ABOUT I received my BSc in Multimedia Computer Science (2010), MSc in Engineering and Computer Science (2012) and PhD in Computer Science (2016) at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Verona (Italy). During my PhD I investigated the interplay between aesthetic preferences and individual differences.
After my graduation I worked as research associate at Disney Research in Pittsburgh (PA).
Now I am a postdoctoral scholar at Caltech in the Computational Vision lab of Pietro Perona where I work on Computational Ethology, focusing on animal behavior analysis, detecting, tracking mice and recognizing their actions in videos.
My research interests mainly focus on Computer vision, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Social Signal Processing, Social Media Analysis, Image/Video Processing, Computational Aesthetics, Biometrics, Non-Verbal Behavior Analysis, Behavioral Science, Computational Ethology.

To know more about me and my research activity, please visit the About and Projects pages, where you will find a description of my research, activities and projects, or have a look at my Resume or Publications page for my publications list.
Last Update November 2016
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