Medal for Excellence in Scalable Computing".