About me

picture of me I’m Adam Liska, a graduate student at the Functional Neuroimaging Lab of the Center for Neuroscience and Cognitive Systems (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia) in Rovereto, Italy (map).

I’m interested in medical imaging and data analysis, and my research currently focuses on how brain functional and structural networks are affected in people with autism spectrum disorder and in mouse models with autism-associated genetic mutations [see publications].

I work under the supervision of Alessandro Gozzi.

I did my BSc in Computer Science at Charles University in Prague working on machine translation with Ondřej Bojar, and my MSc in Computer/Cognitive Science at The University of Melbourne/University of Trento working on computer vision, distributional semantics and machine learning with Marco Baroni and Elia Bruni [see theses].


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