Personal profile

Research

I apply methods of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Quantum Mechanics (QM), Performance Based Engineering (PBE), Uncertainty Quantification (UQ) and Risk Analysis, Decision Support Tool (DST) for academia and industry for more than 20 years. 

My current research interests focus on the development of new Risk-AI (RAI) aimed at sustainable and resilient urban communities; more specifically the Risk Digital Twin (RDT) whose digital model is going to be deployed within the opensource software OpenAIUQ 

Commissioned

Participation in national and international committees, panels and steering groups about digitalisation for teaching, sustainability and resilience of urban communities.

Cooperation and dissemination

Messina, Reggio Calabria: resilient design under imprecise probability, Risk Digital Twin (RDT) under imprecise data

National University of Singapore: Stochastic Dynamic Analysis, RDT for offshore systems

Politecnico Milano: UQ, Quantum UQ (QUQ), Quantum AI (QAI)

University of California at Berkeley: Decision Support Tool (DST) under uncertainty, AI and UQ for sustainable and resilient design, RDT, Quantum UQ and AI

UNSW Sidney: RDT,  low-carbon building design

SMART, MIT: UQ and DST for resilient railway system

Teaching

My teaching is about AI, statistics and Machine Learning, Uncertainty Quantification and Risk Analysis for Sustainable and Resilient design.  

Keywords

  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Structure dynamics
  • Decision support
  • Computer vision
  • Operations research
  • Machine learning

Areas of expertise

  • AI and Digital Twin
  • Machine learning
  • Uncertainty Quantification
  • Risk Analysis
  • Resilience and Sustainability

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