Feb 2022: Brain-Computer Interfaces: what's next? PRISM Lab Seminar, online.
Jun 2021: Brain-Computer Interfaces for Human Augmentation, Virtual BCI Meeting, online.
Jun 2021: Career in BCIs as a PhD, Welcome Solutions, online. [Video]
May 2021: Brain-Computer Interfaces for Human Cognitive Augmentation, University of Washington Neural Engineering Seminar, online. [Slides]
Jan 2021: Neurotechnologies to improve critical decision-making, NYU Langone Tech4Health Seminar, online.
Dec 2020: Brain-Computer Interfaces for Optimal Group Decision-Making, US-Korea Conference (UKC) 2020, online.
Dec 2020: Neural Decoding of Confidence and Trust in Human-Machine Teams during Pandemic Decision-Making, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Machine-Learning Symposium, online.
Nov 2020: DystoniaNet: Neural Biomarker-Based Platform for Dystonia Diagnosis using Deep Learning, NeuroBoston Fall Symposium ( selected talk, top 13%), online.
Oct 2020: DystoniaNet: Neural Biomarker-Based Platform for Dystonia Diagnosis using Deep Learning, 2nd Annual Computational Data Neuroscience Symposium ( selected talk), online. [Video]
Oct 2020: Neurotechnologies for Optimal Human-Machine Collaboration in Decision-Making, 2020 IEEE Brain Workshop on Advanced Neurotechnologies, online. [Video]
Sep 2020: DystoniaNet: Neural Biomarker-Based Platform for Dystonia Diagnosis using Deep Learning, International Congress of Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders ( selected talk, top 10%), online.
Jul 2020: Merging Humans and Machines with Collaborative Brain-Computer Interfaces, 1st Brain-Computer Interface Un-Conference ( selected talk, top 25%), online.
May 2020: The Art of Making Pasta, Harvard Brain Science Hobby Hour, online. [Slides]
Apr 2020: Neurotechnologies for Human Cognitive Augmentation, NYC Neuromodulation 2020, online.
Mar 2020: Merging Humans and Machines with Collaborative Brain-Computer Interfaces, Neuromatch 1.0, online.
Mar 2020: Merging Humans and Machines with Collaborative Brain-Computer Interfaces, OHBMx, online.
Jul 2019: Automatic Diagnosis of Laryngeal Dystonia with Structural MRI and Machine Learning, Science on Tap series, Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Boston MA (USA).
Jul 2019: Neurotechnologies for Enhancing Critical Decision Making, Harvard Summer Student Lunch on Neuroscience, Cambridge MA (USA).
Jun 2019: Neurotechnologies for Enhancing Complex Decision Making in Human-Machine Teams, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge MA (USA).
Jun 2019: Neurotechnologies for Enhancing Complex Decision Making in Human-Machine Teams, Eaton-Peabody Laboratory, Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Boston MA (USA).
Apr 2019: Neurotechnologies for Restoring and Enhancing Effective Communication, CRISP Laboratory, John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge MA (USA).
May 2018: Augmenting group decision making accuracy in a realistic environment using collaborative brain-computer interfaces based on error-related potentials, 7th International BCI Meeting ( selected talk, top 6%), Pacific Grove, CA (USA).
May 2018: Collaborative Brain-Computer Interfaces to Enhance Group Decision Making, 7th International BCI Meeting, Pacific Grove, CA (USA).
May 2018: Collaborative Brain-Computer Interfaces to Enhance Group Decision Making, Metacognition Meeting, University College London (UCL), London (UK).
Jan 2018: Past, Present and Future of Machine Learning and Neuroscience: Collaboration, Achievements and Limitations, MeetAI Series, London (UK). [Video]
Jul 2017: A Collaborative BCI Trained to Aid Group Decisions in a Visual Search Task Works Well with Similar Tasks, Neuroadaptive Technology Conference (NAT'17) ( selected talk, top 60%), Berlin (Germany). [Slides]
Jun 2016: Making Better Decisions via Collaborative Brain-Computer Interfaces, University of Twente, Enschede (Netherlands).
Mar 2016: Brain-Computer Interfaces, University of Parma, Parma (Italy).
Mar 2016: EyeWink e dintorni, IIS B. Pascal, Reggio Emilia (Italy).
Sep 2015: A Comparison of Ensemble Methods for Motor Imagery Brain-Computer Interfaces, European Conference on Data Analysis 2015 (ECDA 2015), Colchester (UK). [Slides]
Sep 2015: Towards a Wearable Device for Controlling a Smartphone with Eye Winks, 7th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference (CEEC15) ( selected talk), Colchester (UK). [Slides]
Apr 2015: A Collaborative Brain-Computer Interface to Improve Human Performance in a Visual Search Task, 7th International IEEE EMBS Neural Engineering Conference, Montpellier (France). [Slides]
25 April 2022: Real Life Cyborg - Robot Hand & Optimized Brainwaves (episode of Suppressed Science, Curiosity Stream)
23 October 2020: Fast and Accurate Diagnosis of Dystonia with Deep Learning (Harvard Brain Science Initiative)
28 September 2020: Focal Dystonia Accurately Identified by AI-Based Deep Learning Platform (Neurology Live) - Interview: Part 1, Part 2, Video
28 September 2020: New Artificial Intelligence Platform Uses Deep Learning to Diagnose Dystonia with High Accuracy in Less Than One Second (Massachusetts Eye and Ear News)
22 April 2020: Covid-19 is showing us how to respect our beautiful planet (Nature Behavioural and Social Sciences)
12 March 2020: Why computers won't be reading your mind any time soon (Wired)
10 October 2019: Tailoring our CAPES for a successful career in science (Nature Behavioural and Social Sciences) - with Dr. Elena Torlai Triglia and Dr. Eleonora Adami
11 March 2019: Humans and machines can improve accuracy when they work together (The Conversation)
8 March 2019: 'Cyborg working' can improve decision making (University of Essex News)
27 November 2018: Automatic Diagnosis of Speech Disorders with Machine Learning Algorithms (interview at Amazon Web Services re:invent)
5 February 2018: 'Mind-reading' computers could enhance human brain and help police, surgeons and City traders (Sky News) - Video
1 January 2018: Neurotechnology, Elon Musk and the goal of human enhancement (The Guardian)
6 October 2017: Sometimes one head is better than two when it comes to decisions - here's the science (The Conversation)
27 September 2017: BBC Essex interview on our recent findings published in Scientific Reports
26 September 2017: Why two minds might not be better than one after all (University of Essex News)
24 August 2017: Seven businesses awarded grants through the Knowledge Gateway Innovation Fund (University of Essex News)
31 March 2017: Elon Musk wants to merge man and machine - here's what he'll need to work out (The Conversation) - republished by the Daily Mail and the Independent
May 2022 - now: Board Member, BCI Society.
Sep 2020 - Mar 2022: Chair, Postdoc and Student Committee of the BCI Society.
Nov 2019 - Mar 2022: Developer and Editor of Matplotblog, the official blog of the popular Python package for data visualization Matplotlib.
Sep 2019 - Feb 2021: Board and Advocacy Committee Member, Harvard Medical Postdoctoral Association, Harvard University (USA).
May 2020 - Jul 2020: Chair, Observers Track at Neuromatch Academy (online summer school on computational neuroscience).
Jun 2016 - Aug 2017: Country Ambassador, University of Essex (UK).
Jan 2015 - Sep 2015: Programme Committee Chair, 7th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference (CEEC15).
Nov 2014 - Oct 2015: Postgraduate Research Students Representative, Faculty of Science and Health, University of Essex (UK).
Jan 2014 - Sep 2014: Member of the Organising Committee, 6th Computer science and Electronic Engineering Conference (CEEC14).
Nov 2013 - Aug 2017: Member of the Student Conduct Panel, University of Essex (UK).
Nov 2013 - Oct 2015: Postgraduate Research Students and GLA/GTAs Representative, School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, University of Essex (UK).
Nov 2012 - Mar 2013: Student Representative in the University Senate, Students' Council and Department of Information Engineering Council, Università degli Studi di Parma (Italy).
May 2009 - Mar 2013: Student Representative in the Computer Science Engineering Council and Evaluation Committee, Università degli Studi di Parma (Italy).
During my bachelor and master degrees at the University of Parma, I was used of taking tons of notes during classes and share them with my friends. It turns out that many students still find them useful, even many years after I have graduated.This page includes lecture notes, coursework reports, solutions to lab assignments, etc. Most of the documents are written in Italian and are freely available under a Creative Commons license.