Giuseppe Perelli

Giuseppe Perelli

I am Assistant Professor (RTD-B) at Dipartimento di Informatica, Università di Roma, La Sapienza.

Short bio

From February 2012 to March 2015, I have been PhD student at University of Naples "Federico II" working under the supervision of Prof. Aniello Murano. During my PhD, I have been visiting research scholar at Rice University under the supervision of Prof. Moshe Vardi. On April 2015, I joined University of Oxford as Postdoctoral Research Assistant, working with Prof. Michael Wooldridge on his Advanced ERC project RACE. On July 2018, I moved to University of Leicester and then, in June 2019, Chalmers / University of Gothenburg to work with Prof. Nir Piterman as Research Associate on his Consolidator ERC project dSynMA. From January 2020 to November 2021, I have been at Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica, Automatica e Gestionale at Università di Roma, La Sapienza as Research Associate, working with Prof. Giuseppe de Giacomo on his Advanced ERC project WhiteMech.

In November 2020, I obtained the National Scientific Qualification for Associate Professor in Computer Science (Scientic Area INF/01).
In May 2021, I obtained the National Scientific Qualification for Associate Professor in Mathematical Logic (Scientific Area MAT/01).


My research interests regard many aspects of formal methods for Artificial Intelligence. In particular, I work on verification and synthesis problems for multi-agent systems, knowledge representation, strategic reasoning, logic, games, and automata theory.

My recent focus has been on Rational Synthesis, which concerns the synthesis of equilibria for games that are used to model multi-agent interacting scenarios such as autonomous-driving cars, automated warehouse, and the like. I have contributed to the development of EVE: a formal verification tool for the automated analysis of temporal equilibrium properties of concurrent and multi-agent systems.

Past Events


PhD Courses
Undergraduate and Graduate


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