While classes are suspended, University is still open and today we had a great (epidemiologically-correct) graduation day with 5 of my students having discussed their B.Sc. and M.Sc. theses. Great works on graph neural networks applied to biochemistry and social-network data, tree transductions in image captioning, machine vision and genomic data processing. Congratulations to them all!
- Alessio Gravina, Machine Learning prediction of compounds impact on Schizoprenia treatment, co-supervision by Corrado Priami and Kevin V. Grimes (Stanford University), M.Sc. in Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence
- Davide Serramazza, Image captioning with structure generation, M.Sc. in Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence
- Francesco Bachini, On the use of sequential learning models to estimate natural selection on Hiv from clinical samples, co-supervision by Matteo Fumagalli (Imperial College London), M.Sc. in Data Science and Business Informatics,
- Gabriele Tenucci, A neural network-based intelligent filter for Youtube videos, B.Sc. in Computer Science
- Lorenzo Gazzella, Analysing privacy-risks in social networks by deep learning for graphs, co-supervision with A. Monreale, B.Sc. in Computer Science