Diego Gasco

Ph.D. candidate in Ingegneria Informatica E Dei Sistemi , 39th cycle (2023-2026)
Department of Control and Computer Engineering (DAUIN)



Research topic

Use of collective and collaborative perception for automated driving at L4+ level


Research interests

Data science, Computer vision and AI
Parallel and distributed systems, Quantum computing
Software engineering and Mobile computing


Native of Carrù, in the province of Cuneo, I have cultivated a deep passion for science and technology throughout my life. My educational journey began at the Scientific High School with a focus on Applied Sciences, providing me with a solid foundation for problem-solving and basic skills in various fields, both scientific and humanistic.
Continuing my academic path, I earned both a bachelor's and master's degree in Computer Engineering, delving into the fundamental aspects of engineering and acquiring detailed skills in computer science and electronics. During my master's studies, I dedicated myself to specific courses on Artificial Intelligence and Data Analysis. My master's thesis, titled "Enhancing Crowd-Monitoring Through WiFi Fingerprint Analysis," allowed me to explore the field of crowd-monitoring and people counting through simulations and the application of machine learning algorithms.
My primary academic interests revolve around computer networks, vehicular networks (V2X), and machine learning. In the course of my Ph.D. research, I aspire to integrate these interests to contribute to the enhancement of autonomous driving through connectivity and cooperation among vehicles.


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