I am a postdoctoral researcher at the UvA-Bosch DELTA Lab (Deep Learning Technologies Amsterdam), a joint effort of the University of Amsterdam and Bosch, led by Max Welling, where we work on fundamental research in deep learning for computer vision and automotive.
Previously, I did research and engineering on topics of distributed machine learning and privacy at N1analytics, part of Data61 CSIRO. I completed my PhD in machine learning at the Australian National University with NICTA, advised by Richard Nock and Tiberio Caetano. My thesis was about weak supervision, e.g. labels corrupted by noise or by higher-level aggregation, touching on learning theory, privacy and deep learning. I received my BSc and MSc from Politecnico di Milano with a research thesis on Nash equilibrium computation working with Nicola Gatti.