I am a researcher interested in complex systems and complex networks. In particular, I am interested in interdisciplinary approaches to answer social and economic questions using tools from physics and data science.

Starting in July 2022, I will be Assistant Professor in Quantitative Network Science at the Department of Mathematics in the Faculty of Science of the University of Zurich and a member of the Digital Society Initiative. I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Mathematics of Social Systems and Applications to Public Policy at the Mathematical Institute at Oxford University, in the Mathematical Data Science group.

You can find a list of my publications on Google Scholar and more information about me here.

Recent posts

Talks at NetSci2020

I will have the pleasure to give two talks at the Network Science conference NetSci2020 which will be online this year.

ERCIM News on Anomaly Detection

Our work, with Leonardo Gutiérrez-Gómez and Jean-Charles Delvenne, on anomaly detection in networks was featured in the ERCIM News journal special issue on S...

FNRS Chargé de recherche

I am very happy to announce that I was awarded a FNRS (Belgian Science Foundation) Chargé de recherche fellowship with UCLouvain as a host institute.