In Yerushalmi Bikkurim 11b(end) a person by the name יהודא בן טיטוס is mentioned. I would like to know if this person is the son of the famed roman emperor Titus (unlikely as that may be) or if any other information is known about him.
According to one opinion, perhaps this can be explained as a mistake with ס and ט, making his name Yehuda bar Situs, not Titus. (See Toledos Tannaim v'Amoraim).
One possible explanation is that there was no such person. The text you link to has the following insertion prior to Ben Titus.
א"ר חמא <בן> יהודא בן טיטוס הוה ברומי ומנוניה ע"מ דיחזור
With that insertion it is saying that Chama ben Yehuda said that Ben Titus was in Rome. So there would not be a Yehuda ben Titus.