About me

Hello!

I’m a researcher in computer vision and deep learning and I’m currently working with Federico Tombari at Google Zurich. Previously I was enrolled as a post doc at the Computer Vision Lab of the university of Bologna under the supervision of Professor Luigi Di Stefano.

I received my PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from University of Bologna on April 2019. During my PhD I have worked on deep learning solutions for product detection and recognition in retail environments and on deep learning applied to depth estimation from stereo and monocular cameras.

I am still working on depth estimation, but I’m also starting to explore more general research subjects like domain adaptation and meta learning.

News

2021:

2020:

  • We uploaded to arxiv our latest work Batch Normalization Embeddings for Deep Domain Generalization.
  • I was acknowledged as Outstanding Reviewer at ACCV2020, thank you to all the organizers!
  • Our paper A Divide et Impera Approach for 3D Shape Reconstruction from Multiple Views has been accepted as oral to 3DV 2020! Here we show how to use deep learning and traditional multi-view geometry wisdom to solve multi view reconstruction in an end to end way.
  • I was awarded as Outstanding Reviewer at ECCV2020, thank you to all the organizers!
  • Come meet me on the 26th of August at the Virtual Google Booth at ECCV2020 to chat about what is it like to work and do research in Google. From 6:30 to 8:30 pm CEST.
  • We just submitted to TPAMI an extended version of our CVPR2019 work on online self-supervision for stereo depth estimation. You can find more details on our newer work Continual Online Adaptation for Deep Stereo. The online code will be updated soon, stay tuned.

2019:

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