I'm a Computer Scientist with a strong passion for CyberSecurity. Since October 2020, I'm attending the PhD programme in Brain, Mind and Computer Science (BMCS) at the University of Padova. Here, I am part of the Security and Privacy (SPRITZ) research group, under the supervision of Prof. Mauro Conti. My research interests lie primarily in Security and Privacy in Online Social Networks and Video Games, with a particular focus on Machine Learning and Deep Learning applications for User Profiling, Private Data Inference, and Fake Data Detection. I am also interested in authentication and de-authentication systems.
|Master's Degree in Computer Science
University of Padova (Oct 2017 - Apr 2020)
Tracks: Artificial Intelligence & CyberSecurity
110/110 with Honors
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I am mainly interested in finding fake information in Social Networks, such as fake profiles or fake engagement, and preserve users' privacy.
I focus on gamers profiling, analyzing which information gaming data can reveal, with the aim of protecting players' privacy.
I am working on new methods to authenticate and de-authenticate people on computing systems. This will help users to better protect their data.