Di Maio Vito

Di Maio Vito

Ricercatore

Dr Vito Di Maio

Istituto di Cibernetica “E. Caianiello” del CNR

Via Campi Flegrei 34, 80078, Pozzuoli (NA), Italy

vito.dimaio@cnr.it

Born: 4th March 1956 in Casamicciola (NA), Italy

1982

  • Degree in Biological Sciences University of Naples

1983-1986

  • Post graduate Fellow at the Department of Physiology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Naples Federico II

From 1986

  • Researcher at the Institute Cybernetics of Italian National Research Council (CNR)

From 1989

  • Co-operate in a joint project between Italian National Research Council and the Academy of Sciences of Czechoslovak republic (from 1992 Czech Republic).

from 1990

  • Principal investigator of the research project “Correlation analysis of electrophysiological cortical signals: neural models and visual perception”

1994

  • Invited Lecturer at the international school “Biocybernetics of Vision: Integrative mechanisms and cognitive processes ” organized by GNCB-CNR in honor of professor E. Caianiello (16-22th October, Ischia, Italy).

1996

  • From February to July Guest Professor at the Dept. Of Physiology of University of Bologna

1998

  • From April to July Guest Professor at the Dept. Of Physiology of University of Bologna

2001-2003

  • Italian-side leader researcher of the International Joint Research Project between Italian National Research Council and Academy of Sciences of The Czech Republic entitled “Modeling of synaptic integration in a single neuron: neurotransmitter diffusion and post-synaptic events”

2002-2003

  • Contract Professor of “Probability Computation and Mathematical Statistics” at Faculty of Sciences Mat. Phys. and Natural of University of Basilicata, Potenza, Italy.

2005

  • General Chair of the Symposium “1stInternational Symposium on Brain Vision and Artificial Intelligence “ (BVAI2005), Napoli, Palazzo Serra di Cassano, 19-21st October 2005.

2007

  • Member of the Steering Committee of the Symposium “2ndInternational Symposium on Brain Vision and Artificial Intelligence”, Napoli, Palazzo Serra di Cassano, 10-12 October 2007.

2009-2014

  • Member of the Council of Institute of the Institute of Cybernetics “E. Caianiello” of CNR.

2013

  • Responsible of the researcher project of CNR “Neuronal electrical activity and Signal Transduction”

2015

  • Scientific staff of Istituto di Scienze Applicate e Sistemi Intelligenti “E. Caianiello” del CNR

 

Teaching

  • 2002-2003 “Probability Computation and Mathematical Statistics” at Faculty of Sciences Mat. Phys. and Natural of University of Basilicata, Potenza, Italy.

 

Editorial Boards and Editorial Activity

  • De Gregorio, V. Di Maio, M. Frucci and C. Musio (Eds., 2005) “Brain Vision and Artificial Intelligence”, Lecture Notes In Computer Sciences (LNCS 3704), Springer.
  • From 2007-2009 – Member of the Advisory and Editorial Board of “The open Cybernetics and Systemics Journal”, Bentham Publisher LTD, Holland.
  • 2007-2008- Guest Editor of Brain Researcher for the Special Issue “Vision and Brain”, Elsevier.
  • From 2013 Member of the Editorial Board of “International Journal of Scientific research and reports”
  • From 2013 Member of Editorial Board of “Journal of Basic and Applied Research International”

Activity as International Referee

  • Biosystems
  • Mathematical Biosciences
  • Physica D
  • Medical Sciences Monitor
  • Cognitive Neurodynamics
  • Biological Cybernetics
  • Brain, Vision and Artificial Intelligence (BVAI 2005), Lectur Notes In Computer Sciences (LNCS 3704), Springer Verlag
  • Advances in Brain, Vision and Artificial Intelligence (BVAI 2007), Lecture Notes In Computer Sciences (LNCS 4729), Springer Verlag
  • Perceptual and Motor Skills, Ammons Editor, LTD
  • Cognitive Systems and Research
  • Biochemical and Biophysical Acta Biomembranes

 

Experienced in :

Scientific:

  • Patch clamp of single neuron
  • Electrophysiology
  • Models of synaptic transmission
  • Neuronal modeling
  • Visual Perception of Geometrical Figures

Technical:

  • Extracellular electrophysiological recordings and signal analysis
  • Computer programming: Basic, Visual basic Professional, C++
  • Computer system Management: Linux and Windows