It's me!

Francesco Cauteruccio


Hello! I am Francesco Cauteruccio. I am a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Calabria (Unical). I received my graduations (both Master's and Bachelor's degree) in Computer Science also in the same university. I was born in Calabria, in the south of Italy, on March 20, 1989.

Except for computer science, I love music, literature, videogames and traveling. I'm an alto saxophonist and I really love writing.

My research interests lie in Algorithms, Bioinformatics, Data mining and Information Extraction. I am also interested in Theoretical Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence.

I strongly believe that a bunch of paragraphs on a website cannot entirely describe myself, so download my resume, my CV or feel free to write me at f.cauteruccio {}.


Résumé and CV

(Yep, I do not provide any european CV format. If you really need it, get in contact with me.)


I am currently involved (or I have been involved) in the followings projects:


    SPINE (Structured Planning and Implementation of Neurological Explorations) is a virtual laboratory designed to accelerate scientific discovery in neuroimaging. It is a collaboration with the Center of Neurological Imaging (CNI) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital - Harvard Medical School.

  • Scholar H-Index Calculator

    Scholar H-Index Calculator is a bibliometric and citation analysis tool which works as an addon for Google Chrome and Firefox. The Calculator enhances Google Scholar results pages by showing a number of bibliometric indicators computed using the data appearing on video as input. Once installed, the Calculator works transparently when querying Google Scholar: as soon as you make a query, result pages are enriched with a number of useful data (e.g. the h-index computed on the basis of displayed data), and new functions are available.
    Visit the homepage for more information and download.


  • Graph theory: BFS, DFS, VC

    A simple canvas applcation for computing BFS, DFS and VC algorithms on a given graph. Click here.

  • What am I listening to?