Currently I'm doing my PhD in Statistics applied in 'Quality by Design' of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical products. The aim of my project is to develop mathematical and statistical techniques to integrate multi-source data into a coherent model to maximize information, make predictions and design improved inference methodologies. Specifically, I am combining different spectroscopy data (e.g. CD, NIR and Raman spectroscopy) for detecting protein secondary structure in a novel and more informative fashion.
2013 - Present:
PhD (Ongoing), Analytical Science, MOAC DTC, University of Warwick
'Statistical methodologies for maximising the information extracted from data'
Supervisor: Dr. Simon Spencer, Prof. Alison Rodger
2009 - 2012:
M.Sc. in Physics of Complex System, Faculty of Physics, University of Turin (Italy)
Supervisor: Prof. Michele Caselle, Prof. Duccio Medini
B.Sc., in Physics, Faculty of Physics, University of Turin (Italy)