Irene Amerini is Associate Professor at the Department of Computer, Control and Management Engineering A. Ruberti of Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.
From 2019-2022, she was an Assistant Professor at DIAG, Sapienza University of Rome and previously a postdoctoral researcher at the Image Forensics and Security Lab, Media Integration and Communication Center, University of Florence (Italy). In 2018 she obtained a Visiting Research Fellowship at Charles Sturt University (Australia) offered by the Australian Government – Department of Education and Training through the Endeavour Scholarship & Fellowship program and the Italian Habilitation for Associate Professor in Computer Science and Telecommunications.
In 2010 she spent part of her PhD course at the Digital Data Embedding Laboratory, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Binghamton University (US). In 2011 she received the Ph.D. in computer engineering, multimedia and telecommunication from the University of Florence (Italy) with the thesis “Image forensics: source identification and tampering detection”.
In 2019 she co-organized the Woman In Computer Vision Workshop (WiCV) at CVPR 2019 in Long Beach, California, in 2020 the Woman In Computer Vision Workshop (WiCV) at ECCV and the W4PR (Woman at ICPR Workshop) in conjunction with ICPR 2021 and she is currently a member of the IEEE Forensics and Security Technical Committee, EURASIP TAC Biometrics, Data Forensics, and Security and IAPR TC6 - Computational Forensics Committee.
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Email: amerini AT diag.uniroma1.it