DISI Seminars 2022

21 February 2022
31 July 2022
DISI Seminars are meant as the primary venue to discuss scientific and research issues that are of interest to the Department as a whole. Our students, researchers and academics will have the opportunity to network and to share knowledge and experience with renowned invited speakers, who lead their research at the highest standards through a multi- and interdisciplinary approach.
Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science

All seminars are in English language


21 February at 11:00, room A206

Supervised Learning with Quantum Kernels

  • Alessandra Di Pierro (Department of Computer Science, University of Verona)

22 March at 15:00, on Zoom

A Path to Practical Quantum Advantage with Quantum Machine Learning Models

  • Alejandro Perdomo Ortiz (Zapata Computing. Toronto, Canada)

28 April at 11:30, room A204

Reliable Real-Time Distributed AI for Mobile Autonomous Systems

  • Marco Levorato, Computer Science Department, University of California, Irvine

Free participation upon online registration

3 May at 9:30, room A105

Continual learning: the State of the Art

  • Riccardo Volpi, Naver labs, Grenoble

Free participation upon online registration

24 May at 4:30 pm, online

The AI Human Condition

  • James Brusseau (Philosophy Department, Pace University, New York City)

Free participation upon online registration

25 May 2022 at 8:30 am

Breaking the hype

  • Regina Bírò and Louis Merlin (Security Research Labs GmbH, Berlin)

Free participation

25 May 2022 at 4:00 pm

Are 5G networks secure?

  • Luca Melette and Matteo Strada (Security Research Labs GmbH, Berlin)

Free participation