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Andrea Galassi

2nd year PhD student

DISI, UniversitĂ  di Bologna
Viale del Risorgimento 2, 40136 - Bologna (IT)

email: a<dot>galassi<at>unibo<dot>it

Profiles:

 

I am a second year PhD student at the Computer Science and Engineer department (DISI) of the University of Bologna. My supervisor is Professor Paolo Torroni.

My PhD is focused on the application of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning techniques to Argumentation Mining and similar Natural Language Processing tasks.

My research interests involve also the investigation of what Deep Networks can achieve by themselves and possible ways to combine symbolic and sub-symbolic techniques. So far, we have conducted our investigation on board games and Constraint Satisfaction Problems.

I've been teaching assistant ("Tutor Didattico") of professors Paola Mello, Federico Chesani, and Paolo Torroni. I am one of the responsible of the Board Game Students Challenge. I am also co-supervisor in some bachelor thesis, masters thesis, and course projects, most of them regarding machine learning application.

I have visited Stanford University during summer 2018, working under the supervision of Margaret Hagan in the context of the MIREL project.

 

Recent works and news:

 

Projects in which I am or I've been involved:

  • Argumentation Mining: extraction of arguments from unstructured textual documents
  • Games and AI: application of Artificial Intelligence techniques in the context of games
  • Habitat: Home Assistance Based on the Internet of Things for the AuTonomy
  • DeepOpt

 

Publications and Research Material

Publications and Research Material a.galassi@unibo.it Wed, 13/02/2019 - 16:35

A Game-Based Competition as Instrument for Teaching Artificial Intelligence

A Game-Based Competition as Instrument for Teaching Artificial Intelligence a.galassi@unibo.it Sat, 11/11/2017 - 13:31

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Argumentative Link Prediction using Residual Networks and Multi-Objective Learning

Argumentative Link Prediction using Residual Networks and Multi-Objective Learning a.galassi@unibo.it Wed, 31/10/2018 - 10:26

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Attention, please! A Critical Review of Neural Attention Models in Natural Language Processing

Attention, please! A Critical Review of Neural Attention Models in Natural Language Processing a.galassi@unibo.it Mon, 29/04/2019 - 16:57

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