I am a PhD candidate in Applied Mathematics at King’s College London.
I received my Ph.D in Economics from LUISS in May 2018 with a Thesis on Tensor methods in Economics and Finance.
I hold an upper level Master in Finance from Collegio Carlo Alberto (University of Turin).
I graduated in the MSc in Finance at University of Siena and in the MSc in Money and Finance at University of Ljubljana with a thesis on Bayesian volatility models.
Work experience at University
I was Research assistant of Prof. Benigno in Macroeconometrics.
I was teaching assistant of Prof. Nucera for the courses “Empirical Finance” and “Asset Pricing”.
I was teaching assistant of Prof. Vitale for the course “Capital Markets”.
I was teaching assistant of Prof. Ragusa for the course “Applied Statistics and Econometrics”.
I was Lecturer in Matlab coding (course without credits) at LUISS University (LOFT)
I was Lecturer in Machine learning (course without credits) at LUISS University (LOFT)