Dr. Irene Amerini is a senior postdoctoral researcher at Image Forensics and Security Lab, Media Integration and Communication Center, University of Florence (Italy) and holder of the Italian Habilitation for Associate Professor in Telecommunications and Computer Science.
In 2018 she obtained a Visiting Research Fellowship at School of Computing and Mathematics, Charles Sturt University (Australia) offered by the Australian Government – Department of Education and Training through the Endeavour Scholarship & Fellowship program.
In 2010 she spent part or her PhD course at the Digital Data Embedding Laboratory, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Binghamton University (US).
She received the Ph.D. in computer engineering, multimedia and telecommunication from the University of Florence (Italy) in 2011 with the thesis “Image forensics: source identification and tampering detection”.
Her main research activities include digital image processing, multimedia content security technologies and multimedia forensics.
She is member of the IEEE Information Forensics and Security Technical Committee and of EURASIP SAT Biometrics, Data Forensics and Security. She is Associate Editor of IEEE Access journal and Guest Editor of several international journals. She received the best paper award at the “The International Conference on Forensic Applications and Techniques in Telecommunications, Information and Multimedia” (eForensics) in 2009 and the highly cited research award from Signal Processing: Image Communication Journal in 2016.
List of publications: Google scholar
MICC Media Integration and Communication Center
Viale Morgagni, 65
50134 Florence (Italy)
Mail: irene.amerini AT unifi.it
“I’m interested in multimedia forensics, security technologies and secure media. Maybe this is the reason why I usually check carefully my climbing harness before I start to climb a new wall. I’m a computer engineer, a postdoctoral fellow and a wife because life, definitely, it is not a spectator sport!” (Irene)