PhD Days

DAUIN Ph.D. Day for Companies 2021

Following the success of the DAUIN PhD Day in the last years and after the first 2021 in-person event targeted to Politecnico di Torino's students and staff held in October this year, the students of the PhD in Computer and Control Engineering at DAUIN are glad to present and promote their cutting-edge research results during the "DAUIN PhD day for Companies 2021".



In the event, about 50 students enrolled in the 2nd and 3rd year of the PhD program are ready to virtually meet with experts from companies or other research institutions to present their work, answer questions, and create the ground for future collaborations.

A collection of videos prepared by the students will be published online to give an overview of the research activities carried out in this research program by each one of them.

If you are interested in a specific topic, students will be available on November 24th 2021 from 2pm to 5pm in dedicated Zoom rooms.

Connection links and videos will be posted at

http://www.phd-dauin.polito.it/phd-day-for-companies-2021.html

The participation is open. Do not miss the opportunity to talk with the young researchers that are shaping the future of our technology.


DAUIN Ph.D. Poster Day 2021

On Wednesday October 27, at the second floor of the Department of Control and Computer Engineering (DAUIN), Ph.D. students at the end of their studies (XXXIV cycle) will have the chance to present and discuss in person their research activities in the context of the 6th edition of the DAUIN Ph.D. Poster Day. The event will be been an opportunity to illustrate the Ph.D. program in Computer and Control Engineering and to disseminate the research activities carried on at DAUIN.

For more information please visit http://www.phd-dauin.polito.it/phd-poster-day-2021.html




DAUIN Ph.D. Day for the Public 2020

Following the success of the DAUIN PhD Poster Day in the last years, the students of the Ph.D. in Computer and Control Engineering at DAUIN are glad to present and promote their cutting-edge research results during the 2020 PhD Day for the Public.

Forty-two students enrolled in the 2nd and 3rd year of the Ph.D. program are ready to virtually meet with interested M.S. students to present their research work and answer any questions or curiosities about their Ph.D. experience.

In addition, a collection of 1-minute videos prepared by Ph.D. students will give an overview of their research activities.

If you are interested in a specific topic, students will be available on December 2nd 2020 from 17:00 to 18:30 for a live discussion in a 3D online environment (provided by Mozilla Hubs).

Connection links will be posted at http://www.phd-dauin.polito.it/phddayforall2020.html

The participation is open to everybody!




 
 
DAUIN Ph.D. Day for Companies 2020

Following the success of the DAUIN PhD Poster Day in the last years, the students of the PhD in Computer and Control Engineering at DAUIN are glad to present and promote their cutting-edge research results during the 2020 PhD day for company.

Forty-one students enrolled in the 2nd and 3rd year of the PhD program are ready to virtually meet with experts from companies or other research institutions to present their work, answer questions and create the base for future collaborations.

A collection of videos prepared by our students will give an overview of the research activities carried out in our research program.

If you are interested in a specific topic, our students will be available on November 17th 2020 from 10:00 to 13:00 for a live Zoom session.

Connection links will be posted at http://www.phd-dauin.polito.it/phddaycompanies2020.html

The participation is open. Do not miss the opportunity to talk with the young experts that are shaping the future of our technology.


DAUIN Ph.D. Poster Day 2019

On Friday October 25, at the second floor of the Department of Control and Computer Engineering (DAUIN), Ph.D. students at the end of their studies (XXXII cycle) had the chance to present and discuss their research activities in the context of the 4th edition of the DAUIN Ph.D. Poster Day. The event has been an opportunity to illustrate the Ph.D. program in Computer and Control Engineering and to disseminate the research activities carried on at DAUIN.



 
Presenters and their respective topics are listed below.

Alberto Carelli
Securing Critical Infrastructures

Giuseppe Futia
From Linked Open Data to Big Data: Architectures and Methodologies

Marco Restifo
Dependability of Safety-Critical Automotive SoC

Sebastiano Miano
Novel Paradigms to Data Center Software Network Services

Alberto Monge Roffarello
Intelligent User Interaction in the Internet of Things

Enrico Palumbo
Knowledge Graph Embeddings for Recommender Systems

Diego Michele Monti
Multicriteria Evaluation for Top-k and Sequence-based Recommender Systems

Marco De Benedictis
Security and Trust in a Network Functions Virtualization Infrastructure

Jalolliddin Yusupov
Formal Assurance of Security Policies in Automated Network Orchestration (SDN/NFV)

Alessandro Aliberti
Software Architectures and Algorithms to Model and Increase Energy Efficiency in Smart City and Smart Industry Scenarios

Francesco Barchi
Many-core and Heterogeneous Architectures: Programming Models and Compilation Toolchains

Alberto Cannavò
Interfaces for Human-centered Production and Use of Computer Graphics Assets

Sebastiano Fabrizio Finocchiaro
Cybersecurity for Embedded Systems: Methodologies, Techniques and Tools

Gabriele Castellano
Service-Aware Orchestration on Distributed Edge Infrastructures

Juan Pablo Sáenz
Software Engineering in the IoT Context

Valentino Peluso
Design Methodologies and CAD tools for Ultra-low Power IoT Systems and Applications



DAUIN Ph.D. Poster Day 2018

On Thursday October 11, at the second floor of the Department of Control and Computer Engineering (DAUIN), Ph.D. students at the end of their studies (XXXI cycle) had the chance to present and discuss their research activities in the context of the 3rd edition of the DAUIN Ph.D. Poster Day. The event has been an opportunity to illustrate the Ph.D. program in Computer and Control Engineering and to disseminate the research activities carried on at DAUIN.


Presenters and their respective topics are listed below.

Mohammad Abuabiah
Data-driven control system design with application to automotive problems

Serhiy Avramenko
High-performance computing systems for harsh environments based on commercial-off-the-shelf components

Sarah Azimi
Digital design techniques for dependable high performance computing

Roberta Bardini
Structure-function relationship in complex biological systems

Federica Bazzano
Human-machine interfaces for service robotics

Marco Conoscenti
Scaling solutions for the blockchain

Riccardo Coppola
Software testing: Definition, assessment and evolution of test suites

Evelina Di Corso
Supporting decision making with self-learning methodologies

Masoud Hemmatpour
High performance computing using InfiniBand-based clusters

Milad Karimshoushtari
Experiment design in nonlinear system identification with application to automotive problems

Mohammad Reza Kavoosifar
Data mining and indexing big multimedia data

Andrea Marcelli
Machine learning and other computational intelligence techniques for security applications

Stefano Primatesta
Autonomous navigation for mobile robots in complex and crowded environments

Leonardo Regano
An expert system for automatic software protection

Giuseppe ricupero
Mining data on innovative application domains

Roberto Giorgio Rizzo
Energy-efficient speculative computing for IoT ICs

Mariangela Rosano
Mixing qualitative and quantitative methods for sustainable transportation in Smart Cities

Francesco Savarese
Data fusion methods and algorithms for automotive applications

Stefano Trapani
Task modeling for task-oriented robot programming

Alessio Viticchiè
Software attestation with static and dynamic techniques



DAUIN Ph.D. Poster Day 2017

On Thursday October 19, at the second floor of the Department of Control and Computer Engineering (DAUIN), Ph.D. students at the end of their studies (XXX cycle) had the chance to present and discuss their research activities in the context of the 2nd edition of the DAUIN Ph.D. Poster Day. The event has been an opportunity to illustrate the Ph.D. program in Computer and Control Engineering and to disseminate the research activities carried on at DAUIN.


Presenters and their respective topics are listed below.

Antonio ATTANASIO
Mining heterogeneous urban data at multiple granularity layers

Roberto BONAFIGLIA
Improving the performance of virtualized network services based on NFV and SDN

Lorenzo BOTTACCIOLI
Modelling and simulation infrastructure for smart energy and renewable technologies in urban districts

Erion ÇANO
Text-based sentiment analysis and music emotion recognition

Yukai CHEN
Simulation of non-functional properties in cyber-physical systems

Alysson DINIZ DOS SANTOS
Educational games to sustainability

Stefano ESPOSITO
Multi-core systems for mixed criticality applications

Edoardo FADDA
Models and methods for urban mobility and logistics

Leonardo FAVARIO
Multimedia communication optimization for Web environments

Daniel JAHIER PAGLIARI
Energy-efficient approximate computing

Teodoro MONTANARO
Architectures for IoT notifications: From disruption to benefit

Rifat RASHID
Automated quality assessment and validation for evolving knowledge bases

Tahir RIZVI
Visual analysis algorithms for embedded systems

Francesco ROSSI
Deep supervised embedding for fish species identification

Amedeo SAPIO
Distributed services across the network from edge to core

Amirhossein TOOSI
Feature fusion for pattern recognition in computer vision

Giorgio TOSCANA
Fast feature-less quaternion based particle swarm optimization for object pose estimation for RGB-D images

Luca VENTURINI
Classification algorithms for Big Data, with applications on urban safety



DAUIN Ph.D. Poster Day 2016

On Wednesday December 14, at the second floor of the Department of Control and Computer Engineering (DAUIN), Ph.D. students at the end of their studies (XXIX cycle) had the chance to present and discuss their research activities. The event has been an opportunity to illustrate the Ph.D. program in Computer and Control Engineering and to disseminate the research activities carried on at DAUIN.


Presenters and their respective topics are listed below.

Francesco Gavino BRUNDU
Big data analysis for complex systems

Riccardo CANTORO
New techniques for functional test of processor-based systems

Luigi COLANGELO
Laser metrology spaceraft formation

Giuseppe AIRO FARULLA
Design and development of methodologies and technologies to support people with disabilities

Mauricio Alejandro LOTUFO
Application of embedded model control to aerospace systems

Francesco LUCREZIA
Fog computing: cloud computing all'edge della rete

Federico MANURI
Data visualization and human-machine interaction

Giulia PACIELLO
Sviluppo di software per l'xampanalisi di dati provenienti da tecnologie Next Generation Sequencing

Denis PATTI
Visual analysis algorithms for embedded system

Fabio PULVIRENTI
Data mining algorithms for Big Data

Ludovico Orlando RUSSO
Cloud based robot vision for mapping and autonomous navigation

Rosario SCATAMACCHIA
Analysis and optimization of network phenomena in complex systems

Serena SPINOSO
Techniques for network function virtualization and chaining

Tao SU
Distributed system security

Sarosh TAHIR
Next-generation optical networks

Iacopo VAGLIANO
Linked Data driven recommender systems

Fulvio VALENZA
Network security policies

Alessandro VALLERO
Hardware-software support for dynamic partial reconfigurable systems and cross-layer reliability of digital systems

Alessandro VASCIAVEO
Computational models and algorithms to solve large-scale problems in network biology

Alejandro David VELASCO
Software-based methods for dependability