CURRENT STAFF


Cecilia Pasquini

Position: PhD candidate
Email: cecilia.pasquini@unitn.it

Bio: Cecilia Pasquini was born in Ferrara in 1988. She received her BS and MS degrees in Applied Mathematics from the University of Ferrara in 2010 and 2012, respectively. In november 2012, she joined the MM-Lab as PhD student of the ICT Doctoral School, University of Trento. From september to december 2013, she was visiting PhD student at the University of Vigo (Spain), where she worked with the Signal Processing in Communications Group. Her research activity is focused on multimedia security problems, in particular to image forensics and counter-forensics.

Inproceedings

Dang-Nguyen, Duc-Tien; Pasquini, Cecilia; Conotter, Valentina; Boato, Giulia

RAISE - A Raw Images Dataset for Digital Image Forensics Inproceedings

ACM Multimedia Systems conference (to appear), 2015.

Links | BibTeX

Pasquini, Cecilia; Boato, Giulia; Pérez-González, Fernando

Multiple JPEG compression detection by means of Benford Fourier coefficients Inproceedings

IEEE Workshop on Information Forensics and Security, pp. 1706-1711, 2014.

BibTeX

Pasquini, Cecilia; Pérez-González, Fernando; Boato, Giulia

A Benford-Fourier JPEG compression detector Inproceedings

IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, pp. 5322-5326, 2014.

BibTeX

Pasquini, Cecilia; Comesaña, Pedro; Pérez-González, Fernando; Boato, Giulia

Transportation-theoretic image counterforensics to first significant digit histogram forensics Inproceedings

IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, pp. 2699-2703, 2014.

BibTeX

Pasquini, Cecilia; Boato, Giulia

JPEG compression anti-forensics based of First Significant Digit distribution Inproceedings

IEEE Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing, pp. 500-505, 2013.

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ALUMNI

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Mattia Broilo. Thesis

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Nicola Piotto. Thesis

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Minh-Son Dao, PhD

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Pamela Zontone, PhD

Post-doc

Mattia Daldoss

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Alfredo Armanini

Research assistant, now at Xtensa


Paolo Calanca

Research assistant

Former Visiting

 

Keita Matsui