Enrico Magli (PhD in Electronics and Communications Enginnering, 2001) is Associate Professor at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. He is the head of the Image Processing Lab of the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, working on image and video coding, computer vision and compressed sensing. He is Principal Investigator of the ERC Starting Grant project CRISP (Towards Compressive Information Processing Systems) and ERC Proof-of-Concept ToothPic. He also has numerous collaborations with the European Space Agency, the Italian Space Agency, national and international research entities such as Inria, CNR, IFAC and ICT companies such as Telecom Italia, ST Microelectronics and Sony. He is an IEEE fellow and has published more than 200 peer-reviewed journal papers, receiving in excess of 3000 citations.
Giulio Coluccia (PhD in Electronics and Communications Enginnering, 2009). During his research at Politecnico di Torino he worked on MIMO communication systems, collaborating with the Telecommunications Research Center (FTW) in Vienna. After joining the Image Processing Lab he worked on compressed sensing for multimedia data, hyperspectral imaging, distributed systems and multimedia forensics.
Diego Valsesia (PhD in Electronics and Communications Engineering, 2016) has worked on the topic of compression of hyperspectral imaging onboard of spacecrafts as well as compressed sensing techniques for dimensionality reductions and efficient signal processing. He collaborated with the Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs in Cambridge, MA on the topic of compressed sensing for spaceborne imaging. He is currently a PostDoc at Politecnico di Torino working on machine learning and dimensionality reduction techniques.
Tiziano Bianchi (PhD in Computer Engineering and Telecommunications, 2005) is Assistant Professor at Politecnico di Torino. His research focuses on topics of security and multimedia forensics. He collaborated with Prof. Alessandro Piva, of the Forensic Lab (FORLAB) of the Università degli Studi di Firenze. He has more than 100 scientific articles on international journals and conference proceedings, including a recent contribution in the Handbook of Digital Forensics of Multimedia Data and Devices.