Roberto Caldelli Multimedia forensics and Security

Roberto Caldelli

His research activities include image processing, interactive tv, multimedia forensics and security. He holds two patents on content security and multimedia interaction.

He received the degree in electronic engineering and the Ph.D. degree in computer science and telecommunications from the University of Florence, Florence, Italy, in 1997 and 2001, respectively.

From 2005 till 2013, he has been an Assistant Professor with the Media Integration and Communication Center, University of Florence.

From 2014 he has joined the National Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications (CNIT) as permanent researcher.

His main research activities, witnessed by several publications, include digital image processing, interactive television, image and video digital watermarking, and multimedia forensics. He holds two patents in the field of content security and multimedia interaction.

Tracing images back to their social network of origin: a CNN-based approach

I. Amerini, T. Uricchio, R. Caldelli

Proc. of the IEEE Workshop on Information Forensics and Security, 2017

Detecting adversarial example attacks to deep neural networks

F. Carrara, F. Falchi, R. Caldelli, G. Amato, R. Fumarola, R. Becarelli

CBMI 2017

The identification of mobile phones through the fingerprints of their built-in magnetometer: an analysis of the portability of the fingerprints

G. Baldini, I. Amerini, G. Steri, R. Caldelli

ICCST 2017

Image Origin Classification based on Social Network Provenance

R. Caldelli, R. Becarelli, I. Amerini

IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics & Security, 2017

Dealing with video source identification in social networks

I. Amerini, R. Caldelli, A. Del Mastio, A. Di Fuccia, C. Molinari, A. P. Rizzo

Signal Processing: Image Communication, 2017

Smartphone Fingerprinting Combining Features of On-Board Sensors

I. Amerini, R. Becarelli, R. Caldelli, A. Melani, M. Niccolai

IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, 2017

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