About me

I am a mathematician graduated in 2005 from Roma Tre University of Rome.

I further expanded my studies by completing a two years MSc in pure mathematics with a focus on algebraic geometry offered by the same university. During 2008 I relocated to the UK and turned my attention to applied mathematics. In 2009 I was awarded an MSc in Mathematics and Finance with distinction at Imperial College London. The following year I moved to King’s College London and started my PhD in applied mathematics which is currently under completion at University College London under the supervision of Professor William T. Shaw.

Since November 2012 I work at the Italian pension funds regulatory agency (COVIP) as a risk and data analyst. I also have experience as a mathematics tutor at all levels.

Besides mathematics, my personal interests are music, cinema and literature. I am a good chess amateur, play guitar, and I am an accomplished basketball player.

Here is my full Curriculum Vitae.