Giacomo received his PhD in Applied Mathematics in 2011 from the University Pierre et Marie Curie. His thesis was devoted to the theoretical study of a variational method for the inpainting problem in image processing. Afterwards, he worked on different projects in image processing in severals institutes (University Paris IX-Dauphine, ENS Cachan). These researches concern essentially the definition of variational models for the shape matching problem and the development of new algorithms for applications to image analysis.
In his previous postdoc (University of Orléans, 2015) he worked on new models using fractional Sobolev spaces for textures analysis and reconstruction of fractal structures.
In 2016, he joined the Bioimage Analysis Unit at the Institut Pasteur as postdoctoral researcher. He works on a new variational approach to the particles tracking problem and on statistical analysis of biological data.