Tiziana D'Orazio received the Laurea degree in Computer Science from the University of Bari. She held grants from the Italian National Council (CNR) from 1989 to 1993 for research activities in Robotics and Image Processing. Since 1997 she has been a researcher at the Institute of Intelligent Systems for Automation (ISSIA) of the Italian National Research Council. She is currently a Senior Researcher at the Institute of Intelligent Industrial Systems and Technologies for Advanced Manufacturing (STIIMA) of the National Research Council of Italy. She leads the Intelligent Sensing and Perception research group. She participated and has been the scientific responsible for many CNR, MIUR, and EU projects and was responsible for collaborations between the CNR and industrial companies. Her current research interests include pattern recognition, video analysis, computer vision for video surveillance, domotics, intelligent transportation systems, and quality control. Past activity concerns visual algorithms for autonomous navigation, artificial intelligence paradigm for elementary behavior learning, and feature extraction for pattern recognition. Tiziana D'Orazio is co-author of more than 150 papers in international journals and conference proceedings and co-author of three international patents on visual systems for event detection in sports contexts. She currently serves as a reviewer for many international journals in computer vision, as a reviewer in many scientific committees of international conferences, and as an associate editor of International Journals. She has been selected as an expert of the CNR to evaluate industrial projects of MIUR and MISE and as an expert of the EC to evaluate projects of Horizon Europe calls.
Digital, industry and space
Machine perception and intelligent systems