I am researcher at the
A.A.S.S. Research Center
(Örebro University). I did my undergraduate studies at
Politecnico di Milano, where I
received my M.Sc. in Computer Science Engineering, in
2005. In 2010, I successfully defended my Ph.D. thesis Planning in
Inhabited Environments: Human-Aware Task Planning and
My main research area is robot task planning in the presence of humans. Therefore, my work is focused on the following topics:
- Human-Robot Interaction
- Intelligent Environments
I'm also interested in topics that are complementary to my research:
- (Human) Action/Intention Recognition
- (Human) Plan Recognition/Forecasting
Teaching and Supervision
Between 2007 and 2010, I've been teaching assistant for different undergraduate courses, for bachelor and master students, at Örebro University (Artificial Intelligence, Numerical Methods, Basic Computer Usage).
I also partecipated in the supervision of three students for their master thesis, with Professor Alessandro Saffiotti and Ph.D. Federico Pecora. The topic of the theses of the students is human action/activity recognition in an intelligent environment.
- Matteo Dariol (from La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy)
- Federica Lanzellotto (from Roma 3 University, Rome, Italy)
- Francesca Dell'Osa (from Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy)
Here you can find a short version of my curriculum vitae, in pdf format. For more information, please contact me.