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Giuseppe Riccardi


Prof. Giuseppe Riccardi, PhD, is founder and director of the Signals and Interactive Systems Lab at University of Trento, Italy.

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    James Brusseau

    Visiting Professor, Pace University ( USA )

    Prof. James Brusseau is with the Pace University ( New York, USA ) and visiting Professor

    at the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science ( University of Trento).

    Research interests: History of Philosophy/Ethics, Contemporary Continental, Philosophy/Ethics of AI




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      Carmelo Ferrante

      Senior Research Engineer

      He is a Senior Research Engineer at the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science of the University of Trento, Italy, in the Signal and Interactive System Labs.

      He is the head of research and development in Blupixel IT Srl, a company that developed various products for web, mobile phones and social networks.

      He is expert in complex web programming, analytics and android applications, Forensic Computing and Cyber Security

      Research Interests: His current research interests at University of Trento are related to Spoken Dialog Systems, Machine Learning and Natural Language Understanding applied to fields like UX, UI, web and mobile phones application.

        Morena Danieli

        Morena Danieli

        Psychologist and Research Fellow

        Morena Danieli, PhD, is a computational linguist, and a neuropsychologist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice.

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          Mahed S. Mousavi

          PhD student

          After completing his Master of Science in Computer Science, Mahed is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at SISLab. He is interested in Deep Learning and Natural Language Processing, while his main research interest is Knowledge-Grounded Dialogue Systems. During his Master studies, he worked on several related projects including Question-Answering models for conversational agents, Response-Selection models grounded in external Knowledge, and task-based conversational assistants on different platforms.

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            Giovana Meloni Craveiro

            Master Student

            Moved by all sorts of passions, Giovana chose to follow a computer science degree, with the hope to build a career filled with interdisciplinarity.

            Inspired by the natural language processing courses at the University of Trento, she joined an exchange program made possible by a partnership with her home university, the University of São Paulo.

            Uniting her interest in linguistics, logic, and philosophy, she found in the SISLab group the opportunity to work with ethics of artificial intelligence using machine learning and NLP techniques.

            She envisions a world where technology is evermore helpful and considerate with all humans. And understands as her life purpose to keep putting effort to make it a continual reality.

            Linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/giovana-meloni-craveiro-a6214a166/


              Riccardo Peron

              Bachelor Student

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                Gabriel Roccabruna

                PhD Student


                  Steve Azzolin

                  Master Student

                  Steve Azzolin is a Master's student in Artificial Intelligent Systems at the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering (University of Trento). He started with great interest in web development, but when he read an introductory book to Data Analytics he changed his goals. He started to study Machine Learning and to play with online challenges such as Kaggle.

                  Being interested in a Ph.D., he joined the SISLab group to see what does doing research means.

                  Personal page available at https://steveazzolin.github.io/


                    Michela Lorandi

                    Research Assistant


                      Tommaso Ciulli



                        Sebastian Bayerl

                        Visiting PhD Student

                        I am currently a PhD Student at the Technische Hochschule Nuernberg cooperating with the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen (FAU). If you do not come from Germany it might confusing to have two alme matres but the university system here has 4 tiers. If you’re at one of the lower two tiers you have to work together with a university that belongs to the top two tiers.

                        I am interested in all kinds of speech and specifically speech recogniton related topics. My PhD project is about monitoring of pathological speech with a special regard to privacy. If you think you have something interesting or want to cooperate on a project just let me know. The topics I am most interested in random order are:

                        • speech recognition
                        • pathological speech
                        • maschine learning
                        • deep learning
                        • software engineering for ML/DL applications

                        Read more on my website


                          Valentina Sofia Pigato

                          Master Student




                            Juan Manuel Mayor Torres

                            University College Dublin (UCD)

                            He is a research associate interested in characterizing emotions, biological, and behavioral outcome measures using Deep Learning and generalize neural representations using Machine Learning methodologies and neural/semantic combined features.

                            See the profile on UCDlinkedin or Google Scholar


                              Giuliano Tortoreto


                              I still remember the day my primary school teacher told my mother: “Your son will never be good at school”.
                              I finished high school at the top of my class and went on to University to study CS. Instead of looking for a job, after my Bachelors I went on for a MSc in data science, where I attended Language Understanding Systems, the most difficult course I had ever taken.
                              Of course, I decided to write my dissertation on it and to do an internship in the lab that developed such systems. As you might have guessed, I love challenges.


                                Satoshi Nakamura

                                Nara Institute of Technology


                                  Mirco Ravanelli

                                  Mila - Université de Montréal


                                    Korbinian Riedhammer

                                    Technische Hochschule Nürnberg


                                      Giulio Iacucci

                                      University of Helsinki



                                        Alessandro Tomasi

                                        Alessandro Tomasi

                                        Computer engineer

                                        Veronica Rizzi

                                        Veronica Rizzi

                                        Computer engineer