Adrià Fenoy Barceló

PhD student in Computer Science

Research interests Agent-based modelling

I am affiliated to the COALESCE Lab, having formerly been a research assistant at the lab. Currently, I am finishing my PhD in Computer Science at the University of Verona, finishing in 2023. My research topics revolve around the integration of Machine Learning in classical Combinatorial Optimization approaches, focusing on those involving the formation of small collectives of agents: ridesharing in autonomous cities, formation of teams in the classroom or task assignment in multi-agent pickup and delivery problems. Previously, I graduated in Physics and hold a Master's degree in Modelling for Science and Engineering, both at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). I am interested in the use of mathematical tools to study society, both from a modelling and an analytical point of view. Moreover, I enjoy learning about new fields, always bringing my mathematical perspective to understand, formalize and propose solutions to emerging problems.


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    AN ATTENTION MODEL FOR THE FORMATION OF COLLECTIVES IN REAL-WORLD DOMAINS Fenoy, A., Bistaffa, F., Farinelli, A. (2022). arXiv: 2205.00215v1. DOI