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Please refer to the following PDF file for a more complete version of my curriculum vitae:
Curriculum vitae
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Current position
Postdoc at École Polytechnique and INRA with the ANR CADENCE.
Education
 Postdoc with a Marie SkłodowskaCurie fellowship at CEREMADE, Université ParisDauphine.
 Postdoc at Technisce Universität München.
 Ph.D. at Technisce Universität Berlin.
Thesis: "The Random Conductance Model: local times large deviations, law of large numbers and effective conductance" supervised by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang König.
Grade: summa cum laude.

Master degree in Mathematics at Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy
Dissertation: "The Cutoff Phenomenon for Monte Carlo Markov Chains" supervised by Prof. F. Martinelli
Grade: 110/110 summa cum laude.

Bachelor Degree in Mathematics at Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy
Grade: 110/110 summa cum laude.
Publications and Preprints
See Section
RESEARCH.
Teaching

2017/18  Lecturer for the course Statistiques 1, Paris Dauphine.

2014/15  Lecturer for the course Actuarial Risk Theory, TU Munich.

2013/14  Main TA for the course Probability Theory, TU Munich.

2013/14 and 2014/15  Main TA for the course Stochastic Analysis, TU Munich.

2010/11, 2011/12 and 2012/13  External collaborator for the tutorials of the course Probability 2, TU Berlin.

2008/09 and 2009/10  University tutor for the course Probability 2, Roma 3 University.

2006/07 and 2008/09  University tutor for the course Probability 1, Roma 3 University.
Other professional activities

Referee reviewer for:
Annales de l’Institut Henri Poincaré,
Journal of Statistical Physics,
Electronic Journal of Probability,
Electronic Communications in Probability.
Collaborator of Mathematical Reviews and Zentralblatt MATH.

2015  Internship at Assenagon GmbH  Equity Portfolio Management team.

2013  Internship in the Quant Institute  Risk Analytics & Instruments (Portfolio Validation team) of
Deutsche Bank.
Awards and grants

2016  Marie SkłodowskaCurie Individual Fellowship (2 years).

2015  Price as best Teaching Assistant in Mathematics at TU Munich (2nd place).

2012  (October) ESF Short Visit grant for visiting Prof. Marek Biskup at UCLA, in the context of the program ''Random Geometry of Large Interacting Systems and Statistical Physics (RGLIS)''.

2012  (April and May) ESF Exchange grant for visiting Prof. Marek Biskup at UCLA, in the context of the program
''Random Geometry of Large Interacting Systems and Statistical Physics (RGLIS)''.

2010  BMS (Berlin Mathematical School) ''Initiative of Excellence'' Scholarship.

2007  INdAM (National Institute for Advanced Mathematics ''Francesco Severi'') Scholarship in Mathematics (4th classified in Italy).

2004  Roma 3 University Scholarship for first year Methematics students (1st classified).