Francesco Martinuzzi

Francesco Martinuzzi
University of Leipzig · Institute of Geophysics and Geology

Master of Science

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I am a PhD student in Physics and Earth Sciences at Leipzig University in Germany. I am under the supervision of Prof. Miguel D. Mahecha and Dr. Karin Mora at the Remote Sensing Centre for Earth System Research RSC4Earth. My research is kindly funded by the Center for Scalable Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence ScaDS.AI. In my PhD project I explore the consequences of extreme events on the environment using Machine Learning models and Dynamical Systems theory.
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We introduce ReservoirComputing.jl, an open source Julia library for reservoir computing models. The software offers a great number of algorithms presented in the literature, and allows to expand on them with both internal and external tools in a simple way. The implementation is highly modular, fast and comes with a comprehensive documentation, wh...
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In this paper we introduce JuliaSim, a high-performance programming environment designed to blend traditional modeling and simulation with machine learning. JuliaSim can build accelerated surrogates from component-based models, such as those conforming to the FMI standard, using continuous-time echo state networks (CTESN). The foundation of this en...