I am a physicist interested in complex systems and humanitarian problems. My main focus is the study of social systems and human behavior, by means of complex networks, data science, mathematical modelling and predictive analytics.
Currently, I am a Phd student in applied mathematics at City, University of London, based in the department of Mathematics under the supervision of Dr. Andrea Baronchelli.
Previously, I was a Data Scientist in the Hunger Monitoring Unit at the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) Research and Monitoring (RAM) division, working on the demystification of the HungerMap Live predictive model. Before, I was a research intern at the Sony Computer Science Lab in Paris, where I carried out my thesis for the International Master in Physics of Complex systems on Opinion Dynamics.
PhD in Applied Mathematics
City, University of London
MSc in Physics of Complex Systems, 2019
Politecnico di Torino
M2 in Physics, 2019
BSc in Physics, 2017
Universitá di Pisa
I have been a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the following courses at The Bayes Business School:
I have been a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the following courses at City, University of London:
I have been a Tutor in Mathematics for the following courses at Politecnico di Torino:
I have been a reviewer for the following journals:
Online Social Networks and Media, EPJ Data Science, PLOS One