I am Gianluigi, a PhD student in Applied Mathematics at Université Côte d'Azur, where I am part of the J. A. Dieudonné laboratory and Maasai, an Inria project-team, located in Sophia Antipolis. I am currently working on the interpretability of machine learning models and algorithms, both by analyzing their theoretical foundations and by proposing new solutions, under the supervision of Damien Garreau and Frédéric Precioso. Previously, I got an MSc in Mathematical Engineering and a BSc in Applied Mathematics, both from Politecnico di Torino.
During my PhD, I also teach undergraduate courses in science and economics, as well as master's level courses within the Mathematical Engineering master program of Université Côte d'Azur.
2023-2024 (64 hours)
2022-2023 (64 hours)
2021-2022 (40 hours)
November 17, 2022: talk at the 1st Nice Workshop on Interpretability
August 21, 2022: talk at the 2-nd Workshop on Explainable and Ethical AI – ICPR 2022 in Montreal
April 2022: I attended the Statlearn spring-school
November 2021: I attended the AI & Companies Week
November 19, 2021: talk at the SophIA Summit
November 2021: new preprint available: we propose a new method for the explainability of composite AI systems
October 1, 2021: I started my PhD