People

Prof. Davide Anguita received the `Laurea' degree in Electronic Engineering and a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Electronic Engineering from the University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy, in 1989 and 1993, respectively. After working as a Research Associate at the International Computer Science Institute, Berkeley, CA, on special-purpose processors for neurocomputing, he returned to the University of Genoa. He is currently Associate Professor of Computer Engineering with the Department of Informatics, BioEngineering, Robotics, and Systems Engineering (DIBRIS). His current research focuses on the theory and application of kernel methods and artificial neural networks.

Prof. Sandro Ridella received the ‘Laurea’ degree in electronic engineering from the University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy, in 1966. Currently, he is a Full Professor at the Department of Biophysical and Electronic Engineering (DIBE, now DITEN Dept.), University of Genoa, where he teaches circuits and algorithms for signal processing. In the last five years, his scientific activity has been mainly focused on the field of neural networks.

Dr. Luca Oneto was born in Rapallo, Italy in 1986. He is currently a Researcher at University of Genoa with particular interests in Machine Learning and Statistical Learning Theory. He received his Bachelor Degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Genoa, Italy in 2008. He subsequently started his master studies in Electronic Engineering in the same university with focus in Intelligent System and Statistics. After receiving his MSc Degree in 2010, he started to work as a consultant for the DITEN and DIBE Departments at University of Genoa, together with other consultant activities for Mac96 and Ansaldo STS in the context of some European Projects. In 2014 he received his PHD in School in Sciences and Technologies for Knowledge and Information Retrieval (University of Genoa) with the thesis 'Learning Based On Empirical Data'. Today he work as a consultant and teaches in many BSc and MSc courses at University of Genoa where he is also a Researcher.

Alessandro Lulli was born in Firenze, Italy in 1984. He is currently a PostDoc at University of Genoa with particular interests in Distributed Processing. He received his Master Degree in Computer Science at the University of Pisa, Italy in 2011. In 2017 he received his PHD in Computer Science at University of Pisa, Italy, with the thesis 'Distributed Graph Processing: Algorithms And Applications'.

Francesca Cipollini was born in Genoa, Italy in 1992. She received the Bachelor degree in Electronic Engineering and Information Technologies at the University of Genoa in 2014, and then the Master degree in Electronic Engineering at the same university, with a thesis on Condition-Based Maintenance in Naval Applications, in collaboration with DAMEN shipyards. She is currently a PhD Student of the DIBRIS department of the University of Genoa at the SmartLab laboratory, in collaboration with Aizoon. Her current research interests focus on the application of Machine Learning and Big Data methodologies to Industry 4.0 applications.

Emanuele Fumeo is currently a PhD Student of the University of Genoa at the SmartLab laboratory. He completed his Bachelor degree in Electronic Engineering in March 2011 at the University of Genoa. He then received the Master degree in Electronic Engineering at the same university, after working on his Master thesis at the Tyndall National Institute of Cork, Ireland. During this experience, he collaborated on the Genesi FP7 project by studying and developing Wireless Sensor Networks solutions for Structural Health monitoring. After graduating, he started a collaboration with the DIBRIS department of the University of Genoa about the study and development of correlation methods and tools for railway transportation systems. He subsequently became a PhD student in November 2014, in collaboration with Ansaldo STS S.p.A.. His current research interests focus on the application of machine learning and data mining methodologies to railway transportation systems.

Ilenia Orlandi is currently a PhD student in System Engineering at Smartlab Laboratory. She graduated in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Genoa, Italy in 2011. In may 2014, she received the master's degree in Bioengineering, at the same university, with the thesis "Design and development of an information system for the reuse of clinical data in patients with chronic infectious diseases".

Giorgio Clerico was born in Ceva (CN), Italy in 1988. He received his BSc in Computer Engineering and his MSc in Electronic Engineering respectively in 2013 and 2016. He worked as Data Analyst Engineer for Smartware and Data Mining s.r.l. (Iso Sistemi group). He is actually working as a PostDoc at the University of Genoa with particular interest in Machine Learning and Data Mining techniques.

Matte Cambiaso was born in Genova (GE), Italy in 1991. He obtained his BSc Degree in Electronic Engineering in 2014 at the University of Genoa and he received the MSc Degree in Electronic Engineering in 2017 in the same University discussing a thesis on Online Discovery of Process Models, consisting of the development of a process mining algorithm, in collaboration with the Padua University. He currently works as consultant in Big Data and Data Analysis in VARCONNECT S.r.l. His interests are directed in Machine Learning, Data Mining and Process Mining techniques.