I am a second year PhD student in Urban Science at the Warwick Institute for the Science of Cities. I graduated from Imperial College London with an MSci in Mathematics (First Class Honours), which included a one-year-long Erasmus exchange at the ENS-Lyon. During my degree, I enjoyed both pure and applied Mathematics, eventually writing my master thesis on the representation theory of Lie groups. Before embarking on the adventure of research, I spent one year exploring different paths, while working as a consultant in Milan, Geneva, and Bordeaux.
Together with my supervisor Prof Weisi Guo, we are looking for patterns of city development.
My research goal would be that of contributing to the elaboration of mathematical models for the evolution of city networks, hopefully gaining insights into the mechanisms that govern the growth and decline of cities.
Room 4.18 Mathematical Sciences Building, University of Warwick,
Coventry, CV4 7AL