Short Curriculum Vitae et Studiorum

 

 

Domenico Vitulano received the physics degree from the University of Naples "Federico II" in 1993 and M. Sc. degree (summa cum laude) in information and communication technology from IIASS "R.R. Caianiello" Institute of Vietri sul Mare, Salerno, in 1997. Since 1995 he is at Institute for the Application of Calculus of National Council of Research in Rome and since 2001 he is permanent researcher. His research interests include pattern recognition, image and data compression, indexing and computer vision. He has been involved in various national and international Research Projects concerning Cultural Heritage. He is currently head of the CNR research line (RSTL) entitled 'Multiscale Analysis for Complicated Shapes Recognition' (DG.RSTL.004.009) and of the CNR research line entitled 'Analysis and Sinthesys of Etherogenous Data for a Computer-Aided Monitoring of Cultural Heritage' (PC.P03.008). He is currently lecturer at University of Rome "Tor Vergata", Department of Mathematics, degree in "Mathematical Processing of Images and Signals". He is author and co-author of more than fifty scientific papers on journals, tutorials, monographs and proceedings of workshops. He has been referee for various international conferences and for the following Journals: