About me and what I do
I'm a Postdoctoral Researcher with the Department of Information Engineering
at the University of Pisa.
I received a Master of Science Degree, summa cum laude, in Computer Engineering (Enterprise curriculum) and
a PhD Degree in Information Engineering (Computer System Architectures), both from the University of Pisa.
My research interests are in the fields of artificial/computational intelligence and data analytics, with applications to decision support and multiobjective optimization.
My research activity is focused on looking for advanced solutions for the smart industry that span two areas: processes and people.
In the first area, processes, I'm working on the optimization of the industrial processes that involve the disassembly of electronic devices for refurbishment and sustainable end-of-life dismantling.
The research I do in the second area, people, is focused on the use of artificial intelligence-based solutions to monitor the workers' level of safety when performing dangerous/repetitive tasks. Also, the second area aims to track the workers' psychological state by fusing biomedical signals and biological markers, for a continuous assessment of the stress level that workers are exposed to at the workplace.
- Electronic Waste reduction for Recycling and Multiobjective Optimization for Efficient Product Disassembly;
- Affective Computing, for emotion recognition and tracking;
- Occupational Safety and Health: how to achieve safer workplaces in the next-generation smart industry;
- Work-related Stress: limiting and correctly dealing with work-related stress can improve people's quality of life.