About

I’m a Ph.D student at the Department of Computer Science of University of Milan, advised by Giovanni Pighizzini and working with Bruno Guillon.

Research activity

Starting from the internship at the end of Master’s Courses and the subsequent elaboration of my thesis titled “Automi Reversibili” (“Reversible Automata”), my research activity is mainly focused on — but is not limited to — the study of reversible formal models (from the descriptional complexity point of view) and their computations.

Publications

Conference papers

  1. Giovanna J. Lavado and Luca Prigioniero:
    Concise Representations of Reversible Automata
    In Proceedings of DCFS 2017
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science 10316, pp. 238–249, 2017.
  2. Giovanni Pighizzini and Luca Prigioniero:
    Limited Automata and Unary Languages
    In Proceedings of DLT 2017
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science 10396, pp. 308–319, 2017.
  3. Giovanna J. Lavado, Giovanni Pighizzini, and Luca Prigioniero:
    Weakly and Strongly Irreversible Regular Languages
    In Proceedings of AFL 2017
    EPTCS 252, pp. 143–156, 2017.
  4. Giovanni Pighizzini and Luca Prigioniero:
    Non-self-embedding grammars and descriptional complexity
    In Proceedings of NCMA 2017, pp. 197–209, 2017.
  5. Giovanna J. Lavado, Giovanni Pighizzini, and Luca Prigioniero:
    Minimal and Reduced Reversible Automata
    In Proceedings of DCFS 2016
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science 9777, pp. 168–179, 2016.
  6. Giovanna J. Lavado, Giovanni Pighizzini, and Luca Prigioniero:
    Minimal and Reduced Reversible Automata
    In Proceedings of ICTCS 2016
    CEUR Workshop Proceedings 1720, pp. 234–239, 2016.

Teaching activity

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