Daniele Zambon

Hey there, I am joining the Swiss AI Lab IDSIA (CH) as a post-doc in the graph machine learning group working with Prof. Cesare Alippi.

Research interests: graph representation learning, learning in non-stationary environments, and statistical tests for anomaly and change detection.

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About me

I have just defended my Ph.D. thesis developed at the Swiss AI Lab IDSIA in the graph machine learning group, USI (CH). My advisors were Prof. Cesare Alippi (from USI and POLIMI) and Prof. Lorenzo Livi (from Univ. of Manitoba, CA, and Univ. of Exeter, UK). My research dealt with statistical tests for anomaly and change detection in sequences of graphs, graph representation learning, and learning in non-stationary environments. You can find a list of my publications here.

I have been visiting researcher at the University of Florida (US) working on kernel adaptive methods and the University of Exeter (UK) exploring embeddings onto Riemannian manifolds. I have also been intern at STMicroelectronics (Italy) where I developed my Master’s thesis on sparse models for anomaly detection. I received Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from the Università degli Studi di Milano (Italy) focusing on approximation theory and mathematical statistics.

I am (or have been) in the program committee of top-tier conferences and journals of the field, including IEEE TNNLS, IEEE TSP, IEEE PAMI, IEEE IJCNN, NeurIPS, ICLR, ICML, CVPR.



I regularly serve a teaching assistant for Master and Bachelor courses at USI helding lectures, lab sessions and examinations.