Carlo Lucibello

I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Bocconi University. I earned my PhD in Physics in 2015 from Sapienza University, under the supervision of Giorgio Parisi and Federico Ricci-Tersenghi. My research leverages analytical methods from statistical physics to deepen the theoretical understanding of machine learning and neural networks. I develop efficient, physics-inspired algorithms for learning, optimization, and inference.

Assistant Professor
Research interests

Neural Networks, Machine Learning, Statistical Inference, Disordered Systems, Statistical Physics, Combinatorial Optimization.

Selected Publications

I’m currently teaching Python programming courses at the Bachelor and MSc level, and Machine Learning courses at the Bachelor and PhD level.