Hey there! I’m a Ph.D. student at Sapienza University of Rome, and I’m part of the Gladia research group led by Professor Emanuele Rodolà.
My research interests primarily revolve around Artificial Intelligence, with a focus on representation learning and model compositionality. Specifically, I am intrigued by the mechanisms through which various neural models acquire similar representations, as well as the potential for model compositionality to enhance AI systems.
I believe that reproducibility is the backbone of science, which is why I make sure to write clean, well-organized, and documented code. Plus, staying up-to-date with the latest technological advancements is something that gets me excited, and I am always eager to explore the ever-changing landscape of AI.
As a long-time Linux user and open-source enthusiast, I take great satisfaction in contributing to the community whenever possible. I find it to be an immensely rewarding experience, and I believe that collaborative efforts can help foster an environment of knowledge-sharing and innovation.
manimcomponents, layouts and slide templates aimed to ease the development of animations, with particular focus on live presentations.