Data Analysis and Data Mining, Computer Security, Operations Research, Human Computer Interaction, Software Engineering, Methods and Tools for Industrial Automation, Artificial Intelligence, Data Visualisation, Methods and Tools for Decision Support, Multimodal Systems, Embedded Systems, Semantic Web Technologies, Advanced Artificial Intelligence
Mathematical Analysis, Information Technology, Digital Design, Geometry, General Physics, Circuits Theory, Electronic Computers, Databases, IT and Computing, Electrical Communications, Systems' Theory, Mathematical Physics, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Electronic Devices and Circuits, Discrete Event Systems, Software Tools for Controls, Automatic Control, Web Application Development, Computer Networks
Thesis: Visual and Data Analytics for the analysis of train flows in the railway network.
Relators: Prof. M. Maratea, Prof. L. Oneto
Final Grade: 110/110
Mathematics, Physics, Latin, History, Philosophy, Art History, Italian, EnglishFinal Grade: 90/100
Built and optimized scheduling systems based on state-of-the-art artificial intelligence’s technologies for the scheduling of physiotherapic sessions for the rehabilitation of patients in hospitals.
As soon as I turned 18 I started my own freelancer activity, SmileApp, building mobile applications and websites for stores and companies in my hometown, Genoa. In my portfolio I have many clients, among which stand out an important phone reseller, Stylecar, with over six thousand clients registered in the application that I built, and a medical and dentistry conference organiser, e20, with more than forty thousand clients all over Italy.
My amazing experience at Sablono and the awesome people that I met during the previous summer were the reason I decided to come back in the summer of 2016 to work again at Sablono. This time, besides building the Sablono platform, I also lead some side projects, that has been later implemented in the main workflow, implementating a live communication between the web platform and the mobile application using NodeJS and Socket.io and a system of push notifications through APNs and GCM.
Sablono is an IT Company based in Berlin which provides a web application for construction companies to easily track their progress across multiple construction sites. My work was to build clear and efficient user interfaces for the web application employing AngularJS as the main framework. This experience made me really understand the working environment and how big teams operate together to achieve a common goal through methods like Git for the versioning and publishing control and the Agile Method Scrum for managing the product development.