Francesca Fallucchi is currently a researcher at University of Rome GUGLIELMO MARCONI and she has a collaboration with DigitPA(Ente nazionale per la digitalizzazione della Pubblica Amministrazione) as a super-junior expert in research and development in the field of natural language processing and knowledge management.
She is a PhD in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Rome Tor Vergata. The title of her thesis is “Exploiting Transitivity in Probabilistic Models for Ontology Learning” and she is working, since 2006, as a researcher at the ART Research group Artificial Intelligence Research Group of the University of Tor Vergata.
She is author of publications on conferences and journals in the fields of Semantic Web, Natural Language Processing and related fields. Currently its main interests cover probabilistic taxonomy learning, ontology learning and ontology engineering. She is also researching in dialogue systems for cultural heritage and education support. She has a collaboration through the ART Research group with the international organization European Space Agency (ESA) as a researcher and as a software designer and developer.
She graduated in Informatics with the maximum score in April 2006 at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of L'Aquila. The thesis's title was "Sintesi Automatica di Sistemi di Controllo Fuzzy" (Automatic Synthesis of Fuzzy Control Systems").
- Probabilistic Taxonomy Learning
- Ontology leaning
- Ontology engineering
- Dialogue System for Cultural Heritage and Education Support