Davide Chiarella is a researcher of National Research Council, one of the most active research public organizations of Italy.
He received a PhD degree in Computer Science and M.Sc. degree from the University of Genoa in 2010 and in 2005, respectively.

His scientific career has diversified into different branches throughout the years.

>From 2006 to 2009 he carried out his research at the Institute of Electronics and Information Engineering (CNR-IEIIT): his main research interest were intrusion detection, virus and worm detection, information security, data mining and knowledge discovery.

>From 2009 to 2014 he joined Computational Linguistics Institute (CNR-ILC) where he focused his research on Natural Language Processing, data mining, information retrieval and sentiment analysis.

He currently works for Institute of Intelligent Systems for Automation (CNR-ISSIA) jointly with Computational Linguistics Institute (CNR-ILC).

His research interests currently include Human Robot Interaction (he is the father of CADDIAN, a language for human robot interaction in underwater environment), Telerobotics (teleoperation and telepresence), Natural Language Processing, Sentiment Analysis and Networks (network theory, analysis and security).