Claudio Ferrari Computer Vision, 3D vision, Deep Learning

Claudio Ferrari is a PostDoc researcher at MICC. His research interests focus on computer vision, 3D vision and deep learning.

 Claudio Ferrari was born on May 24th, 1988 in Arezzo. He received a master degree cum laude in computer engineering and the PhD in Information Engineering from the University of Florence in 2014 and 2018 respectively. He has been a visiting research scholar at the IRIS lab, University of Southern California, Los Angeles under the supervision of Prof. Gérard Medioni (march – september 2014).

Currently, he is a PostDoc researcher at MICC. His research interests are computer vision, 3D vision and Deep Learning, mostly focused on “in-the-wild” face recognition, statistical 3D face modeling and single-view 3D face reconstruction.

Learning 3DMM Deformation Coefficients for Rendering Realistic Expression Images

C. Ferrari, S. Berretti, P. Pala, A. Del Bimbo

International Conference on Smart Multimedia

Extended YouTube Faces: a Dataset for Heterogeneous Open-Set Face Identification

C. Ferrari, S. Berretti, A. Del Bimbo

ICPR 2018

2018

Investigating nuisances in DCNN-based face recognition

C. Ferrari, G. Lisanti, S. Berretti, A. Del Bimbo

IEEE Transactions on Image Processing