Piercarlo Dondi

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Curriculum vitae


Piercarlo Dondi 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 with a thesis entitled "Multichannel Integration for Real-Time Multimedia Applications". From 2012 to 2014 He worked with University of Pavia on different projects founded by Italian companies (INAZ and SKY Italia) and by Google Foundation.
Since July 2014 he carries out scientific research at the Arvedi Laboratory of Non-Invasive diagnostics and Computer Vision and Multimedia Lab, focusing on the acquisition and the elaboration of images and 3D models of historical musical instruments.

His current research activities involve:

  • digital humanities;
  • image processing applied to the study of artworks (in particular musical instruments);
  • 3D scan and modeling;
  • Human-Computer interaction for cultural heritage.

  • He also worked on:
  • writing analysis of ancient manuscripts;
  • real-time segmentation and tracking;
  • integration of multiple video stream (in particular depth and color) for multimedia applications, including human-computer interaction and augmented reality;
  • parallel algorithms on GPU (with Nvidia CUDA architecture) for video and image editing (e.g. compression, filtering);
  • analysis of remote sensing data on Google Earth Engine.