Francesco Puja

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Contact and personal infos: Advisor:  Fiora Pirri
Research Area:
Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Architecture, Knowledge Representation, Planning
Interests:
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computer Vision

Activities
Participation to PhD school
DescriptionExternal siteYear
1st Summer School on Cognitive Robotics at MERS of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)Link2017
Participation to national and international research projects
DescriptionExternal siteYear
H2020 SecondHands (643950) SecondHands aims to develop a robot assistant that is trained to understand maintenance tasks so that it can either pro-actively, or as a result of prompting, offer assistance to automation maintenance technicians performing Link2016
H2020 SecondHands (643950) SecondHands aims to develop a robot assistant that is trained to understand maintenance tasks so that it can either pro-actively, or as a result of prompting, offer assistance to automation maintenance technicians performing Link2017
H2020 SecondHands (643950) SecondHands aims to develop a robot assistant that is trained to understand maintenance tasks so that it can either pro-actively, or as a result of prompting, offer assistance to automation maintenance technicians performingLink2018

Publications
Title Autor(s) Published in Year
1Visual search and recognition for robot task execution and monitoringFrancesco Puja, Simone Grazioso, Lorenzo Mauro, Valsamis Ntouskos, Marta Sanzari, Luigi Freda and Fiora Pirripost-proceedings book of APPIS2018 in the series "Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence and Applications"2018
2Vision-based deep execution monitoringFrancesco Puja, Simone Grazioso, Antonio Tammaro, Valsamis Ntouskos, Marta Sanzari, Fiora PirriarXiv preprint arXiv:1709.10507.
2017
3Human motion primitive discovery and recognitionMarta Sanzari, Valsamis Ntouskos, Simone Grazioso, Francesco Puja, Fiora PirriarXiv preprint arXiv:1709.104942017
4Sensory processing during viewing of cinematographic material: Computational modeling and functional neuroimaging Cecile Bordier, Francesco Puja, Emiliano MacalusoNeuroImage Volume 67, 15 February 2013, Pages 213–2262013