I am a post-doctoral researcher at the Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli (LUISS). I am currently enrolled in “Games on networks under uncertainty” project coordinated by Prof. Marco Scarsini.

My research lies in the intersection between classical economic game theory and computer science. Main research areas: Algorithmic Game Theory, Auction theory, Mechanism Design and Optimization.

Previously, I was a PhD in the Web Algorithmics and Data Mining lab of the Sapienza University of Rome and my supervisor was Prof. Stefano Leonardi.

During my PhD, I had the opportunity to cooperate with Prof. Amos Fiat visiting the University of Tel-Aviv in two distinct periods and with Prof. Guido Schaefer visiting CWI, Amsterdam. I also had the opportunity to visit the research group at Google NYC for a month.