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16Dec 19

Angela Faragasso, University of Tokyo
In robotics research the Replicability and Reproducibility (RR) of results and their objective evaluation and comparison is seldom practiced. This situation impairs both research progress and...

16Dec 19

Dr. Walter Mecchia
Le attività di ricerca e sviluppo relative alla realizzazione di sistemi strategici quali, ad esempio, gli impianti produttivi distribuiti su vaste aree geografiche, i sistemi globali per le...

16Dec 19

Prof. Piergiorgio Donatelli
Lo sviluppo della AI e della robotica può costituire non solo una nuova sfida per l’etica ma anche una svolta analoga a quella registrata con la bioetica negli anni Settanta. L’interazione sempre più...

9Dec 19

Charalampos Tsourakakis (Boston University and Harvard)
Graph clustering is a fundamental problem in graph mining with important applications ranging from social networks analysis and entity resolution to computer vision and semi-supervised learning. In...

10Dec 19

Jose-Victor Rodriguez
More than fifty years have passed since the development of optical fibers by Charles Kao in 1965. Such means of signal transmission represents one of the greatest technological advances that have...

29Nov 19

Agostino Martinelli (INRIA Grenoble, France)
In this talk I provide the analytic solution of an important open problem in control theory. Specifically, I provide the analytic procedure to obtain the state observability of nonlinear systems in...

19Nov 19

Vari, dal Progetto 9Conversations
Il 19 Novembre 2019, 9:30 - 15:55,presso il Dipartimento di Ingegneria informatica, automatica e gestionalesi svolgera' il secondo "Multiplier Event" del progetto9Conversations: Network building for...

18Nov 19

Prof. Hervé Debar
Medical objects, small or large, increasingly rely on digital technologies to monitor patients or deliver care. They form a part of our digital critical infrastructure, that can be significantly...

13Nov 19

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a set of hardware and software systems capable of providing computing units with capabilities that, to a human observer, seem to imitate humans’ cognitive abilities....

13Nov 19

In this workshop, we will look into the ways to design, develop and evaluate systems that aim to drive behavioural change, based on Ambient Intelligence mechanisms. A number of challenges have...

13Nov 19

The aim of this workshop is to collect from academic and industrial players papers reporting original, previously unpublished research, which addresses this important field. During the workshop the...

15Nov 19

Alex Gluhak
The invited talk of Alex Gluhak will be delivered in the context of the 2019 European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AMI 2019) that is by DIAG on 13-15 November. The European Conference on...

15Nov 19

John Pagonis
The invited talk of John Pagonis will be delivered in the context of the 2019 European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AMI 2019) that is by DIAG on 13-15 November. The European Conference on...

14Nov 19

Salvatore Iaconesi and Oriana Persico
The invited talk of Salvatore Iaconesi and Oriana Persico will be delivered in the context of the 2019 European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AMI 2019) that is by DIAG on 13-15 November. The...

14Nov 19

Fabio PATERNO
The invited talk of Fabio Paternò will be delivered in the context of the 2019 European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AMI 2019) that is by DIAG on 13-15 November. The European Conference on...

12Nov 19

9th Meeting on Industrial VisionTuesday, November 12, 201914:00-18:30 Aula Magna DIAGVia Ariosto 25, Roma Five companies involved in the development and implementation of vision systems for...

7Nov 19

Philip Lazos (Sapienza University of Rome)
We formulate and study the stochastic game of miners that participate in the bitcoin protocol. We consider the possible beneficial deviations a miner can have: the simplest strategy is to release...

29Oct 19

Panagiota Fatourou
Concurrent dictionaries lie in the heart of most modern concurrent applications. We present NB-BST, the first implementation of a non-blocking binary search tree in an asynchronous shared-memory...

24Oct 19

Manuel Keppler
This seminar gives an introduction to the soft robots at the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Wessling, and deals with the recent development of a new...

21Oct 19

Frank Dellaert
AbstractIn robotics and computer vision, simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) and structure from motion (SFM) are important and closely related problems. I will review how SLAM, SFM, and...

21Oct 19

Dr. Michele Focchi - Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT)
Legged robots are mainly designed to traverse unstructured environments where wheeled robots have limited mobility. Their applications range from nuclear decommissioning to mining, search and rescue...

15Oct 19

Prof. Chu-Sing Yang
In the past, malware used to integrate multiple malicious functions inside the one executable. So that if there are lots of suspicious functions inside an executable, the antivirus will say it was a...

20Nov 19

Alessandro Spada, laureato magistrale in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics al DIAG nel Gennaio 2017 con la tesi"Locomotion and Telepresence in Virtual and Real Worlds” svolta presso il...

17Oct 19

25 anni di Isfort La storia, il contributo scientifico e di innovazione della Ricerca di Isfort nell’Italia dei Trasporti - Apertura prof. Marco Milli - Presidente di Isfort  - Saluto ...

24Sep 19

Christian Napoli
Modelling human-based phenomena is not an easy task. Moreover, implementing such a model by means of a traditional algorithmic approach - based on ab initio assumptions - gets nearly impossible.On...

20Sep 19

Nell'ambito della procedura di valutazione di un Ricercatore a TempoDeterminato tipologia B ai fini della chiamata nel ruolo di Professore di II fascia ai sensidell’art. 24, comma 5, legge 240/2010,...

20Sep 19

Nell'ambito della procedura di valutazione di un Ricercatore a Tempo Determinato tipologia Bai fini della chiamata nel ruolo di Professore di II fascia ai sensi dell’art. 24, comma 5, legge 240/2010...

20Sep 19

Andrea Vitaletti
Nell'ambito della procedura ai fini della chiamata nel ruolo di Professore di II fascia, SSD ING-INF/05 – SC 09/H1Andrea Vitaletti  terrà un seminario pubblico venerdì  ...

17Sep 19

Jan Brueckner, University of California Irvine
Critical issues in transport economics Department of Computer Control and Management EngineeringSeptember 17, 2019 -  2.30 pm Title: Congestion and Incentives in the Age of Driverless...

23Jul 19

Mehiddin Al-Baali Department of Mathematics, Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, Oman
The well-known class of conjugate gradient (CG) line search methods for large-scale unconstrained optimization will be analyzed and simple examples will be used for illustrations. To impose certain...

18Jul 19

Irene Amerini
Nowadays, with the prevalence of low-cost imaging devices (smartphones, tablets, camcorders, digital cameras, scanners, wearable and IoT devices), images and videos have become the main...

18Jul 19

Riccardo Lazzeretti
Processing and encryption of content are generally considered sequential and independent operations. In certain scenarios, it is, however, desirable to carry out processing directly on...

18Jul 19

Tiziana D’Alfonso
In this research, we develop an analytical framework to study the performance of two alternative topologies of HSR networks: isolated corridors and grid networks. We evaluate how HSR configuration...

18Jul 19

Luca Iocchi
Integration of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics is a major research topic nowadays, not only because the development of intelligent robots is one of the overarching goal of AI, but also and...

3Jul 19

prof. Vinit Parida (visiting professor at DIAG from Luleå University of Technology)
Research funds represent a key “fuel” and at the same time a key issue for performing research. Prof. Vinit Parida, in many years of work in the Swedish and international context, matured a...

2Jul 19

prof. Vinit Parida (visiting professor at DIAG from Luleå University of Technology)
The seminar will present research insights from the Vinnova funded project DigIn – Digital Innovation of Business Models in Industrial Ecosystems. The project focuses on how companies can profit...

21Jun 19

Antonio Pietrabissa
Il dottor Antonio Pietrabissa, vincitore della procedura valutativa PA a n. 2 posti presso il Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica, Automatica e Gestionale "A. Ruberti", Settore Concorsuale 09/G1,...

21Jun 19

Claudia Califano
La dottoressa Claudia Califano, vincitrice della procedura valutativa PA a n. 2 posti presso il Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica, Automatica e Gestionale "A. Ruberti", Settore Concorsuale 09/G1...

20Jun 19

Tinglong Dai - Johns Hopkins University
We study the problem a diagnostic expert (e.g., a physician) faces when offering a diagnosis to a client (e.g., a patient) that may be based only on her own diagnostic ability or supplemented by a...

21Jun 19

Alessio Merlo
Mobile Security has developed as a heterogeneous and complex research field; this is mainly due to the rapid technological evolution of the mobile operating systems and to an ever-evolving...

11Jun 19

Prof. Joe Naoum-Sawaya
In this talk, we present a learning approach to find good solutions for Binary Quadratic Programming. The proposed approach is based on learning a linear objective function which can then be used to...

11Jun 19

Prof. Bissan Ghaddar
In this talk we present a dynamic inequality generation scheme to generate valid polynomial inequalities for binary polynomial programs. When used iteratively, this scheme improves the bounds without...

10Jun 19

Prof. Joaquim Judice
The Linear Complementarity Problem (LCP) consists of finding two nonnegative vectors satisfying linear constraints and complementarity conditions between pairs of components of the same order. The...

30May 19

Andrea Cristofaro
Il dottor Andrea Cristofaro, vincitore della procedura selettiva RTD-B a n. 1 posto presso il Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica, Automatica e Gestionale "A. Ruberti", SC 09/G1, SSD ING-INF/04 -...

27May 19

Francesco Bonchi (ISI Torino & Eurecat), Carlos Castillo (UPF Barcelona), Chris Schwiegelshohn (Sapienza)
Monday 27th May 2019 09:00 - 16:00, DIAG, Via Ariosto 25, room B2031.                   09:00-11:00...

20May 19

Jlenia Toppi
La dottoressa Jlenia Toppi, vincitrice della procedura selettiva RTD-B a n. 1 posto presso il Dipartimento di  Ingegneria Informatica, Automatica e Gestionale "A. Ruberti", SC 09/G2, SSD ING-INF...

20May 19

Francesco Leotta
Francesco Leotta, vincitore di procedura valutativa di chiamata per un posto RTDA per il SSD ING-INF/05, terrà presso questo dipartimento un seminario su attività di ricerca svolte e in corso di...

17May 19

Gabriele Iommazzo
Mathematical Programming solvers operate several complex algorithmic components, which a user can control by means of parameters. Finding a good solver parameter configuration is often necessary to...

7May 19

La Direzione Incentivi alle Imprese del Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico (MiSE) incontra gli studenti ed i ricercatori della Sapienza per presentare il PON imprese e competitività, il Programma del...

15Apr 19

Silvio Lattanzi (Google Research)
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10Apr 19

Manuela Petti
La dottoressa Manuela Petti terrà presso questo dipartimento un seminario sulle attività di ricerca da lei svolte e in corso di svolgimento, come previsto dagli adempimenti richiesti per la chiamata...

8Apr 19

Fabrizio Silvestri (Facebook)
April 8th - 9th 2019, 09 - 13, Room B203, DIAG, Via Ariosto 25Understanding natural language is one of the grand goals to achieve Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). In the last few years, also...

1Apr 19

Shufang Zhu (School of Computer Science and Software Engineering at East China Normal University)
Synthesis from temporal specifications is a fundamental problem in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science. A popular specification is Linear Temporal Logic (LTL). The standard approach to...

29Mar 19

Paul Duetting (London School of Economics)
We consider the classic principal-agent model of contract theory, in which a principal designs an outcome- dependent compensation scheme to incentivize an agent to take a costly and unobservable...

25Mar 19

Prof. Gabriele Eichfelder
In multiobjective optimization, one considers optimization problems with several competing objective functions. For instance, in engineering problems a design often has to be stable and light...

28Mar 19

Idiano D'Adamo
The transport sector has a low penetration of renewable energy representing a serious obstacle to tackle the climate change. Biomethane isa decarbonisation solution and the recovery of some...

13Mar 19

Aharon Ben-Tal
Prof. Aharan Ben-Tal, Professor of Operations Research at the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, will give the following two seminars...

7Mar 19

Prende il via la III edizione del Master di I livello in Management del Trasporto Pubblico Locale (TPL). Il Master è organizzato dal Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica Automatica e Gestionale...

6Mar 19

Luca Ardito, Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma
Launching new products based on proprietary technologies is the key to success in many firms, but it still represents a big challenge. Accordingly, the factors explaining when technologies are more...

27Nov 18

Mathias Staudigl, Maastricht University, Department of Quantitative Economics, Operations Research and Mathematics Group
We develop an interior-point method for conic constrained optimization problems (possibly nonconvex) of the form:min f (x) s.t.: Ax = b, for x belonging to C, where C is a closed convex cone.More...

29Nov 18

Piotr Krysta (University of Liverpool)
We consider the question of whether the transfers of truthful mechanisms can be defined in a way to make the cost of every agent equal. We want to marry this natural notion of equal-cost fairness...

15Nov 18

Chris Nash, University of Leeds
November 15-16, 2018Sapienza Università di RomaDepartment of Computer Control and Management Engineering Antonio Ruberti In the next years, European Union Member States will have to rely...

24Oct 18

Prof. Jan Baumbach
One major obstacle in current medicine and drug development is inherent in the way we define and approach diseases. Here, we will discuss the diagnostic and prognostic value of (multi-)omics panels...

8Nov 18

Jonathan Fürst
The proliferation of tightly, machine learning coupled data producers and consumers at the endpoints of the Internet challenges traditionalcloud-centered data processing and service placement. The...

16Oct 18

Yiannis Giannakopoulos
In this talk we will briefly overview some of our recent results in the area of optimalauctions: We will first study a standard Bayesian auction setting, where multiple bidders havei.i.d....

12Oct 18

Rebecca Reiffenhauser (RWTH Aachen)
We present an optimal, e-competitive truthful mechanism for the weighted bipartite matching problem.  We consider its online version where the  first vertex set is known beforehand, but...

16Oct 18

Leonid Libkin, University of Edinburgh
The talk will start with a brief overview of querying incomplete information in databases and its main computational challenges. I will present a summary of the work that came out of the Edinburgh...

18Oct 18

Luca Trevisan, U.C. Berkeley and Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing
Spectral clustering algorithms find clusters in a given network by exploiting properties of the eigenvectors of matrices associated with the network. As a first step, one computes a spectral...

21Sep 18

Giuseppe Persiano (Università di Salerno)
We study Symmetric Searchable Encryption (SSE) in a multi-user setting in which each user dynamically shares its documents with selected other users, allowing shares also to perform searches. We...

27Sep 18

Pete Herzog
Cyber Security is a research of crucial importance for the development of several industries. In particular, complex cyber-physical systems, as Critical Infrastructures, present numerous challenges...

13Sep 18

Prof. Michael Lindenbaum, Technion
Modern robotic systems are often equipped with a direct 3D data acquisition device, e.g. LiDAR, which provides a rich 3D point cloud representation of the surroundings. This representation is...

19Sep 18

Come da programma allegato
Un workshop per ricordare i contributi ed esplorare le prospettive che ci lasciano gli studi nell'Automatica condotti dal collega Carlo Bruni nella sua lunga vita scientifica al DIAG.

12Sep 18

Luca Benvenuti, Enrico Tronci, Federico Mari (Sapienza), Leonardo Mangeruca (United Technologies Research Center), Tiziano Villa (University of Verona), Davide Bresolin (Univerity of Padova)
Hybrid dynamical systems are those dynamical systems exhibiting both continuous evolution and discrete transitions. In general, the state of a hybrid system is defined by the...

7Sep 18

Sven Wachsmuth
Research in human robot interaction is an inherently interdisciplinary field. Besides the technical aspects of engineering research, artificial intelligence and machine learning approaches meet...

4Sep 18

Il 4 settembre 2018 alle ore 15:00, in aula A4, si terrà il seminario di LUCA FRACCASCIA, che illustrerà la propria attività scientifica come previsto dalla procedura per la chiamata dei ricercatori...

27Jul 18

Matteo Cannaviccio
In recent years there has been a proliferation of free and commercial "knowledge graphs" (KGs), which represent real-world entities together with their semantic relationships in a graphical form....

19Jul 18

Juan Cortés
In robotics, motion planning algorithms have traditionally aimed at finding feasible, collision-free paths for a mobile system. However, beyond feasible solutions, in many applications it is...

9Jul 18

Anton Shiriaev, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Underactuation represents dynamic equality constraints that should be somehow accommodated in process of searching of feasible motions of a mechanical system with passive degrees of freedom and in...

26Jun 18

Laura Astolfi
Laura Astolfi, Ricercatrice a Tempo Determinato di tipo B (SSD ING-INF/06), terrà un seminario sulle attività  di ricerca svolte e in corso di svolgimento, in vista della delibera con cui il...

26Jun 18

Prof. Endre Boros, Rutgers University
Many learning algorithms are struggling with large data sets, and miss information present in the data simply for computational reasons. A larger and mostly hidden problem is that many algorithms...

20Jun 18

Amos Uderzo, Università di Milano-Bicocca
Regularity properties of mappings lie at the heart of mathematical analysis and its applications. In particular, they pave the way to tangential approximations of solution sets to equations that can...

20Jun 18

Prof. Markos Papageorgiou, Director of Dynamic Systems and Simulation Laboratory, School of Production Engineering and Management, Technical University of Crete
Daily traffic congestion on freeway networks around the world continues to increase, with detrimental effects on travel times, traffic safety, fuel consumption and environmental pollution. The annual...

2Jul 18

Fangzhen Lin (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Computer programs are among the most complex man-made systems.  Given their widespread uses, many of them in critical applications, their reliability is of utmost importance. There have been...

28May 18

Andrés Barreneche OECD, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, Paris
The seminar will present the STIP Compass which is an initiative of the European Commission and the OECD to collect together in one place quantitative and qualitative data on national trends in...

21May 18

Claudia Sarrico, OECD Paris
The OECD proposes a programme of work to contribute to the enhancement of performance of higher education systems, which includes a different approach from league tables and rankings - a benchmarking...

14May 18

Giancarlo Bigi
Nell'ambito del Dottorato di Ricerca in Automatica, Bioingegneria e Ricerca Operativa (ABRO) il prof. Giancarlo Bigi (Universit`a di Pisa) tiene un corso intensivo dal titolo "Algorithms for...

26Apr 18

DIAG hosts the second edition of Roman Games, an informal one-day workshop on multiagent optimization. Relevant information can be found at http://www.diag.uniroma1.it/~facchinei/RomanGames

18Apr 18

Prof. Dr. Rolf Krause
The numerical simulation of physiological and biomechanics processes allows for a better understanding of many internal mechanism of the human body. For example stresses in joints or the activation...

12Apr 18

Il 12 aprile 2018 si inaugura il MASTER di II livello in Ingegneria Gestionale per le Aziende SanitarieIl Master è organizzato dal Prof. Alberto Nastasi del Dipartimento di Ingegneria informatica...

19Apr 18

Prof. Joe Halpern - Cornell University
What does it mean that an event C ``actually caused'' event E?The problem of defining actual causation goes beyond mere philosophical speculation.  For example, in many legal arguments, it is...

10Apr 18

Steve Tumson, Tumson Consulting (Technology, Management, Education)
The goal of this interactive seminar is to understand the global picture of the regulatory framework for robotics, along with its challenges and impacts. We will address this topic from a 4-way...

4Apr 18

Leonid Libkin
Multiple surveys show that SQL and relational databases remain the most common tools used by data scientists. But can we fully trust them? We give a few examples showing unexpected and...

4Apr 18

Prof. Dr. Oliver Stein & M. Sc. Christoph Neumann
11:30 - A feasible rounding approach for mixed-integer optimization problemsChristoph NeumannInstitute of Operations Research, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)Email: christoph.neumann@kit....

26Mar 18

Massimiliano Carloni, Clarivate Analytics
Monday 26 March 2018 H: 13:00-14:00 Aula A5, Via Ariosto, 25 RomaA brief introduction to Web of Science and InCites basicsMonday 23 April 2018 H: 11:00-14:30 Aula A2, Via Ariosto, 25...

22Mar 18

Omer Gold (Tel-Aviv University)
We prove information theoretic lower bounds for the space complexity of fault-tolerant c-approximate diameter and radius data structures (oracles). Our bounds for the diameter oracle are tight for...

12Apr 18

Prof. Divesh Srivastava
In our Big Data era, as data-driven decision making sweeps through all aspects of society, the demands to make useful data available are growing ever louder.   For example, the ubiquity of...

19Mar 18

Prof. Minoru Asada
Cognitive Developmental Robotics aims at understating human's cognitive developmental process based on the constructive approaches utilizing robots as a tool or computer simulations. In this talk, I...

19Mar 18

Guglielmo Gemignani
Developing robots able to carry out tedious jobs is one of the goals that our society has been long envisioned to achieve.Sharing this vision, in the past few years Magazino GmbH (https://www....

25May 18

Mateo Valero, University of Catalonia (UPC)
In the last years the traditional ways to keep the increase of hardware performance to the rate predicted by the Moore's Law vanished. When uni-cores were the norm, hardware design was decoupled from...

24May 18

Michela Taufer
High performance computing (HPC) resources and workloads are undergoing tumultuous changes. HPC resources are growing more diverse with the adoption of accelerators; HPC workloads have increased in...

8Mar 18

Henk Moed
This book presents an introduction to the field of applied evaluative informetrics, dealing with the use of bibliometric or informetric indicators in research assessment. It is written for interested...

21Feb 18

Mercoledì 21 febbraio 2018, dalle 13:30 alle 17:00 circa nell'Aula Magna del DIAG si terrà il primo incontro tra aziende nel campo dell'automazione industriale e studenti di Ingegneria della Sapienza...

12Feb 18

Un rappresentante dell’AISM (Associazione Italiana Sclerosi Multipla) e ricercatori di diverse discipline si incontrano per analizzare i molteplici aspetti di una malattia complessa. L’AISM...

15Mar 18

Mario Morroni, University of Pisa
The seminar discusses Georgescu-Roegen’s time-specific analysis that is based on the concept of flow-fund. Georgescu-Roegen’s flow-fund model deals with the relationship between production...

29Jan 18

Keith Clark
The robotic agents are programmed in two rule based languages: TeleoR and QuLog.  The roots of TeleoR go back to the conditional action plans of the first cognitive robot, SRI’s Shakey. ...

11Jan 18

Cinzia Daraio
Should evaluation be democratic or meritocratic?We discuss the problem of the “democratization of evaluation” as the need to provide an answer to the injustice generated by the skewness of...

10Jan 18

Dott. Viviana Betti
In the absence of a task, the cerebral cortex exhibits slow fluctuations of activity that are highly organized in large-scale spatio-temporal structures or resting state networks (RSNs). Resting...

20Dec 17

Prof. Alessandro Fantoni - Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa
State of the art good quality a-Si:H can be deposited by Pressure Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD).This technique has reached a stable maturity and quality, due to the large investment...

13Dec 17

Cosimo Spera
A recent study “Digital News Report”, conducted in 20+ countries and published by Reuters in 2017 shows - among many other things- the sources of consumption of news by age. The trends show how...

4Dec 17

Patricia Laurens and Antoine Schoen, ESIEE Paris (Université Paris-Est)
Analysing the R&D of  big companies: data challenges and relevant policy issues  

8Nov 17

Nikos Parotsidis, University of Rome Tor Vergata
We present randomized algorithms with a total update time of O~(m \sqrt{n}) for the problems of decremental single-source reachability and decremental strongly connected components on directed graphs...

23Oct 17

Philippe Toint
MORE@DIAGSpeaker:Philippe TointUniversité de NamurNamur, BelgiqueTime: Monday the 23rd of october, 11:30Place: Aula Magna, DIAG           Via Ariosto...

23Oct 17

Sylvain Sorin
MORE@DIAGSpeaker:Sylvain SorinUniversité Pierre et Marie CurieParis, FranceTime: Monday the 23rd of october, 10:30Place: Aula Magna, DIAG           Via Ariosto...

19Oct 17

Stephane Caron
The Newton-Euler equations that govern multi-body systems are notintegrable in general. However, they become so in the pendular mode, aspecific way of moving where conservation of the angular...

12Oct 17

Chris Schwiegelshohn, DIAG, Sapienza University of Rome
As an optimization problem, clustering exhibits a strikingphenomenon: It is generally regarded as easy in practice, while theoryclassifies it among the computationally intractable problems. To...

28Sep 17

Randy Goebel (U. Alberta) and David Israel (SRI)
Speaker: Randy Goebel (University of Alberta) Title:  What does logic and abduction have to do with deep visual explanation? Abstract: Artificial Intelligence research that has...

16Oct 17

Prof. Mubarak Shah
Figure-ground separation is a land-mark problem in visual perception, which has fascinated many scientists for centuries. In computer vision, edge detection and region segmentation of an image have...

24Oct 17

Prof. Gabriel A. Wainer Dept. of Systems and Computer Engineering. Carleton University
The Advanced Real-Time Simulation Laboratory investigates different mechanisms to automate the generation of executable models, and their integration with real-time data. The research focuses in...

11Sep 17

Camil Demetrescu
As humans, we are faulty. So is the software we build. Can machines help us counter our mistakes? The programming language community is committed to pushing the limits of how automated techniques can...

11Sep 17

Domenico Lembo
Data Integration is the problem of providing a uniform access to a set of autonomous and possibly heterogeneous data sources. In this talk I will survey the research on data integration I was...

14Sep 17

Khuzaima Daudjee, University of Waterloo
Caching is a popular technique for bringing data closer to applications that are geographically distributed. I will present Apollo, our system that can learn data access patterns exhibited by...

12Sep 17

Sean Ryan Fanello
 Depth cameras are becoming key tools for computer vision tasks ranging from hand, body or object tracking, 3D reconstruction and simultaneous localization and mapping. Almost all these tasks...

31Aug 17

Tommaso Colombo, Ludovica Maccarrone
Speaker: Tommaso ColomboTitle: Recurrent Neural Networks: why do LSTM networks perform so well in time series prediction?(Joint work with: Alberto De Santis, Stefano Lucidi)Abstract:Long Short-Term...

4Jul 17

Graziella Bonanno, Chiara Conti e Riccardo Marzano
3.00 pm – 3:40 pmMeasuring the efficiency of Italian airports: How to counter unexpected shocksGraziella Bonanno, Sapienza Università di RomaAbstractThis paper investigates the efficiency of Italian...

5Jul 17

Francesco Lissoni (GREThA – Université de Bordeaux and ICRIOS, Bocconi University ) and Gianluca Tarasconi (ICRIOS, Bocconi University)
Short Bio and AbstractsFrancesco Lissoni is professor of economics at GREThA – Université de Bordeaux and ICRIOS Fellow at Bocconi University in Milan. After his PhD at the University of Manchester,...

27Jul 17

Marianna De Santis, Giorgio Grani
Titolo: "A Dual Step for Improving Alternating Augmented Lagrangian Methods for Semidefinite Programming"Speaker:  Marianna De Santis(Joint work with Franz Rendl e Angelika Wiegele)Abstract:"It...

24May 17

Silvio Lattanzi (Google Research)
 The study of online algorithms and competitive analysis provide a solid foundation for studying the quality of irrevocable decision making when the data arrives in an online manner. While in...

12May 17

Leo Liberti, CNRS LIX Ecole Polytechnique
A well known lemma by Johnson and Lindenstrauss states that given a finite set X of n points in a Euclidean space E(m) in m dimensions and a small real tolerance 0<t<1, there is a k ~ O(1/t^2...

17May 17

Professor ORTEGA Romeo
Motivated by current practice, in this course we explore the possibility of applying theindustry-standard PID controllers to regulate the behavior of nonlinear systems. As is wellknown, PID...

29May 17

Giliberto Capano, Scuola Normale Superiore, Institute for Humanities and Social Science, Florence
In higher education, reforms have long been driven by the theory that system performance depends on governance design; yet it remains far from clear which arrangements can actually deliver results,...

28Apr 17

Marlon Dumas
Predictive business process monitoring is concerned with predicting future states or properties of ongoing executions of a business process, based on past executions thereof. Such predictions can...

27Apr 17

Patrick Llerena
Our aim is to question the characteristics of the European scientific base, highlighting some structural weaknesses in the system of scientific research and in the system for transfer of technology...

13Apr 17

Claudia Biancotti (Banca d'Italia)
This paper presents preliminary evidence on cyber risk in the Italian private sector based on the Bank of Italy's annual surveys of Italian industrial and service firms. The information collected,...

10Apr 17

Alessio Moneta, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna Pisa
The talk will deal with the problem of inferring causal relationship from observational data, presenting a review of the following topics: the problem of induction, role of probability in induction,...

3Mar 17

Il giorno 3 Marzo, presso l'Aula Magna del DIAG, si terrà la giornata Inaugurale del Master di II livello in Management del TPL.Il Rettore di Sapienza Università di Roma, Eugenio Gaudio,...

13Feb 17

Emanuele Rodolà
In this talk I will present a recent line of work on (deformable) partial shape correspondence in the spectral domain. I will first introduce Partial Functional Maps (PFM), showing how to robustly...

2Feb 17

Riccardo Lazzaretti
Abstract: Recent advance in Secure Multi-Party Computation (SMPC) and Homomorphic Encryption (HE) opened the way for several privacy preserving applications. However such techniques have high...

23Jan 17

Various Keynotes and presentations, check here:http://bslab-symposium.net/BSLab-Sydic-2017/Final%20Program-BSLab-SYDIV-Web-8-01-2017.pdf
2017 BSLab-SYDIC International WorkshopModel-based Governance for Smart Organizational Future Organized by: Business Systems Laboratory in cooperation with System Dynamics Italian...

26Jan 17

Dr. Maria-Isabel Sanchez-Segura, Associate Professor at the Computer Science Department - Carlos III Technical University of Madrid
This workshop is dedicated to talk about creativity with the aim to awake the genius inside yourselves and to find out any recipe to be followed to be more creative in your daily life.During this...

12Jan 17

Roberto Giacobazzi, Università di Verona
The talk concerns the design of code protecting transformations for anti reverse engineering applications. These technologies are widely used in code protection (e.g., IP protection or key protection...

19Dec 16

Thomas Mensink
In this presentation I focus on two lines of research which share the aim of reusing visual knowledge. First, I will discuss zero-example classification.While there currently exists big (annotated)...

16Dec 16

Marcello Pericoli, Banca d'Italia, Divisione Analisi finanziaria - Servizio Congiuntura e politica monetaria Dipartimento Economia e statistica
The term structure of interest rates embeds relevant information for analysts, policy-makers and investors. With the start of the financial crisis and the unconventional monetary policies pursued by...

25Nov 16

Prof. Hiroshi Ishiguro, Osaka University and Hiroshi Ishiguro Laboratories, ATR
We, humans, have innate brain function to recognize humans. Therefore,humanlike robots, androids, can be ideal information media for human-robot/computer interaction.The speaker has developed...

21Nov 16

​Srdjan Skrbic
The goal of the talk is to present activities of the Scientific Computing Research Group, University of Novi Sad, related to high performance computing field. For this purpose, two case studies...

14Nov 16

Aristides Gionis. Aalto University
Large networks are being generated by applications that keep track of relationships between different data entities. Examples include online social networks recording interactions between individuals...

23Nov 16

On November 23rd, 2016, in the context of the European Robotics Week 2016, the Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering opens its robotics laboratories.We will illustrate our...

25Oct 16

Cinzia Daraio, Sapienza University of Rome; Victor Podinovski, Loughborough University, UK; Leopold Simar, Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
The implementation of Efficiency and Productivity Analysis Models10:15 IntroductionCinzia Daraio, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy  Developing better-informed models for efficiency and...

26Oct 16

Nicolò Rivetti di Val Cervo
Nowadays stream analysis is used in many context where the amount of data and/or the rate at which it is generated rules out other approaches (e.g., batch processing). The data streaming model...

25Oct 16

Romaric Ludinard
Decentralized cryptocurrency systems offer a medium of exchange secured by cryptography, without the need of a centralized banking authority. Among others, Bitcoin is considered as the most mature...

29Sep 16

Prof. H. Kjellstrom, KTH Stockholm
In this talk I will introduce the Inter-Battery Topic Model (IBTM). Our approach extends traditional topic models by learning a factorized latent variable representation. The structured...

21Sep 16

Proff. Buchheim, Ioffe, Mertikopoulos
Program14:45 Panayotis Mertikopoulos (French National Center for Scientific Research)Learning in concave games with imperfect information15:30 Christoph Buchheim (TU Dortmund)Cutting Planes for...

12Jul 16

Giancarlo Bigi, Lorenzo Lampariello, Simone Sagratella
From 14:00 to 14:25:TITLE: Equilibria for semi-infinite programmingSPEAKER: Giancarlo Bigi (Dipartimento di Informatica, Università di Pisa)ABSTRACT: Bilevel optimization, noncooperative games and...

5Jul 16

Rich De Millo
Affordable access to quality higher education has been a cornerstone of American life since the nation’s founding. American higher education is admired around the world as a model of excellence and...

4Jul 16

Giuseppe Oriolo
Giuseppe Oriolo, vincitore della procedura valutativa di chiamata per un posto di professore di ruolo di I fascia per il SSD ING-INF/04, terra’ presso questo dipartimento un seminario su attivita’ di...

28Jun 16

Prof. Luis Nunes Vicente, University of Coimbra
Trust-region methods are a broad class of methods for continuousoptimization that finds application in a variety of problemsand contexts. The basic principle consists of iteratively optimizinga model...

8Jun 16

Sean Luke, Associate Professor Department of Computer Science George Mason University Washington, DC
Multiagent systems are distributed systems in which multiple independent computational entities (agents) interact, but none of them has a global view of the system, nor knows exactly what the others...

26May 16

The Department of Computer, Control, and Management Engineering Antonio Ruberti hosts the first of a series of one-day, informal meetings on Multiagent Optimization (game theory, optimization over...

11May 16

Andrea Saltelli
The seminar will provide an introduction to the theory of Sensitivity Auditing, present the main implementation steps and provide some examples of applications useful for developing models for...

9May 16

Dr. Elisa Ricci, FBK Trento
While vital for handling most multimedia and computer vision problems, collecting large scale fully annotated data sets is a resource-consuming, often unaffordable task.  In this context,...

13Apr 16

Prof. Paul W. Wilson (Clemson University, USA)
Continued consolidation of the U.S. banking industry and general increase in thesize of banks has prompted some policymakers to consider policies to discourage banksfrom getting larger, including...

11Apr 16

Sang-Wook Kim (Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea)
We study how to improve the accuracy and running time of top-Nrecommendation with collaborative filtering (CF). Unlike existing works thatuse mostly rated items (which is only a small fraction in a...

20Apr 16

Patrick Valduriez
The blooming of different cloud data management infrastructures, specialized for different kinds of data and tasks, has led to a wide diversification of DBMS interfaces and the loss of a common...

26Apr 16

Antonio Franchi, LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France
In this seminar, I will present a distributed approach for the estimation of all the quantities needed for the cooperative manipulation of an unknown load, i.e., kinematic/inertial parameters, time-...

7Apr 16

Leonid Libkin
Multiple issues with SQL's handling of nulls have been well documented. To fix them, amodification of SQL's query evaluation that eliminates false query answers was proposedin my ICDT 2015 (also TODS...

10Mar 16

Prof. Marc Hanheide
Robotic systems that are able to adapt to individual humans through long-term or life-long experience and learning pave the way towards closer collaboration and interaction in a variety of...

25Feb 16

Benjamin Bach - Microsoft Research Inria Joint Centre
Dynamic networks are a common phenomena across domains, including the social sciences and history (e.g. friendship networks, messaging networks), archeology (e.g. artifact networks, trading networks...

23Feb 16

Roy Friedman
In this talk, I introduce a frequency based cache admission policy in order to boost the effectiveness of caches subject to skewed access distributions. Given a newly accessed item and an...

29Jan 16

Prof. Roberto Lucchetti
As it is well know, the source of healthy kidneys are deceased donors and living donors. However, deceased donors are far from being sufficient while incompatibility issues are a relevant obstacle in...

25Jan 16

Presentazione della IV Edizione, A.A. 2015/16 del Master in Sicurezza delle Informazioni e Informazione StrategicaTema dell’incontro sarà “(In)Consapevolezza  e CyberSecurity”Speaker:...

20Jan 16

Ilaria Bordino
With Internet provision becoming ubiquitous, people have been increasingly turning to search engines, micro-blogging platforms, questions/answering forums, and online encyclopedias for news,...

22Jan 16

Bernard Chazelle (Princeton University)
This talk will discuss an algorithmic approach to the study of dynamical systems on time-varying graphs. Diffusive influence systems have been used to model all sorts of dynamics, from political...

21Dec 15

Fabrizio Pece
In the last few years, the increasingly rise of new forms of computing devices is dramatically revolutionizing the way users create, consume and interact with data. Portable and ubiquitous computing...

18Dec 15

Marcello La Rosa
Business processes are multimillion dollar assets in large firms. Explicit representations of these processes in the form of process models are used to inform strategic decision making by various...

17Dec 15

Tsvi Kuflik
Knowing the social context may allow a system to provide socially-aware services to the visitors. Evidence of the social context can be gained from observing/monitoring the visitors’ social behavior...

2Dec 15

Massimiliano de Leoni
Organizations maintain process models that describe or prescribe how cases (e.g., orders) are handled. However, reality may not agree with what is modeled. Conformance checking techniques reveal and...

1Dec 15

Laura Astolfi
Laura Astolfi, vincitrice della procedura selettiva di chiamata per un posto di ricercatore a tempo determinato di tipologia B nel SSD ING-INF/06, terra' presso questo dipartimento un seminario...

4Dec 15

Giorgio Gnecco
 In this talk I'll focus on machine learning models and techniques I have developed, with particular attention to: -  a novel learning framework, called "learning...

4Dec 15

Francesco Pasquale, Roma "Tor Vergata"
The "consensus problem" in distributed computing can be described as follows: A collection of agents, each holding an "opinion", interact with the goal of agreeing on one of the opinions initially...

18Dec 15

David Israel (Stanford Research Institute)
In 2009, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) initiated what was intended to be a 5-year project (though in the end, it lasted only 3) aimed at exploring the principles behind the...

11Dec 15

David Israel (Stanford Research Institute)
What kind of a discipline is AI?. Is it an empirical science, like, say, Physics or Cognitive Psychology? Is it a mathematical science, like, say, Topology or Set Theory? If neither, what could it be...

25Nov 15

Computing systems and networks are more and more becoming dynamic. The static and relatively stable models of computation can no longer represent a plethora of rapidly emerging new technologies. In...

27Nov 15

Prof. Evimaria Terzi
In many data-mining applications, the input consists of a collection of entities (e.g., reviews about a product, experts that declare certain skills,network nodes or edges) and the goal is to...

10Nov 15

With the closure of the President of the National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT), Prof. Giorgio Alleva, which will illustrate the interest of the official statistics in the exploitation of the Big data and the commitment of the ISTAT on the subject.
Workshop "Challenges of Big Data for Economic Modeling and Management: Tools from Efficiency Analysis, Sensitivity Analysis, Sensitivity Auditing and Physics of Complex Systems", DIAG...

13Nov 15

Carlos Castillo
Social media is an invaluable source of time-critical information during a crisis. However, emergency response and humanitarian relief organizations that would like to use this information struggle...

6Nov 15

Bart de Keijzer
In this talk I will give an introduction to sequential posted price mechanims (SPPMs), and cover some of my own work in this area as well. SPPMs are a type of auction in which there is a single good...

30Oct 15

Jakub Lacki (Sapienza University of Rome)
We study the Steiner tree problem over a dynamic set of terminals. We consider the model where we are given an n-vertex graph G = (V, E, w) with positive real edge weights, and our goal is to...

13Oct 15

Rosa Maria Dangelico
Rosa Maria Dangelico vincitrice della procedura di valutazione del concorso a professore associato (a riserva di partecipazione) SSD ING-IND/35 terra' un seminario sulle attivita'  di ricerca...

29Oct 15

Shoya Higa (Space Robotics Laboratory, Tohoku University)
Abstract:The target environment for lunar/planetary exploration, such as the surface of the Moon and Mars, is covered with fine granular material, called regolith. The wheels of an exploration rover...

26Oct 15

Prof. Philippe Fraisse, UM-LIRMM, France
We propose in this talk to introduce a new paradigm for kinematic control of highly redundant robots that provides sparse control vector in the joint space (joint velocity). Indeed, when a robot is...

10Sep 15

Prof. Anthony Cohn, University of Leeds
In this talk I will present work undertaken at Leeds on building models of activity from video and other sensors, using both supervised and unsupervised techniques. The representations exploit...

20Jul 15

Fabio Nonino
The recent history of innovation has shown a progressive change in collaboration models enabled and facilitated by the Internet, from models such as distributed resources, shared mails and discussion...

15Jul 15

Aristidis Anagnostopoulos
In the last years we have observed the emergence of a variety of systems where users communicate and collaborate online, explicitely or implicitely, producing knowledge and new services. Success...

15Jul 15

Massimo Mecella
For a long time, structured business processes (e.g., the ones of public administrations, of financial institutions, etc.) have been the main subject of workflow related research. However, in recent...

16Jul 15

Elena Bertozzi
As computing and communications devices become increasingly pervasive in our modern life and culture, the applications that they support touch us in myriad ways. Games have become a central component...

13Jul 15

Febo Cincotti
 Brain–computer interfaces (BCIs) provide an avenue to translate activity of the central nervous system into actions, independent of the natural output pathways, thus helping to improve, restore...

3Jul 15

Prof. Michael Beetz, Institute for Artificial Intelligence, University of Bremen, Germany
Making future autonomous robots capable of accomplishing human-scale  manipulation tasks requires us to equip them with knowledge and  reasoning mechanisms.  We propose openEASE, a...

2Jul 15

Dr. Rocco De Rosa
In this talk, we introduce a novel incremental and active learning classification approach that can be used with any local or global set of feature descriptors extracted from a segmented video stream...

1Jul 15

Smart Cities - Quale ruolo per la ricerca ?1 Luglio 2015 - Aula magna del DIAG, via Ariosto 25, RomaOrario : 10.00 - 13.30 Registrazione : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/...

25Jun 15

Nell'ambito del Master di II livello in Management del Trasporto Pubblico locale giovedì 25 giugno 2015 alle ore 10.30 presso l'Aula Magna del Dipartimento di Ingegneria informatica, automatica e...

22Jun 15

Prof Nicolo' Cesa-Bianchi, University of Milan La Statale
In this talk, we describe a general algorithmic approach to nonparametric learning in data streams.  Our method covers the input space using simple classifiers that are locally trained. A good...

17Jun 15

Maxim Sviridenko (Yahoo! Research NY), Jannik Matuschke (TU Berlin & Univ. of Tor Vergata), Bart de Keijzer (Sapienza Univ. of Rome), Tom McCormick (Univ. of Bristish Columbia)
Algorithms Lunch-Time Talks@DIAG  Wednesday, June 17th, Aula Magna, DIAG - Sapienza, Via Ariosto 25 12:00 - 12:30  Solving Optimization Problems with Diseconomies of Scale via...

23Jun 15

Dr. Claudio Semini and Dr. Michele Focchi, Dynamic Legged Systems lab, IIT
Legged Robots are expected to assist and replace human operators for dangerous, dull and dirty tasks in challenging environments. As demonstrated by legged animals and humans, legs are ideal for...

16Jun 15

Prof. Kazuya Yoshida, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
In this talk, past and recent activities on space robotics research and microsat development, conducted by Prof. Kazuya Yoshida in Tohoku University, Japan and his colleagues, are introduced. His...

12Jun 15

Paul W. Wilson
Nonparametric methods and some new results on hypothesis testing withnonparametric efficiency estimators are used to analyze the effect oflocally-available high performance computing (HPC) resources...

18Jun 15

C. Mohan, IBM Almaden Research Center
The last many years have seen the emergence of a new class ofdatabase systems which I am calling Modern Database Systems (MDS). They areclassified broadly as NoSQL and NewSQL systems. Apart from the...

12Jun 15

Paul W. Wilson, Clemson University, USA
MORE@DIAG SEMINARAssessing S&TAssessing Knowledge Production in US Universities

3Jun 15

Arun Kumar Singh, Mario Gianni, Federico Ferri
Articulated tracked robots are currently used in search and rescue, military, agriculturaland planetary exploration applications, where terrain conditions are difficult and unpredictable. They are...

4Jun to Jul 15

GREAT IDEAS IN ICThttp://www.dis.uniroma1.it/~querzoni/great-ideas-in-ICT-2015 Once every few years the information and communication technology community is shacked by some results that...

28May 15

Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: The future belongs to themWorkshop in honor of Luigia Carlucci Aiello on the occasion of her retirementWhen and where: 28 Maggio 2015, Aula Magna Dipartimento di...

11May 15

Prof. P. C. Yuen, Head of Department of Computer Science, Hong Kong Baptist University
Aims : The 2015 Summer PhD Research Experience Programme is intended to provide opportunities to outstanding PhD and MSc students who are interested to pursue research and/or postgraduate study in...

12May 15

Dr. Constantine Raftopoulos, NTUA Athens, Greece
Curvature,  as a descriptor of shape (e.g. describing the boundary of planar shapes) possesses a rare combination of good properties: It is intrinsic, intuitive, well defined, extensively...

21Apr 15

Dr. Subramanian Ramamoorthy
Robots that are capable of successfully operating in open environments, often interacting with other robots and humans, must find ways to cope with uncertainty and incompleteness of information...

21Apr 15

Edwin Olson, University of Michigan
Who doesn't love a beautiful, accurate, and detailed 3D model built by a robot? And who doesn't love the challenge of planning and following trajectories through high dimensional state spaces, a...

16Apr 15

Il corso nasce nell'ambito dell'iniziativa "Accademia dell'Autonomia", il piano di formazione che ANCI e UPI, in convenzione con il Ministero dell'Interno, hanno elaborato ed organizzato per i...

4May 15

Jie Huang, Choh-Ming Li Professor of Mechanical and Automation Engineering and Chairman
The cooperative control of multi-agent systems includes but is not limited to such problems as consensus/synchronization, formation, rendezvous, and flocking. These problems arise from such...

17Apr 15

Andrea Saltelli
MORE@DIAG: Seminar on  "Evidence based policy at a crossroad",by  Andrea Saltelli, JRC European CommissionFriday, 17 April 2015, DIAG Aula A4.Hour: 10:00-11:00  Andrea...

9Apr 15

Dr. Tatiana Tommasi, ESAT KU-Leuven
The talk will give an overview of the current state of the art in learning to learn applied to visual recognition, highlights some success stories and underline what are the future challenges ahead.

8Apr 15

Leonid Libkin, University of Edinburgh
Incomplete data is ubiquitous: the more data we accumulate and the more widespread tools for integrating and exchanging data become, the more instances of incompleteness we have. And yet the subject...

1Apr 15

 IV - incontro con NTT AGICMERCOLEDI' 1 APRILE 2015ORE 11.45aula magnaDipartimento di Ingegneria informatica, automatica e gestionale Antonio Ruberti

16Apr 15

Corso di Laurea in Informatica & Corso di Laurea in Ingegneria Informatica“La tecnologia è troppo importante per essere lasciata agli uomini”, con questo slogan Neele Kroes, vicepresidente...

25Mar 15

Eugenia Ternovska (Simon Fraser University)
With the development of declarative programming, more and more programsthat solve practical problems are available online. Ideally, we should be ableto reuse them by first finding suitable components...

25Mar 15

Il Google Workshop sullo Sviluppo di Applicazioni Cloud e Web si è tenuto perla prima volta a Roma dal Dicembre 2014 al Marzo 2015 in collaborazione conGoogle Tel-Aviv:L'obiettivo del workshop...

31Mar 15

Leonid Libkin, University of Edinburgh
The standard theoretical approach to evaluating queries on incomplete databases is to compute certain answers. Their main drawback is very high complexity of query evaluation. In practice, SQL relies...

19Mar 15

Workshop on probabilistic methods for the analysis of stochastic processes and randomized algorithmsWhere: Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica, Automatica e Gestionale “A. Ruberti”, via  ...

25Feb 15

On February 25, 2015, starting at 2:00 PM, a workshop at DIAG will present some research issues on safe and autonomous physical human-aware robot interaction, from the EU project SAPHARI and beyond....

20Feb 15

WorkshopEfficiency, Effectiveness and Impact of Research and InnovationDIAG Aula MagnaVia Ariosto, 25 RomaFriday, 20 February 2015Program9:00 Arrival9:15 OpeningAlberto Marchetti Spaccamela, Head...

19Dec 14

Luigi Nardi (Imperial College, London)
Real-time dense computer vision and SLAM offer great potential for a new level of scene modelling, tracking and real environmental interaction for many types of robot, but their high computational...

18Dec 14

Giovedì 18 Dicembre 2014, alle ore 10:00 presso l’Aula Magna del Rettorato, si terrà una cerimonia per celebrare i 30 anni del dottorato di ricerca alla Sapienza. Durante la cerimonia, per ciascun...

4Dec 14

David Thue (Reykjavik University)
In an interactive story, the audience's actions have some influenceover the events that happen next, but they rarely know the precisenature of that influence. This lack of knowledge is important for...

9Dec 14

Dear all,On Dec 9, 2014 from 14:20 to 19:00 in Aula Magna we will held a workshop on Logic in CS and AI with 3 important invited talk by Franz Baader (Dresden University), Hector Levesque ...

20Nov 14

Giovedì 20 novembre alle ore 17,30, nell'Aula Magna del Dipartimento, in occasione del centenario dello scoppio del primo conflitto mondiale, verrà presentato il libro di Roberto Raja La Grande...

9Dec 14

Andrew Murray
Identifying the center of mass (CoM) of an articulated system, a human or humanoid for example, is important due to its roll in stability and as a gauge of motion for the entire system. As such,...

18Nov 14

What are new directions in action languages and frameworks for reasoning about actions? How does current research in knowledge representation and reasoning relate to robotic systems and device...

26Nov 14

Mercoledì 26 novembre, in occasione dell'edizione 2014 di euRobotics Week - settimana europea della robotica, il DIAG aprirà, per il quarto anno consecutivo, i propri laboratori di robotica. Nel...

3Oct 14

Bud Mishra
We introduce the notion of a Cancer Hybrid Automaton, a formalism to model the progression of cancers through discrete phenotypes (e.g., so-called hallmarks). The classification of various cancers...

24Jul 14

Marcos Paul Gerardo Castro
The ability to build high-fidelity 3D representations of the environment from sensor data is critical for autonomous robots. Multi-sensor data fusion allows for more complete and accurate...

5Jun 14

The Oligo Workshop 2014 will be devoted to optimal firm behavior and game-theoretic modeling of competition. It will be held at the Department of Computer, Control and Management Engineering,...

30May 14

Daniele Nicita
Todays, organizations face an evolving threat scenario that they are ill-prepared to deal with: threats that bypass traditional security protection techniques and reside undetected within their...

12May 14

Manuela M. Veloso
We envision ubiquitous autonomous mobile robots that coexist andinteract with humans while performing tasks. Such robots are still far from common, as our environments offer great challenges to...

15May 14

Dr Vito Trianni
In this talk, I will present the main ideas behind the development of a methodology for engineering distributed systems capable of some cognitive processing ability, such as collective decision...

8May 14

Dr Khaled Kilzie
We are seeing unprecedented technological acceleration that can change the course of history in much less time than you can imagine and what it did in the past!Artificial intelligence and Robotics...

4Apr 14

OpenDiag: Porte aperte al Dipartimento di Ingegneria informatica, automatica e gestionale Antonio Ruberti (DIAG)Venerdì 4 e sabato 5 aprile il Diag aprirà per la seconda volta le sue porte agli...

21Mar 14

Professor Sergio Currarini, Leicester University
In many economic decisional problems, agents confront the choice of how much uncertainty to face, solving a trade-off between (average) profitability and risk, like in a portfolio problem. For...

19Mar 14

La squadra di Robot Calciatori del DIAG SPQR (http://www.dis.uniroma1.it/~spqr/cms/) parteciperà alla manifestazione RomeCup (website), che si svolgerà a Roma nei giorni 19 (Tempio di Adriano) 21...

10Apr 14

Prof. Georgios N. Yannakakis (University of Malta)
Is artificial Intelligence (AI) currently of any help for the design and development of games? Can game agents and non-player characters get any smarter or are there better (and smarter) uses of AI...

17Mar 14

Eszter Lukacs
Lunedì 17 marzo 2014, dalle ore 10 alle ore 13, Eszter Lukacs, responsabile dei training IEEE, presenterà nell’Aula Magna del Dipartimento uno workshop di formazione sulla IEEE Digital Library....

11Mar 14

Prof. Daniel Lee
It's ironic that machines today are able to excel at seemingly complexgames such as chess and Jeopardy, yet struggle with basic perceptualand motor tasks that we take for granted.  What are...

27Mar 14

Prof. Alain Berthoz, Collège de France
In this talk I will give examples of simplifying principles which have been elaborated during evolution for movement and perception in living organisms. The examples analyzed during the talk include...

28Feb 14

Edoardo Marcucci
This paper jointly investigates non-linear attribute effects and discrete mixture heterogeneity. The research context relates to urban freight transport policy evaluation. The paper adopts an agent-...

12Feb 14

Workshop  KNOWLEDGE, DIVERSITY AND PERFORMANCE IN EUROPEAN HIGHER EDUCATION. EVALUATION AND RANKINGS IN A CHANGING LANDSCAPE  Wednesday 12 February 2014 14:30-19:30Venue: Sapienza...

12Feb 14

Adrian Lewis (Cornell)
The notion of "identifiability" underpins the active-set philosophy in optimization, and often manifests itself in variational formulations seeking low-dimensional structure from high-dimensional...

22Jan 14

Prof. Yair Amir (Johns Hopkins University)
The Internet presents compelling reach, cost and capacity properties that drive more and more forms of communication to use it as their network of choice. These properties stem from a few core design...

21Jan 14

The System Dynamics Italian Chapter (SYDIC [1]), in collaboration with theDepartment of Computer, Control and Management Engineering “AntonioRuberti” (DIAG [2]) of the “Sapienza” University of Rome,...

19Dec 13

Prof. Francesco Orabona, TTI Chicago, USA
As the big data paradigm is gaining momentum, learning algorithms trained through fast stochastic gradient descent methods are becoming the de-facto standard in the industry world. Still, even these...

5Dec 13

Prof. Seth Hutchinson, University of Illinois at Urbana
Seth Hutchinson:A Hyperbelief Space Approach to Computing Optimal Policies for POMDPsThursday, December 5, 2013, at 15:00, Aula MagnaAbstractTypically, the location of a robot is described by a...

10Dec 13

Prof. Michele Emmer
La matematica e il cinema, un binomio che è diventato sempre più interessante nell’arco degli ultimi 20 anni. Senza dimenticare il teatro e la letteratura. Di alcuni film si parlerà, partendo...

27Nov 13

Krzysztof Onak (IBM TJ Watson Research)
We give algorithms for geometric graph problems in modern parallel models such as MapReduce. Our algorithms produce approximate solutions for problems such as Minimum Spanning Tree (MST) and Earth-...

3Dec 13

Dr. Danilo Bilotta (Dipartimento della Protezione Civile)

20Nov 13

Alksander Mądry (EPFL) , Jakub Łącki (Univ. of Warsaw), Dariusz Leniowski (Univ. of Warsaw)
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++Speaker: Alksander Mądry (EPFL)Title: Navigating Central Path with Electrical Flows: from Flows to Matchings, and BackAbstract:We describe a new way of employing...

25Nov 13

Timothy Bretl
Speaker: Timothy Bretl, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Time and location: Monday, Nov 25, 2013, at 15:00, Aula Magna Abstract:Optimality is a principal that is useful not only...

6Nov 13

Piotr Sankowski
Title: Algebraic Algorithms for b-Matching, Shortest Undirected Paths, and f-Factors. Abstract:Let G=(V,E) be a graph with degree bounds on vertices. We present the first efficient...

11Nov 13

Antonis Argyros

23Sep 13

Leopoldo Bertossi (Carleton University , Ottawa, Canada)

2Jul 13

Dott.ssa Giacinta Santo (SELTA B.U. Defence & CyberSec)

3Jul 13

Prof. Anming Zhang, Univeristy of British Columbia

4Jul 13

Luiza Badin and Giovanni Cesaroni

19Jun 13

Alessandro Solimando (Univeristà di Genova)

25Jun 13

Chih-Jen Lin, National Taiwan University

12Jun 13

José M. F. Moura, Carnegie Mellon University

18Jun 13

Prof. Fazel Famili, National Research Council (NRC) of Canada and University of Ottawa

10May 13

Maurizio Falcone, Dipartimento di Matematica, Universita' di Roma La Sapienza

5Jun 13

Alexander Kleiner

27Mar 13

Vittorio Latorre, Ph.D. student

21Feb 13

Aida Huerta

7Jan 13

Paolo Favaro from the University of Berna

21Dec 12

Stefano Pacifico, Senior Software Engineer at Bloomberg L.P.

20Dec 12

Emiliano Traversi, Fakultaet fur Mathematik, TU Dortmund,

13Dec 12

Erkki SOMERSALO, Case Western Reserve, Department of Mathematics, Cleveland OH

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Prof. Paolo Mataloni (Dipartimento di Fisica - Università di Roma "La Sapienza") Dove: Aula Magna DIAG, via Ariosto 25, I piano Quando: 7 dicembre 2012 ore 11.00 Titolo: Un cammino nel mondo...
A mini-workshop on the interaction of humanoids, avatars, and robots with humans and the environment will take place on November 14, 2012 at 9:30 in the Aula Magna of DIAG. There will be a keynote...
Il 26 novembre 2012, in occasione della edizione 2012 della euRobotics Week - Settimana Europea della Robotica promossa dalla EUnited Robotics - The European Robotics Association, il DIAG...
When: Monday, November 5th, 12.00AM Where: DIAG, via Ariosto 25, Aula Magna, I floor Speaker: Benedetto Lepori, Director of the Centre for Organisational Research, Faculty of Economics, University...
When: Thursday, November 8th, 11.00AM Where: DIAG, via Ariosto 25, Aula Magna, I floor Speaker: Luca Becchetti, DIAG, "Sapienza" University of Rome Abstract In this talk, I will present part of...
Prof. Kevin Leyton-Brown (University of British Columbia)  Seminar Series on Competition and Cooperation in Multi-agent Systems   ---- PhD program in Engineering of Computer Science...
Gary Bradski, OpenCV Foundation and Founder and CTO at Industrial Perception. Vincent Rabaud, computer vision research engineer at Willow Garage. October 15, 2012 9:15 - 13:30 Aula Magna...
When: Wednesday, 26 September 2012 - 17:45 -18:30 Where: Aula Magna DIAG Speaker: Prof. Claudia Loebbecke Title:  An IT Trend Reshuffling the Economics and Strategies of the Book Industry...
Who: Peyman Moghadam, ICT Centre CSIRO When: September 27th, 2pm Where:  ALCOR lab @DIIAG, via Ariosto 25, Room A3, Basement Abstract: We present a novel approach for vision-based road...
Who: Dr. Qinfeng (Javen) Shi, DECRA Fellow School of Computer Science The University of  Adelaide North Terrace Adelaide, SA 5005, Australia When: il 3 Ottobre ore 14:00: Where: DIIAG, via...

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