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Since January 2017 I am research scientist at Toyota Research Institute in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, where I work as an active member of the perception group in the Autonomous Driving Project. Specifically, my team goal is to develop novel algorithms to address the problem of dynamic object tracking. My research interests spread in different areas of mobile robotics, in particular in SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) and 3D perception.

In February 2017 I received my Ph.D. in Engineering in Computer Science at Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering "Antonio Ruberti" (DIAG) at Sapienza University of Rome. During the Ph.D. I have been member of the Ro.Co.Co Laboratory (Cognitive and Cooperative Robots), headed by Prof. Daniele Nardi. My advisor, Prof. Giorgio Grisetti, was coordinator of the ROVINA European Project where I was responsible for the 3D mapping.

I received my Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in 2013. My M.Sc. thesis focused on a novel variant of the well known point cloud registration algorithm ICP (Iterative Closest Point), which is based on a new objective error function to minimize.



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