Sapienza - Università di Roma
 Computer Science Department

PhD School

Borromini's Lantern (Saint Ivo at La Sapienza)

Brown Bag Meetings - 2017

Brown Bag meetings give PhD students an opportunity to share their ideas, to present their work, and to confront their-selves with the others. They are usually short (i.e. an hour or less) and quite informal. Our goal is to create a stimulating environment for PhD students to get to know each other, connect, share advices and information, and have fun.
We will organize them once a month, usually on a Friday afternoon. A small refreshment will follow each meeting. PostDocs and professors that want to participate or to present their work are also welcome.


If you have an idea or if you want to present your work in a Brown Bag session, please drop us an email:

  • Nupur Thakker (thakker[at]
  • Adriano Di Luzio (diluzio[at]


Friday 23rd June, 2017 - 16:00 - Aula Seminari, Via Salaria 113

  • The Brown Bag - Introduction
  • Enis Ulqinaku: Hover Technology in Smartphones
  • Things I wished to know when I enrolled in the PhD program
  • Future Brown Bags - Ideas and suggestions

Friday 21st July, 2017 - 16:00 - Aula Alfa, Via Salaria 113


  • Irene Muzi: "A quick overview of structural graph theory"
  • Marco Raoul Marini: "Combination between temporal events and natural multimodal interaction"

22nd September, 2017 - 16:00 - Stanza dottorandi (Room 333), Via Salaria 113


  • Tommaso Pasini: "Automatic generation of Sense-Tagged data for Word Sense Disambiguation"
  • Briland Hitaj: "Deep Models Under the GAN: Information Leakage from Collaborative Deep Learning"

20th October, 2017 - 16:00 - Stanza dottorandi (Room 333), Via Salaria 113


  • Valentina Tibaldo: "10 things I hope I knew before I started my PhD and that now I know"