Lorenzo Seidenari

Lorenzo Seidenari

Assistant Professor of Computer Engineering

University of Florence

Biography

I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Engineering (Tenure Track) at the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Florence. I obtained my PhD degree working at the Media Integration and Communication Center of University of Florence under the supervision of Prof. Alberto Del Bimbo 2012. I was a visiting scholar at Silvio Savarese Laboratory at University of Michigan (now at Stanford) from February 2013 till August 2013. I was a PostDoc at Visual Information and Media Lab at Media Integration and Communication Center of University of Florence untile January 2018.

My research interests are focused on application of pattern recognition and machine learning to computer vision and specifically in the field of human activity recognition.

I am member of the UNIMORE ELLIS Unit. ELLIS is a European Network of excellence for Artificial Intelligence with the goal of attracting talented researchers in AI and fostering exchanges between units.

I am also co-founder of Small Pixels a startup working on video processing and compression.

Interests
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Vision
  • Deep Learning
  • Information Retrieval
Education
  • PhD in Computer Engineering, 2012

    University of Florence

  • MEng in Artificial Intelligence, 2008

    University of Florence

Recent Posts

Teaching

Projects

WILD.AI

WILD.AI

improving WILDlife camera trapping data processing and analytics through Artificial Intelligence

AI4MEDIA

AI4MEDIA

Network of excellence of researchers across Europe.

IMRA-SD

IMRA-SD

Deep Learning for Multiple Trajectory Prediction.

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