I am Federico Nesti, I am currently working as a PhD student at Retis lab (Tecip Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna), with a grand funded by Department of Excellence in Robotics & AI. My research interests are architectures for enhancing safety and predictability of AI, and deep-learning-, and reinforcement-learning-based control.

Education and Experience

I received my BSc in Electronics Engineering from University of Pisa in 2015, then my MSc in Robotics and Automation Engineering in 2018.

I joined the U-PHOS project, selected by SNSB, DLR and ESA for Rexus-Bexus program in 2015 until completion in 2017.

I worked as an intern at Fermilab (Illinois, USA) as part of the Fermilab Summerschool organized by the University of Pisa in 2017.

In 2018 I worked for my MSc thesis at TU Delft, developing an Eye Tracking device, under supervision of prof. Michel Verhaegen.

I worked as a R&D robotics engineer for Fabrica Machinale srl - Roboticom for 8 months, before starting working at Retis lab with a scholarship, then enrolled in the PhD program in 2019.