Aditya Gulati
PhD Student

Aditya Gulati is an ELLIS PhD student. He holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Computer Science Engineering from the International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore. His research interests lie in modelling human behaviour and artificial intelligence. His supervisors are Nuria Oliver (ELLIS Alicante), Miguel Angel Lozano (University of Alicante) and Bruno Lepri (Fondazione Bruno Kessler).

Adrián Arnaiz-Rodríguez
PhD Student

Adrián Arnaiz Rodríguez is an ELLIS PhD student. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering (2019, Universidad de Burgos) and a Master’s degree in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (2021, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya). His PhD topics are AI Fairness, Causality and Graph Theory to enhance ethics, accountability, and transparency in algorithmic decision-making. His supervisors are Nuria Oliver (ELLIS Alicante), Francisco Escolano (Universidad de Alicante) and Manuel Gómez Rodríguez (Max Planck Institute for Software Systems).

Gergely D. Németh
PhD Student

Gergely Dániel Németh is an ELLIS PhD student.

He studied computer science at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and at the University of Manchester. His PhD topics are AI Ethics and Federated Learning. His supervisors are Nuria Oliver (ELLIS Alicante), Miguel Angel Lozano (University of Alicante) and Novi Quadrianto (University of Sussex).

Piera Riccio
PhD Student

Piera Riccio is an ELLIS PhD student. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Cinema and Media Engineering (2018, Politecnico di Torino), a Master’s degree in ICT for Smart Societies (2021, Politecnico di Torino), and a Master’s degree in Data Science and Engineering (2021, Télécom Paris – EURECOM). In 2020, she was an affiliate at Metalab (at) Harvard. In 2021, she was a research assistant at the Oslo Metropolitan University. In her research, she is interested in exploring the cultural, social, and artistic possibilities of AI. In her PhD, she focuses on the effect that social media have on the lives of women and the way they are perceived in the social media cultural ecosystem. Her supervisors are Nuria Oliver (ELLIS Alicante), Thomas Hofmann (ETH Zurich) and Francisco Escolano (Universidad de Alicante).

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