Emanuele Tamponi 

etamponiEmanuele Tamponi is a Ph.D. at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of University of Cagliari (Italy). He got his Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science  in 2015. From January to May 2014 he has been a visiting student at University College London, mentored by Prof. Andrew C.R. Martin, of the Bioinformatics Department. He also has a Master Degree in Electronic Engineering, since 2011.

His main research interests are Classifier Ensembles and related training techniques, and Dataset Analysis. The main topic of his Ph.D. Thesis is a novel training algorithm for Random Forests.

He is an expert programmer, in particular when using Java and Python, but he also like to code in C/C++ and to experiment with innovative programming languages. During his Ph.D., he rewrote the “GAME” framework, starting from the implementation done by a previous PhD student (link to Filippo Ledda).
Since 2012 he has been a tutor in various courses held by Prof. Giuliano Armano, in particular “Foundations of Computer Science” and “Object-Oriented Programming and Scripting in Python”.

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