I obtained my doctoral degree in 2010 at the University of Verona supervised by Prof. Vittorio Murino.
My research primarily involves the use of machine learning techniques and in particular probabilistic graphical models, to engineer solutions to problems in computer vision and computational biology.
- alperina and jojic, Capturing layers in image collections with componential models, IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2013
- Marco Cristani, Alessandro Vinciarelli, Cristina Segalin, and Alessandro Perina, Unveiling the Multimedia Unconscious: Implicit Cognitive Processes and Multimedia Content Analysis, ACM Conference on Multimedia, 2013
- Alessandro Perina and Nebojsa Jojic, In the sight of my wearable camera: Classifying my visual experience, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2012
- Alessandro Perina, Nebojsa Jojic, Marco Cristani, and Vittorio Murino, Stel Component Analysis: Joint Segmentation, Modeling and Recognition of Objects Classes, in International Journal of Computer Vision, pp. 1-20, Springer Netherlands, 2012