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consultant , researcher , Computer scientist

Paolo Massimo Buscema, Italian computer scientist, researcher, communication scientist, consultant. Achievements include expert in adaptive system and artificial networks. author, director drug prevention project Sonda Project, since 1986; co-founder, co-director Mediterranean Institute: High Technology for Peace, Jerusalem, Rome, since 1997. Member Society Prevention Research United States of America.

Background

Buscema, Paolo Massimo was born on September 5, 1955 in Rome. Son of Vincenzo and Marcella (Bonafaccia) Buscema.

Education

Laurea, University Rome La Sapienza, 1978.

Career

Professor science of communications American College Rome University (West Virginia) Charleston, 1979-1984, chairperson department science of communications American College Rome, 1981-1984, dean protempore American College Rome, 1983-1984. Professor computer science, linguistics State University Perugia, Italy, 1983-1984. Founder, director Semeion Research Center Sciences of Communications, Rome, since 1985.

Scientific consultant United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, since 1992. Science consultant on adaptive system and artificial neural networks, Centro Sviluppo Materiali (International Republican Institute Group), Italy, 1995-1996, Ufficio Italiano Cambi (Bank of Italy), 1995-1996, commission statistical research Ezio Vanoni Scuola Centrale Tributaria Minister Finance, Italy, since 1996. Member science committee Italian Silicon Graphics, Milan, 1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include expert in adaptive system and artificial networks.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author, software programmer: MQ Model: Neural Network for the Analyses of Intepersonal Communications, 1993-1994, Self-Reflexive Neural Network, 1996. Member science committee Multimedia magazine, since 1995. Member editorial board Substance Use and Misuse, since 1995.

Membership

Author, director drug prevention project Sonda Project, since 1986. Co-founder, co-director Mediterranean Institute: High Technology for Peace, Jerusalem, Rome, since 1997. Member Society Prevention Research United States of America.

Connections

Married; children.

father:
Vincenzo Buscema

mother:
Marcella (Bonafaccia) Buscema