Here is a list of some of my projects. This list unfortunately excludes private projects or projects that for some reason never saw the light of day.
sPaQL TooLs is a Stochastic Package Query Interface for Scalable Constrained Optimization. For example, given uncertain predictions for future stock prices based on financial models derived from historical data, sPaQL TooLs finds and displays to the investor a set of trades that will maximize the expected future gain, while ensuring that a loss will only happen with a certain probability.
This project won Best Demo Award during the VLDB’20 conference.
Synner is a tool that helps users generate real-looking synthetic data by visually and declaratively specifying the properties of the dataset such as each field’s statistical distribution, its domain, and its relationship to other fields.
Texture is a framework for data extraction over PDF documents. Developers write and manage heuristics, while Mturk workers and end-users contribute by providing ground truth.
Qetch is a tool that allows users to freely sketch patterns on a scale-less canvas to query time series data without specifying query length or amplitude.
This project won Best Paper Award during the SIGCHI’18 conference.
A productivity tool for moving and resizing windows by only using the keyboard.
During my experience at CRIF S.p.A. I was the main developer for the new version of StrategyOne, a multi-purpose decision engine used to calculate credit scores in Italy (i.e. Eurisc) as well as in other countries and companies. This new version is able to manipulate hierarchical data by using a custom language and other graphical components. There was an average of 93% performance gain over the older version, despite the latter was only able to work with simpler tabular data.
A scratch card game for Android I made for an university project. A social experiment, as I like to call it, that had more than 150.000 downloads.
A tool to help users to import contributions to GitHub from private git repositories, or from public repositories that are not hosted in GitHub.
-3xy^2 - 3(xy + 3)(-5x + y)
A simple Alfred Workflow to control Wi-Fi. It can turn on, turn off, toggle or restart the Wi-Fi.
A simple Alfred Workflow for quickly opening terminal windows.
Plugin that allows you to show your Flickr photostream, photosets, galleries, group pools, or tags in your WordPress blog, with an elegant compact layout, using Justified Gallery.