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

Previously, I was enrolled in the Ph.D.program “Mathematical Methods for Economics and Finance Applications” in the Doctoral School of Economics of “La Sapienza” University of Rome. During my Ph.D. I had the opportunity to spend a 6-month research period at the Decision, Risk, and Operations department of Columbia Business School of New York under the supervision of Prof. Costis Maglaras.

My research interests area is broadly in revenue management and operation research in online markets where social influence plays a significant role. During my Ph.D. and my PostDoc years, I worked on dynamic pricing, product display, and assortment optimization problems in online markets in the presence of complex information sharing mechanisms such as online reviews. Recently, I became interested in Online Ad Auctions, and related optimization problems.

Over the past years, I taught Probability and Statistics in LUISS, both as Lecturer and as a Teaching Assistant.