I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Regina , under the supervision of Howard Hamilton and Sandra Zilles .

I hold a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Milano-Bicocca on topics related to probabilistic inference in graphical models, multi agent systems and computer vision. During my graduate studies I spent one and an half years as visiting PhD student at the University of Toronto , where I collaborated with the groups of David Fleet and Craig Boutilier .

My research interests are probabilistic relational models (and their applications), activity recognition problems and machine learning.

Currently, I am working on algorithms for automatically learn the dynamical model of correlated behaviors from data, as well on practical application in robotics and social networks. You can find more about me in my CV.