Forum Numerica - The digital world seminar series

About Forum Numerica

Forum Numerica is the seminar series of the Academy of Excellence "Networks, Information and Digital society", dedicated to the digital sciences and their impact on the society and humans.


  • 2024, June 6 - 14h00-15h00 - Fabio BUTTUSSI (Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory, Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics, University of Udine, Italy) - Excursus on serious games with case studies from the HCI Lab of the University of Udine - Find out more...
  • 2024, June 27 - 14h00-15h00 - Marc ANTONINI


Coordinated by Pr. Jean Martinet, the Forum Numerica committee is composed by researchers, whose expertise cover the three research fields targeted by our seminars: Networking, Digital Science and Digital Society. A list of identified topics per pillar and their representatives follows.


Forum Numerica seminars cover 3 thematic pillars:



  • Internet Measurement & Crowdsourcing
  • Software Defined Networks; Virtualization; Cloud & Data Centers
  • IoT; sensors
    • Network protocols & radio
  • Antennas, low-power devices, wearable devices, network infrastructure
  • Theoretical foundations
    • Network science
    • Graph theory, algorithms
    • Stochastic optimization
    • Signal processing

Committee Members

Digital Sciences


  • Massive Data Processing
  • Compressive Sensing
  • Big Data
  • Data Mining
  • Cryptography
  • Formal Methods
  • Bio-informatics
  • Languages & Models
  • Web

Committee Members

Digital Society


  • Digitization
  • Social Networks
  • New Economy
  • Innovative IoT-based business models

Committee Members

Forum Numerica attendance is valorized by your Doctoral school

We welcome your presence as PhD students! Come and meet peers and experts in your research field and beyond.

  • ED STIC: participation in 4 Forum Numerica seminars earns you 1 ECTS - 1 hour of training per seminar
  • ED DESPEG: 1h30 / seminar
  • ED SHAL: 2h / seminar
Ask for your certificate of attendance at the end of each seminar!