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Elisa Ricci

Permanent researcher
  • Phone: 0461314526
  • FBK Trento
Short bio

Elisa Ricci received her M.S. and Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Perugia respectively in 2004 and 2008. Her M.S. thesis with title "On the Use of Neural Networks to Solve the Reverse Modeling Problem for Scanning Capacitance Microscopy" was developed during a period of six month internship at the Integrated Systems Laboratory (IIS) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. During her PhD she spent one year as a visiting student at University of Bristol working in the Pattern Analysis and Intelligent Systems group. Her PhD dissertation was about a novel theoretical and algorithmic framework for learning with structured data. After her PhD she joined the Idiap Research Institute, Martigny, Switzerland, where she stayed one year as a postdoctoral researcher. From March 2009 till December 2010 she was with the TeV team. Then she moved to University of Perugia to join again TeV in October 2013, till end of 2016. In 2017 she was with University of Perugia and since 2018 she performs research in the joint laboratory between the University of Trento and the Bruno Kessler Foundation, concerning the area of computer vision for robotics. Her reseach interests are mainly in the areas of machine learning and computer vision. She is currently working on object tracking and activity recognition.

Publications
  1. Gloria Zen;Elisa Ricci;Nicu Sebe,
    European Conference on Computer Vision,
    vol.7577,
    2012
    , pp. 199-
    213
    , (European Conference on Computer Vision,
    Florence,
    October 7-13)
  2. M. Tiribuzi; M. Pastorelli; P. Valigi; E. Ricci,
    International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR),
    2012
    , pp. 3402-
    3405
    , (International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR),
    Tsukuba,
    11-15 November)
  3. Thomas A. Ciarfuglia;Gabriele Costante;Paolo Valigi;Elisa Ricci,
    IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems,
    2012
    , pp. 3837-
    3843
    , (IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems,
    Vilamoura,
    7-12 October)
  4. L. Bissi;G. Baruffa;P. Placidi;E. Ricci;A. Scorzoni;P. Valigi,
    IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference Proceedings,
    2012
    , pp. 240-
    244
    , (IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference Proceedings,
    Graz,
    13-16 May)
  5. G. Zen; E. Ricci; S. Messelodi; N. Sebe,
    Sorting Atomic Activities for Discovering Spatio-temporal Patterns in Dynamic Scenes,
    2011
    , (16th International Conference on Image Analysis and Processing - ICIAP 2011,
    Ravenna, Italy,
    da 14/09/2011 a 16/09/2011)
  6. G. Zen; E. Ricci,
    Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition,
    2011
    , pp. 3225-
    3232
    , (IEEE Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2011,
    Colorado Springs, USA,
    da 21/06/2011 a 23/06/2011)
  7. G. Zen; O. Lanz; S. Messelodi; E. Ricci,
    Tracking Multiple People with Illumination Maps,
    Proceedings of International Conference on Pattern Recognition,
    IEEE,
    2010
    , pp. 3484-
    3487
    , (International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR),
    Istanbul, Turkey,
    08/23/2010 - 08/26/2010)
  8. G. Zen; B. Lepri; E. Ricci; O. Lanz,
    Space Speaks - Towards Socially and Personality Aware Visual Surveillance,
    Proceedings of ACM Multimedia,
    ACM,
    2010
    , pp. 37-
    42
    , (Multimodal Pervasive Video Analysis Workshop (MPVA), in conjuction with ACM Multimedia,
    Florence, Italy,
    29/10/2010)
  9. E. Ricci; F. Tobia; G. Zen,
    Learning Pedestrian Trajectories with Kernels,
    IEEE,
    2010
    , pp. 149-
    152
    , (International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR),
    Istanbul, Turkey,
    08/23/2010 - 08/26/2010)
  10. S. Duffner; J.M. Odobez; E. Ricci,
    2009
    , (British Machine Vision Conference - BMVC 2009,
    London, UK,
    from 09/07/2009 to 09/09/2009)

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