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Daniel J. Dubois is a Marie Curie fellow at Imperial College London since 2014. In 2011 he received the Ph.D. in Information Engineering at Politecnico di Milano with a thesis titled "Self-organizing Methods and Models for Software Development" under the supervision of Elisabetta Di Nitto. He previously worked at MIT Media Lab, Politecnico di Milano, and IBM Haifa Research Lab. He is currently working on the EU-funded Marie Curie project SPANDO (Self-organizing Performance Prediction and Optimization for Large-scale Software Systems) under the supervision of Giuliano Casale. His research interests include performance prediction and optimization, decentralized adaptation, cloud computing, mobile and pervasive computing, and gamification of software development.