Lorenzo Di Tucci got his master degree in engineering of computing systems from Politecnico di Milano in 2013 and 2016 respectively. In 2016 he got a master in computer science from University Of Illinois at Chicago where he worked from January to May 2015 as a Research Assistant. From June to December 2015 he worked as an intern at the Xilinx Research Labs in Dublin, Ireland and then I spent the following months on his Master thesis (“FPGA-based High Performance Architecture for Computational Biology: the case of the Smith-Waterman Algorithm”) at NECST Lab at PoliMi. Currently, he is a Research Assistant at NECST Lab.
His main interests floats around High Performance Computing and Hardware Architectures.