Multimedia forensics

Multimedia forensics is a branch of digital forensic science analyzing multimedia contents (text/images/audio/video/3D models) targeting the recovery, authentication, examination, and analysis of such digital devices, often in relation to mobile devices, social media and computer crimes.

Key research topics include:

  • deep fake (image/audio/video) detection
  • GAN-generated data detection
  • image denoising
  • image/data localization

Selected publications:

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Mari, Daniele; Latora, Federica; Milani, Simone

The Sound of Silence: Efficiency of First Digit Features in Synthetic Audio Detection Proceedings Article

In: 2022 IEEE International Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS), pp. 1–6, IEEE 2022.


Verde, Sebastiano; Cannas, Edoardo Daniele; Bestagini, Paolo; Milani, Simone; Calvagno, Giancarlo; Tubaro, Stefano

Focal: A forgery localization framework based on video coding self-consistency Journal Article

In: IEEE Open Journal of Signal Processing, vol. 2, pp. 217–229, 2021.


Rossi, Gianmaria; Fontani, Marco; Milani, Simone

Neural network for denoising and reading degraded license plates Proceedings Article

In: Pattern Recognition. ICPR International Workshops and Challenges: Virtual Event, January 10–15, 2021, Proceedings, Part VI, pp. 484–499, Springer International Publishing 2021.


Bonettini, Nicolo; Bestagini, Paolo; Milani, Simone; Tubaro, Stefano

On the use of Benford’s law to detect GAN-generated images Proceedings Article

In: 2020 25th international conference on pattern recognition (ICPR), pp. 5495–5502, IEEE 2021.


Verde, Sebastiano; Resek, Thiago; Milani, Simone; Rocha, Anderson

Ground-to-aerial viewpoint localization via landmark graphs matching Journal Article

In: IEEE Signal Processing Letters, vol. 27, pp. 1490–1494, 2020.


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