Luca Bortolussi

I am currently full professor of computer science at the University of Trieste and I am leading the AI lab. Previously I have been associate professor (2015-2021) and assistant professor (2006-2015) of computer science at University of Trieste. In 2014-2015 I have been professor of modelling and Simulation at Saarland University, and I have been guest professor in the same group in 2026 and in 2018-2021. In 2012 I was a visiting researcher at the School of Informatics of the University of Edinburgh. I graduated in Mathematics in Trieste in the far away 2003, and got my PhD in Computer Science in 2007 from the University of Udine. For some years (2013-2017), I was also associate researcher at CNR-ISTI in Pisa, within the QUANTICOL FP7 EU project.

My research interests are within the large realm of artificial intelligence, and lie at the boundary between symbolic and formal methods in computer science, statistical machine learning, and modelling, simulation and control. I am further interested in cyber-physical systems, collective adaptive systems,  explainable artificial intelligence, and a broad spectrum of applications in medicine, insurance, industry, sustainability and climate change. 

In my free time (?) I enjoy doing some sport (Judo, jogging), watching movies and TV series, reading, playing games (board and video games), doing outdoor excursions, cooking, drinking good beers. And of course, playing with my young kid. 


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