About me

I am a Ph.D. Student in Statistics at UC Irvine, advised by Prof. Padhraic Smyth. My research interests lie at the intersection between Bayesian inference and deep learning, and the areas I am currently interested in are Bayesian neural networks and deep generative models. Check out my Scholar account for recent work.

I had the privilege to spend the last summer working at Los Alamos National Laboratory, under the mentorship of Dr. Natalie E. Klein, where I applied Bayesian deep learning to scientific problems.

Before moving to the U.S., I lived and studied in Italy, where I completed my Master’s in Data Science at Bocconi University. You can check out my Master’s thesis on computational methods for Bayesian variable selection at this link, completed under the supervision of Prof. Giacomo Zanella at BayesLab.