Curriculum vitae


Piercarlo Dondi is a Research Fellow (RTDA) working on image processing, 3D modelling and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), with a special focus on Cultural Heritage Applications. He received the MSc degree in Computer Engineering in April 2008 at University of Pavia; in January 2012 he completed the PhD in Electronics, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, it the same university, with a thesis entitled "Multichannel Integration for Real-Time Multimedia Applications". From 2012 to 2014 He worked on different projects financed by Italian and Interantional companies, including Google Foundation.
Since July 2014 he carries out scientific research at Computer Vision and Multimedia Laboratory in collaboration with the Arvedi Laboratory of Non-Invasive diagnostics regarding the analysis of historical musical instruments. He designed various algorithms for the analysis of images (i.e., segmentation, classification, alteration detection), and developed HCI interfaces for various purposes such as scientific and cultural dissemination, improving accessibility of museums and exhibits, interacting with virtual objects, writings or web browsing navigation.
He published more than 40 articles in international journals, books and conference proceedings, and has participated in various national and international projects.