We are excited to share that two representatives from LESC will soon be in Washington to showcase the advancements made in the UNCHAINED project at the headquarters of DARPA. The project, carried out in collaboration with the University of Trento, aims to develop methods capable of identifying the processing chain through which an image has been processed. The presentation will be delivered by Daniele Baracchi and Dasara Shullani from the University of Florence and by Andrea Montibeller from the University of Trento.
DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is an agency of the United States Department of Defense responsible for the development of emerging technologies. Renowned for its ambitious and innovative projects, DARPA plays a pivotal role in pushing the boundaries of technological advancement in defense and national security. DARPA is particularly notable for its pivotal role in the development of the precursor to the modern Internet, ARPANET, demonstrating its profound influence on shaping the digital landscape we inhabit today.
About the speakers
Daniele and Dasara are postdoctoral researchers in the Department of Information Engineering at the University of Florence and members of LESC. Andrea is a third-year doctoral candidate in the PhD Program of the University of Trento.