I am a physicist with a strong interest in applied sciences. My research deals with Complex Networks, Data Science and their application to the study and modeling of social and urban systems.
I am currently doing a PhD at Queen Mary University of London, where I work within the Complex Systems and Networks Research Group. My supervisors are Vito Latora (QMUL) and Elsa Arcaute (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, UCL). I am also collaborating with the Dynamical Systems and Statistical Physics Group as part of the LoBaNet project. I spent last year at The Alan Turing Institute as part of the enrichment doctoral scheme.
Previously, I worked at the ISI Foundation in Turin within the Data Science and Mathematics & Foundation of Complex Systems groups. Before, I was Data Science Intern at UN Universal Postal Union in Bern.
PhD in Mathematics
Queen Mary University of London
MSc in Physics of Complex Systems, 2015
University of Turin
BSc in Physics, 2013
University of Bologna
I am giving lectures on Network Science within the School of Electronic Engineering & Computer Science (QMUL):
I’ve been Teaching Assistant for the following courses at QMUL:
I’ve been a reviewer for the journals:
Chaos, EPJ Data Science, Physical Review E, Scientific Reports, Europhysics Letters, Chaos Solitons & Fractals.
Ghent University, BE.
University of Cambridge, UK.
National Grid, Wokingham, UK.
UPU, Bern, CH.
UPU, Bern, CH.