Daniele Di Pompeo

Daniele Di Pompeo

Assistant professor (from March, 1st 2023)

University of L'Aquila


Daniele Di Pompeo is an Assistant Professor (RTD-a) at the University of L’Aquila, Italy. He received his Ph.D. in ICT from the University of L’Aquila in 2019. His research interests include model-based performance analysis, software refactoring, and search-based software engineering. He has been elected as an “Expert of the subject” of Software Quality Engineering since 2019. He is a member of the SPENCER research group. His research activity is currently supported by the European project SoBigData.it.

  • Performance analysis
  • Model-Driven Engineering
  • Search-Based Software Engineering
  • PhD in Information and Communication Technology, 2019

    University of L'Aquila

  • MEng in Computer and System Engineering, 2015

    University of L'Aquila

  • BSc in Computer and System Engineering, 2012

    University of L'Aquila


Assistant professor (RTD-a)
University of L’Aquila
Mar 2023 – Present Italy

Responsibilities include:

  • Co-advisoring of Payel Patra Ph.D. candidate
Expert of the Subject in Software Quality Engineering
University of L’Aquila
Oct 2020 – Present Italy

Responsibilities include:

  • Supporting students during the SQE course
  • Member of the Exam Committee
Center of Excellence EMERGE
Nov 2019 – Feb 2022 Italy
Center of Excellence DEWS
Nov 2018 – Oct 2020 Italy

Organizing Committee

1st International Workshop on Sustainable Service-Oriented Computing: Addressing Environmental, Social, and Economic Dimensions
1st International Workshop on Quality in Software Architecture
Poster and Demos Chair
Publication Chair
Web Chair

Program Committee

Artifact Evaluation Committee
Artifact Evaluation Committee

Talks / Presentations

Performance of Genetic Algorithms in the Context of Software Model Refactoring
Multi-Objective Optimization of Non-Functional Attributes based on Refactoring of Software Models
Search Budget in Multi-Objective Refactoring Optimization: a Model-Based Empirical Study
Multi-Objective Optimization of Non-Functional Attributes based on Refactoring of Software Models
On the impact of Performance Antipatterns in multi-objective software model refactoring optimization
Performance-driven software model refactoring.
A metamodel for the specification and verification of model refactoring actions
Energy-driven reconfiguration of applications for Wireless Sensor Networks
An Efficient Performance-Driven Approach for HW/SW Co-Design
Automated translation among EPSILON languages for performance-driven UML software model refactoring

Recent Publications

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A customizable approach to assess software quality through Multi-Criteria Decision Making
ADAS Verification in Co-Simulation: Towards a Meta-Model for Defining Test Scenarios
Many-objective optimization of non-functional attributes based on refactoring of software models

Thesis Supervisor

Thesis supervisor - Alessandro Sablone
Thesis co-supervisor - Michele Intrevado
Thesis co-supervisor - Enrico Simone Adamelli
Thesis co-supervisor - Vincenzo De Petris
Thesis co-supervisor - Natan Cieplinski
Thesis co-supervisor - Marisa Fallone
Thesis co-supervisor - Stefano Di Francesco