Trinity Centre for Bioengineering,
Giovanni Di Liberto received the B.E. degree in Information Engineering and the M.Sc. degree in Computer Engineering from University of Padua (Universita' degli Studi di Padova), Italy, respectively in 2011 and 2013. He spent the last year of his M.Sc. at University College Cork (UCC), Ireland, where he worked at his thesis, entitled "DASH: Dynamic Approach for Switching Heuristics", under the supervision of Dr. Yuri Malitsky, Prof. Barry O'Sullivan (Cork Constraint Computation Centre), and Prof. Matteo Fischetti (Universita' degli Studi di Padova).
Giovanni is currently studying for a PhD under Dr. Edmund Lalor's supervision at TCD. The general idea is to combine his background in Computer Engineering and the expertise in Neuroscience of the research lab with the goal to employ cutting edge algorithms to decode e complex concepts from multivariate neural data. In particular, the study of the neural underpinnings of speech processing in humans has been a main focus of his research.
- Di Liberto GM, O'Sullivan JA, Lalor EC, “Low frequency cortical entrainment to speech reflects phonemic level processing”, Current Biology, 2015 (In Press)
- Di Liberto GM, Serdar Kadioglu Ph.D, Kevin Leo, Yuri Malitsky Ph.D, “DASH: Dynamic Approach for Switching Heuristics”, EJOR, 2015 (In Press)
- Di Liberto GM, Lalor EC, “Isolating neural indices of continuous speech processing at the phonetic level”, 17 th International Symposium on Hearing, Groningen, Netherlands, 2015
- Di Liberto GM, O'Sullivan JA, Lalor EC, “Pushing beyond the envelope”, Auditory Cortex, Magdeburg, Germany, September 2014,
- Di Liberto GM, O'Sullivan JA, Lalor EC, “Pushing beyond the envelope”, Young Neuroscientists Symposium, Dublin, Ireland, September 2014 - Best poster presentation award
- Psort: Automated Code Tuning. B.E. thesis (July 2011)
- DASH: Dynamic Approach for Switching Heuristics. M.Sc. thesis (October 2013)
- DASH: Dynamic Approach for Switching Heuristics. Di Liberto GM, Kadioglu S, Leo K, Malitsky Y (July 2013). arXiv:1307.4689