Emanuele Olivetti received his master’s degree in physics and his Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Trento, Italy. He is a researcher at the Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK) working on machine learning for neuroimaging experiments jointly with the local center for mind and brain sciences (CIMeC) within the University of Trento. His research interests include brain decoding, learning algorithms for diffusion MRI data, joint analysis of multiple neuroimaging data sources, active learning and Bayesian inference.
January 21, 2021Artificial intelligence in the service of medicineThe AIMED project, with the support of Fondazione VRT, brings the technological and research results based on artificial intelligence developed at FBK to radiologists and neurosurgeons based in Trentino
June 15, 2020Irrefutable uncertaintiesA study published in "Nature", with two FBK researchers involved, investigated the extent to which different research groups can reach different conclusions by analyzing the same data