Adriano Fragomeni
I am a third-year PhD student in Computer Vision at the University of Bristol supervised by Professor Dima Damen and I am a member of the Machine Learning and Computer Vision group (MaVi) at University of Bristol. My research focuses on multimodal video understanding, I am particularly interested in studying the interaction between vision and language in order to solve vision-language tasks (i.e. video retrieval).


Education & Experience

October 2020 - PRESENT

Teaching Assistant

University of Bristol
  • Applied Deep Learning (2020/2021, 2021/2022)
September 2020 - PRESENT

PhD in Computer Vision

University of Bristol

Supervised by Dr Dima Damen

April 2018 - PRESENT

Data Scientist

Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna

External Team Member of the ERC Inscribe Project to do a statistical analysis of the Cretan hieroglyphs’ symbol inventory

May 2019

Python/Machine Learning Tutor


Tutor of a six-student class during a regional course for future Data Scientist set up by Skienda startup

September 2017 - April 2020

MSc in Data Science

Sapienza University of Rome

Supervised by Dr Aristidis Anagnostopoulos, Dr Danilo Avola and Mr Luigi Cinque

September 2010 - November 2016

BSc in Physics

Sapienza University of Rome

Supervised by Dr Paolo de Bernardis



Music is an important part of my life: I love listening to and playing music. I have played bass guitar in a band for many years and now I like mixing music during my free time.


I am an avid videogamer and I love videogames. I think that videogames should be considered not only as a type of entertainemnt, but also an actual artistic expression, like a movie, a poetry or a paint.

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