Angelo Giuseppe Spinosa

PhD Student - XXXIII cycle Systems, Energy, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering


I got a Bachelor Degree in Computer Engineering (110/110 cum laude) in 2015 by presenting the thesis named "Motor learning algorithms for bioinspired robots" and a Master Degree in Automation Engineering and Control of Complex Systems (110/110 cum laude) in 2017 by presenting the thesis named "Implementation of insect-based decision making and locomotion strategies in a CUDA-based neural simulator". Currently, I have been attending a Ph.D. course (33rd cycle) in Systems, Energy, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering as student.

My research activity has regarded various topics ranging from recurrent artificial neural networks belonging to the so-called Reservoir Computing paradigm to control and synchronisation of complex systems for adaptive CPGs.