- Linda Pagli received the "Laurea in Scienze dell'Informazione" from the
University of Pisa, Italy, in July 1973.
- Since that year, she was associated as a researcher, with the
Department of Informatica of the University of Pisa. From 1987 to 1990 she
was appointed Full Professor of Computer Science at Department of
"Informatica e Applicazioni" at the University of Salerno. Since 1990 she
joined the Department of Computer Science of Pisa, where she presently
teaches courses of Parallel and Distributed Algorithms.
- She has been Visiting Professor at the National University of
Somalia in 1989, at Carleton University of Ottawa in Canada in 1991,
where she studied problems related to Fault Tolerant VLSI Array. She was also visiting professor at the "Ottawa University" and the "University of Botswana at Gaborone" in 2003/2004 and was research fellows at the "Italian Academy at the Columbia University" of New York in 2005/2006.
- In the framework of the UNESCO project: "Applied mathematics and
informatics for developing countries" she has given basic courses of
informatics in many universities of developing countries. As an expert of
the Italian Ministery of Foreign Affairs, she spent several resaerch and
teaching periods in Jordan, at the Computer Science Department of the
Mu'tah University in 1996 , 97 and 98.
- She was coordinator of the study programs of the Department of
Computer Science of Pisa from 1991 to 1994. During that period the study
programs were completely revised.
- She is referee of several international journal and was in the
program commettee of several international conference. Her research
activity, started in the field of data structures and sequential algorithm,
has developed in the field of parallel and distributed algorithms and
models of computation. She is part of the group of algorithms and data structures of the Department of Computer Science in Pisa. The research is attested by more than sixthy papers published on the main scientific journals and proceedings of international
- Her recent research interests are mainly in the field of