Mattia Zeni is currently a PhD student at the ICT Doctoral School of the University of Trento. He received the MSc in Telecommunication Engineering from University of Trento, Italy, in 2013 and a BSc in Telecommunication Engineering from the same university in 2010.
He has been a Junior Research Engineering at CREATE-NET International Research Center from May to October 2013. He worked for IBM as a Research Scientist in Nairobi, from June to August 2015. His role was to work on Watson's core components and adapt them to the automatic analysis of thousands of newspaper pages.
He likes to travel around the world, meet new people and experience new cultures.
His research interests are about System Engineering, Computational Intelligence, Semantics applied to data analysis, Activity Recognition, Data mining and Big Data.
His PhD thesis is about the design and implementation of a framework for activity recognition that uses semantic models to enhance the final accuracy. The idea is to model human and environment behaviors and use this information in the recognition phase in a complementary fashion with machine learning techniques exploiting big data collected from wearable devices.
Working for IBM has been a great opportunity for my career. I worked with the best scientists in the world on concrete problems for the African people.
The two main project I focused on during my staying at IBM where about: (1) Newspaper analisys using NLP core components from Watson IBM System. (2) Low-cost and low-power WSN used to sense the moisture of the soil in farms and enable real time analysis on the collected data.
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Smart Society internal WP3 leader for the University of Trento. Responsible of the implementation and management phases for Work Package 3.
YOUStatAnalyzer is a tool written in Python able to capture the popularity metrics of YouTube's videos.
Design of a Dropbox-like application for multimedia content able to exploit opportunistically transmission opportunities.
The goal of the project was to use eZ430-RF2500 TI low-power wireless devices to implement a multiuser chat.
Realization of a high availability replicated locking service responsible for allowing or denying clients access to the servers.
Design and fabrication of an accelerometer-based game controller and implementation of its firmware.
Design and implementation of a morse decoder using FPGA and VHDL programming language.
Recognizing Hospital Care Activities with a Coat Pocket Worn Smartphone.
Multi-device Activity Logging.
YOUStatAnalyzer: a Tool for Studying User Generated Content Popularity.
TinyBox: Social, Local, mobile Content Sharing.
PhD Candidate - ICT Doctoral School
Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science
University of Trento, Italy
via Sommarive, 5 - 38123 Trento (Italy)
Advisor: Professor Fausto Giunchiglia