I am a team member of the following research projects:
- FluOutlook, a web platform for the exploration of data-driven seasonal influenza forecasts.
- GLEAM, a large-scale data driven epidemic model for the forecasts of pandemic spread.
- SocioPatterns, an interdisciplinary research collaboration that adopts sensing methodologies to measure social dynamics and coordinated human activity.
In the past, I have been supported by the following EC funded grants:
I am one of the founders of DataBeers Torino, an informal networking event that aims at building a community of data lovers in Torino.
- SAMMBA Seminar Series. Institute Pasteur, Paris, France, February 2017
- Complex Networks 2016. Marseille, France, July 2016
- NetSci 2016. Seoul, South Korea, May 2016
- Contagion'15. Tempe, AZ, USA, September 2015
- CCS'15. Tempe, AZ, USA, September 2015
- Recognizing the Relevance of Change: Analysis and Control of Time-evolving Networks in Epidemiology and Evolutionary Medicine. Berlin, Germany, July 2015
- NetSci. International Conference on Network Science. Zaragoza, Spain, June 2015 [poster]
- European Conference on Complex Systems. Lucca, Italy, September 2014
- Future of Public Health in Digital Era. Annecy, France, June 2014
- Epidemics. Amsterdam, Netherlands, November 2013
- European Conference on Complex Systems. Barcelona, Spain, September 2013
- NetMob. Third Conference on the Analysis of Mobile Phone Datasets. Boston, MA, USA, May 2013
- I am teaching at the Physics Department of the University of Torino. I lecture the students about using Python for complex networks analysis in the undergraduate course on Complexity in Social Systems.
- I have been teaching Statistics and Data Analysis at BigDive, a 5 week intensive training program for data scientists.