Marina Monti graduated in mathematics from the University of Genoa in Italy in 1984. She is involved in academic research since 1999 when she joined the Institute of Applied Mathematics and Information Technology of the Italian National Council of Research. From 1985 to 1998, she worked in the research and development departments of CAD companies, where she was mainly interested in solid and free-form surfaces modeling and standards representations for product data; during these years, she managed several international projects. Currently, her main scientific activities focus mainly on geometric modeling, product model representation and management, and knowledge technologies. Her main industrial application fields are mechanical design, industrial design, and process plant. She is working in research departments both industrial and public, and she participated in numerous international funded projects, thus being involved both in the development of industrial products and in international research projects. She acted as a Reviewer of several international journal and conferences. She also acted as an International Expert for the European Commission and for European Organizations for Scientific Research. She has published extensively in high-profile journals and conferences and coauthored more than 50 international journals and reviewed conference papers.
Biography Updated on 4 September 2011