Federico Bolelli

About

Federico Bolelli is an Assistant Professor at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, where he works within the AImagelab research group.

From the same University, he received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees cum laude in Computer Engineering at the Department of Engineering "Enzo Ferrari" and the PhD degree in ICT from the International Doctorate School.

His research interests include image processing, algorithms and optimization, medical imaging, and historical document analysis. Among his research topics, he has worked on the optimization of binary image processing algorithms, modelling innovative approaches that significantly improve the performance on both CPU and GPU architectures. He has also worked on skin lesion segmentation and classification for melanoma skin cancer detection and handwritten text recognition of historical documents.

Since 2019, he is working at the DeepHealth H2020 European Project where, among others, he is responsible for the developing of the European Computer Vision Library (ECVL).

In March 2022 he joined the H2020 DECIDER European Project.

He is a member of IEEE and CVPL, the Italian Association for Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning.



Recent News

01/03/2022 - Taking service as Assistan Professor (RTDA) @ UNIMORE

Taking service as Assistan Professor (RTDA) at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

01/03/2022 - Paper accepted for publication @ CVPR2022

Our paper "Improving Segmentation of the Inferior Alveolar Nerve through Deep Label Propagation" has been accepted for publication @ "CVPR2022". See the paper and the website.

02/01/2022 - Covid CXR Hackathon

The Covid CXR Hackathon has been launched during the Artificial Intelligence & Cybersecurity for Human Health workshpop - Expo 2020, Dubai. You can find all the datails in the hackathon website.

03/11/2021 - "Deep-Learning and High Performance Computing to Boost Biomedical Applications" workshop @ ICIAP 2021

The workshop proposal "Deep-Learning and High Performance Computing to Boost Biomedical Applications" has been accepted @ ICIAP 2021. The workshop website is available here.

15/10/2021 - "Binary is the new Black (and White)" workshop @ ICIAP 2021

The workshop proposal "Binary is the new Black (and White): Recent Advances on Binary Image Processing" has been accepted @ ICIAP 2021. The workshop website is available here.

Older news can be found in the news section.

Contact

Federico Bolelli, PhD

University of Modena & Reggio Emilia
Engineering Department "Enzo Ferrari"


Via P. Vivarelli 10
41125 Modena (MO), Italy
Building 27, Ground Floor, "Lab. Zero"

Tel. +39 059 205 8787
federico.bolelli _AT_ unimore.it