About me

I am a computer vision researcher interested in face recognition, person re-identification and tracking methods.

I received my Master in computer science from the University of Florence, Italy in 2009.

I pursued the PhD in Computer Vision under the supervision of Prof. Alberto Del Bimbo,  Federico Pernici and Andrew D. Bagdanov, working at the Media Integration and Communication Center, University of Florence and discussing the dissertation “From Motion to Faces: 3D-assisted automatic analysis of people”.

I have been a visiting scholar at USC Iris Computer Vision Lab. in Los Angeles, CA under the supervision of Prof. G. Medioni.

Recently, I joined USC Iris Computer Vision Lab as a postdoctoral scholar. My main research interests are focused on application of pattern recognition and computer vision specifically in the field of video-surveillance with PTZ cameras, tracking, person re-identification and 2D/3D face modeling and recognition.

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