I have a physics background, having studied in different institutions around Italy and Europe: University of Pisa (Pisa), SISSA (Trieste), ICTP (Trieste), Politecnico di Torino (Torino) and a consortium of French university in Paris (Sorbonne, Paris VII, Saclay). I graduated in Physics of Complex Systems in 2018, after a visiting period at the Department of Network and Data Science at CEU, where I had the chance to write my master thesis.
After graduating, I spent a year as a Junior Research Scientist at the ISI Foundation in Turin, my research contribution being part of the Lagrange Project on Data Science and Social Impact.
After five years of pure theoretical physics, I got fascinated by the study of social phenomena from a quantitative perspective: broadly speaking, I am interested in anything related to the understanding of human behavior through the use of network science and data analytics techniques.
In my free time, I like playing (and watching) football, snowboarding, sailing, and playing music.