Iacopo Masi, Ph.D.

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Associate Professor at the University of Rome, La Sapienza; Adjunct Research Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California

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Formal, brief bio

Dr. Iacopo Masi is Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department at Sapienza, University of Rome and also Adjunct Research Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Southern California (USC). Previously Dr. Masi was Research Assistant Professor and Research Computer Scientist at the USC Information Sciences Institute (ISI). Dr. Masi earned his Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Firenze, Italy. Immediately after, he moved to California and joined USC, where he was a postdoctoral scholar. Dr. Masi has been Area-Chair of several WACVs and currently serves as Associate Editor for The Visual Computer - International Journal of Computer Graphics. He organized an International Workshop on Human Identification at ICCV’17 and was Workshop Chair at SIBGRAPI’18. Dr. Masi’s main research interest lies in solving the computer vision problem. His background covers topics such as tracking, person re-identification, 2D/3D face recognition, and modeling, adversarial robustness, and facial manipulation detection.