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My name is Gioel Asuni.

I'm graduated in Computer Science from the University of Pisa with specialisation in Computational Intelligence and Knowledge-based Systems and I've got a Ph.D. in Robotics at the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies with a thesis on Machine Learning.

I have a broad understanding of computer science and programming skills in several programming languages.

  • Data scientist
  • IoT developer
  • Apple developer
  • DB developer
  • Web developer
  • Android developer

  • Programming languages:
  • C, C++, C#, Objective-C, Swift, Prolog, Lisp, Caml, ML, XML, XSLT, SQL, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, PHP, Python, R, Java etc.
  • Technologies:
  • Python data science stack(NumPy, Pandas, scikit-learn, Keras, TensorFlow, Theano)
  • Tools:
  • Anaconda, Canopy, Orange, RStudio, Xcode, AndroidStudio, VisualStudio, Office

Excellent computer skills on:
Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Fuzzy Systems, Reinforcement Learning, Genetic Algorithms.

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University of Genoa
PhD, Bioengineering, Materials Engineering and Robotics

Dissertation Title: "Bio-Inspired Neural Sensory-Motor Coordination Schemes For Robot Reaching, Preshaping and Grasping."

University of Pisa
MSc, Computer Science

Double Major: Computational Intelligence and Knowledge-based Systems
Thesis Title: "A neuro-controller for robotic manipulators based on biologically-inspired visuomotor coordination neural models"
Graduation grade: 108/110

Publications go to Home

Book chapter: Chapter 26. Neurocontroller for Robot Arms Based on Biologically Inspired Visuomotor Coordination Neural Models (Handbook of neural engineering edited by Metin Akay)
Publisher: Wiley

Journal: Autonomous Robots A bio-inspired predictive sensory-motor coordination scheme for robot reaching and preshaping
Publisher: Springer

Patent: Robot, and robot control method.
Gioel Asuni - Inventor: Japan Patent 2007-245326
Paolo Dario, Maria Chiara Carrozza, Eugenio Guglielmelli, Cecilia Laschi, Zbigniew Wasik, Edoardo Datteri, Konosu Hitoshi, Ota Yasuhiro, Giancarlo Teti
Toyota Motor September 2007
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To embody a robot capable of gripping an object without surely grasping a shape and the like of the object to be gripped.
SOLUTION: This robot gripping an object comprises a hand part having at least two fingers, a group of contact sensors arranged to each finger and...

Some research publications:
Researchgate: Gioel Asuni
dblp: Gioel Asuni

LIMBS seminar:
Seminar: Gioel Asuni

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