[Anytime] We are looking for motivated and talented candidates for competitive PhD scholarships in artificial intelligence at Data61, CSIRO, Brisbane, Australia.
[April 2020] On Searching Explanatory Argumentation Graphs has been accepted by Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics.
[Nov 2019] Enhancing Statement Evaluation in Argumentation via Multi-labelling Systems has been accepted by Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research.
[August 2019] A Deontic Argumentation Framework Towards Doctrine Reification has been accepted by IfCoLoG Journal of Logics and their Applications.
[March 2019] A Probabilistic Argumentation Framework for Reinforcement Learning Agents has been accepted by Journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems.
[Feb 2019] Just joined Distributed Sensing Systems Group at CSIRO.
About: I am research scientist at Data61, at The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), in sunny Brisbane. My research regards computational tools in artificial intelligence and legal informatics, and more generally tools stemming from the intersection of computer sciences and normative systems, with applications ranging from legal expert systems and smart contracts to `(cyber-physical) norm-governed socio-technical systems’.
My past positions were at Imperial College London as a research associate and Marie Curie fellow, Amadeus/SII as software engineer in the team of travel electronic policies, and University of Aberdeen as research associate. I was also programmer at the research institute CIRSFID, at so beautiful University of Bologna.
My work is often based on various things I learned for the following degrees: PhD in Computer Science & Law, obtained from CIRSFID, University of Bologna, Master of Engineering in Telecomnunication, obtained from Télécom Bretagne, Institut Mines-Télécom, Maîtrise de Physique (four years in physics) obtained at Bristol University as Erasmus student from University of Caen. I thank all my teachers who did not give up or tried to educate me.