Francesco Leotta Assistant Professor

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Email leotta at diag dot uniroma1 dot it 
Address  Sapienza Università di Roma
Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica Automatica e Gestionale (DIAG)
Via Ariosto, 25. 00185 Roma.
Room B218, II floor. 
Phone (0039) 06 77274 012 
Office Hours Contact the professor via email.

Research Interests

Dr. Francesco Leotta (PhD in Engineering in Computer Science, currently assistant professor at DIAG) has main research interests in smart environements, cyber-physical systems and information systems. He focuses in particular on the application of machine learning and data mining techniques in such scenarios. During his research activity, he collaborated to different EU research projects. See also my personal pages on Google Scholar and DBLP.

Software & Demos

Available Software
PLaTHEA SourceForge The official website of the PLaTHEA localization system open source project. The project also contains an up-to-date version of the PErIcLeS performance evaluation platform.

PErIcLeS over PLaTHEA Demo (2011) This demo provides an old distribution of PLaTHEA localization system (without source code) with the first version of PErIcLeS performance evaluator.  A sample evaluation can be performed offline.
PLaTHEA Demo (2014) This demo provides a distribution of PLaTHEA localization system (without source code) with an integrated PErIcLeS performance evaluator.  A sample evaluation can be performed offline.
VPM Tutorial (2019) The web page of the tutorial, held with prof. Massimo Mecella, on Visual Process Maps


Currently Involving Projects
The project NOTAE represents the first attempt to investigate the presence of graphic symbols in documentary records as a historical phenomenon from Late Antiquity to early medieval Europe. Graphic symbols are meant here as graphic signs (including alphabetical ones) drawn as a visual unit in a written text and representing something other than a word of that text.

 Past Projects
VOICE is a virtual business incubator for startups. Its uniqueness is that it is globally accessible around the clock, open to anyone with an interesting idea, unlimited in space, open and practically boundless in providing services, information and practical guidance, in contrast to the traditional - physical - incubators.
TOBI is a large European integrated project which will develop practical technology for brain-computer interaction (BCI) that will improve the quality of life of disabled people and the effectiveness of rehabilitation.