President of Archimede Informatica and responsible for the cooperative's web projects.
He has been involved in web design and consulting since 1994.
In 2003, he began designing and building portals using TYPO3 CMS.
In 2004, he began working in the world of online scientific publishing and Open Access, and a few years later started using Open Jounal System (OJS), the de facto standard in Open Source solutions for the online publication and management of scientific journals.
Since 2004, he has been involved in the design and implementation of websites for Public Administrations in compliance with the requirements of Accessibility and Transparency.
Open Access and Open Jounal System (OJS)
In 2004, he began to approach the world of online scientific publishing and Open Access.
In 2005, he designed and managed the implementation of the SIRR-WEB (Sistema Integrato Redazione Riviste su Web - Integrated Web Journal Editing System) platform designed for web-based management of the peer review process and publication of scientific journals. The project was adopted by the University of Pisa Publishing House, which used it for several years.
Since 2007, in collaboration with a number of publishers specialising in scientific publications, he has been working with the Open Journal System (OJS) platform, designing and coordinating for several dozen scientific journals, the creation of websites for the online management of the peer review process and the publication of articles.
Since 2008, he has been training and consulting on the technologies and standards behind Open Access, with a focus on the OJS platform and medical/scientific journals.
Since 2010, he has been dealing with the XML standards underlying Open Access-related online services, focusing on the JATS XML standard of Pub Med Central.
Since 2003, he has been designing and building portals using TYPO3 CMS.
In 2010, he obtained the official TYPO3 Integrator certification issued by the international TYPO3 Association, which brings together TYPO3 developers.
From 2016 to 2019, he was a member of the Expert Advisory Board of the TYPO3 Association.
In 2017, he obtained the TYPO3 Editor certification.
Accessibility and Transparency for Public Administration sites
He has been working on Accessibility since 2004, the year in which the Stanca law on "Accessibility of Public Administration websites" was passed.
Using the TYPO3 CMS, he has created several portals that meet both the requirements of the Stanca law and WCAG 2.0 standards.
He has worked on the design of websites for Public Administrations in compliance with the technical and legislative constraints provided for these sites, especially in relation to accessibility and transparency.