Fabrizio d'Amore

Basic info

Associate professor at Sapienza for over twenty years and, previously, researcher.

Contact: see footer below

Phone (only urgencies and no commercial offers, I don't answer kindly): +39 06 7727 4016


Director of Master SIIS

student support

student reception service (self-reservation - in presence by default)

theses: first, remind that theses exist only in the master program; second, theses available on cybersecurity, privacy, certification, watermarking, steganography, algorithms. Inquire for more (details change over time).


Current courses

Masters (for graduated students)

Recently closed courses

old courses (insecure site, because not https)

scientific interests

last (five) publications

Other publications

dissemination (in Italian)

Febbraio 2016

Dicembre 2018

Luglio 2021

Settembre 2021

Dicembre 2021

Febbraio 2022

Marzo 2022

Marzo 2022

Maggio 2022

Giugno 2022

Agosto 2022

Ottobre 2022

Tor, l‘anonimato e la cifratura telescopica di Fabrizio d'Amore (pp 83-93)

Gennaio 2023

Gennaio 2023

Il master di II livello in: Sicurezza delle informazioni e informazione strategica, il DIS e l’OSINT 

Marzo 2023

Aprile 2023

Maggio 2023

Maggio 2023

Giugno 2023

Giugno 2023

Settembre 2023


I am the Dean's delegate for the information engineering area and the contact person for the Teaching Area Council: refer please to my FAQ page

PhD seminar

For expressing your interest in the seminar on Steganography and digital watermarking fill the form (within September 30th, 2023; but I hope to get at least four expressions from Sapienza earlier)

old site

lot of contents, mainly related to old taught courses, are in the old site (insecure site, because not https)

short history of name "Fabrizio"

The name Fabrizio is of Italian origin and derives from the Roman family name Fabricius, which in turn comes from the Latin word faber, meaning "craftsman" or "smith."

The name Fabrizio was already attested in ancient Rome, most notably in the person of Gaius Fabricius Luscinus, a consul known for his integrity. The name fell out of use in the Middle Ages, but was revived during the Renaissance, when it became popular in Italy and other European countries.

Today, the name Fabrizio is a classic Italian name with over 21,000 bearers in Italy. It is most common in the north and central parts of the country.

Variants of the name Fabrizio

Italian: Fabricio, Fabrizio

Spanish: Fabrizio

French: Fabrice

German: Fabricius, Fabritius

English: Fabrizio, Fabricius

Portuguese: Fabrizio

Russian: Фабрицио (Fabricio)

Greek: Φαβριτσιος (Fabricios)

Arabic: فابريزيو (Fabricio)

Notable people with the name Fabrizio

Gaius Fabricius Luscinus, a Roman consul known for his integrity

Fabrizio Colonna, a 15th-century Italian condottiero

Fabrizio de André, a 20th-century Italian singer-songwriter

Fabrizio Moro, a contemporary Italian singer-songwriter

Meaning of the name Fabrizio

The name Fabrizio means "craftsman" or "smith." In a figurative sense, the name can be interpreted as a wish for success and personal achievement.