Laura Brandolini

Curriculum vitae


Laura Brandolini tooks her master degree in computer engineering (cum laude) in july 1998 at the University of Pavia.
She worked in different private companies and in different sectors: in FMR (1998) as an analyst, in Accenture (from 1998 to 2000) developing and then coordinating developments interfacing Siebel system, in Espin (from 2000 to 2005) as PMP certified project manager for different customers, and then as Competence Center manager and Principal, in Aci Global (from 2005 to 2008) as application development and software operation manager.
She gained the PMP (Project Management Professiona) certification in january 2004, that she keeps active with professional activity and PMI-NIC involvement.
In february 2013 she received the PHD in Industrial and Information Engineering with the thesis A Discrete Approach to Reeb Graph Computation and Surface Mesh Segmentation: Theory and Algorithm.

Current Position and Research Activities

Laura Brandolini is currently working in the ICT area of the University of Pavia. Her group administers the near 200 central servers of the University of Pavia, going from back-up administration, services virtualization and HW mainteinance and renewal.
She is a collaborator and guest researcher of computer vision lab at the department of Industrial and Information Engineering of the University of Pavia.

Advisors: Prof: Marco Piastra, Prof. Virginio Cantoni

A Discrete Approach to Reeb Graph Computation and Surface Mesh Segmentation: Theory and Algorithm.


Laura Brandolini, Marco Piastra. (2012). "Computing the Reeb Graph for Triangle Meshes with Active Contours". ICPRAM 2012 - 1st International Conference on Pattern Recognition Applications and Methods, Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal, 6-8 February 2012.
Best Student Paper Award

Antonietta Pepe, Laura Brandolini, Marco Piastra, Juha Koikkalainen, Jarmo Hietala, jussi Tohka. (2012) "Simpliļ¬ed Reeb Graph as Effective Shape Descriptor for the Striatum". Mesh Processing in Medical Image Analysis 2012. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 7599, 2012, pp 134-146