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We blend interdisciplinary people and competences from different domains to provide cross-domain solutions to the widest spectrum of knowledge discovery challenges, by leveraging advanced expertise in data science, from data management, to data modeling, analytics, and engineering.
We are a well-recognized center where experts in methodologies and domain experts from various disciplines work in a single space, facing both theoretical problems and helping companies toward applications.

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Welcome presentation of new PhD students

Welcome to new PhD students of 36° cycle. On 18th January 2021, each student exposed a brief presentation about himself: Perna Gianluca Jha Nikhil Ciociola Alessandro Manigrasso Francesco Colomba Luca Vacchetti Bartolomeo Bethaz Paolo Greco Salvatore Valentim Rodolfo

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Open Datasets & Libraries

On the Performance of DPI Solutions for Security Applications

By: Tommaso Rescio, Thomas Favale, Francesca Soro, Idilio Drago and Marco Mellia Having a clear insight on the protocols carrying traffic is crucial for network security. Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) has been a key technique to provide visibility into traffic. DPI has proven effective in various scenarios, and indeed several open source DPI solutions are […]

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Young Researcher Award at the XXIII Computational Methods in Water Resources

We are happy to announce that Francesco Della Santa has received the “Young Researcher Presenter” award at the XXIII Computational Methods in Water Resources (CMWR2020) for the presentation “Graph Informed Neural Networks for Flux Regression in Discrete Fracture Networks” (Stefano Berrone, Francesco Della Santa, Antonio Mastropietro, Sandra Pieraccini, Francesco Vaccarino). CMWR is a series of […]

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SmartTalks

Simplicial Spectral Theory

Presenter: Marco GuerraMonday, January 18th, 2020 17:30Location: Microsoft Teams – click here to join Marco Guerra: Simplicial Spectral Theory Simplicial complexes are often understood as a higher-dimensional generalization of graphs. The rich topological theory of which they form the foundation has recently tempted researchers to revisit many apparently disconnected concepts as instances of simplicial complexes. […]

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