Stefano Rizzi is Full Professor at DISI – University of Bologna since 2005, where he is the head of the Data Warehousing Lab and teaches Business Intelligence and Software Engineering.
His current research interests include data warehouse design and business intelligence, in particular OLAP personalization, social business intelligence, and analysis services for genomic data.
He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Unversity of Bologna. He has published more than 110 papers in international journals and conferences mainly in the fields of business intelligence and pattern recognition, and a research book on data warehouse design. He joined several research projects on the above areas and is member of the steering committee of ER (Int. Conf. on Conceptual Modeling).
Business intelligence (BI), motivations, objectives, definitions and solutions. Data warehousing as an enabling technology for BI: architectures, techniques and methodologies of On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) for data analysis. Multidimensional modeling with the Dimensional Fact Model (DFM). Self-service BI platforms. Relational OLAP. What-if analysis. Laboratory exercises on OLAP, DFM and self-service BI.Data Science
Database Management Systems, the relational model: relationships integrity bonds. System functions and applications portfolio, the formalities of the analysis and process model, planning and business process reengineering, business intelligence. Data warehousing: architecture, techniques of data access, conceptual models. Data mining techniques.Finance, Control and Auditing