I joined the Department of Mathematics at LSE in September 2020 as an Operations Research Fellow. I finished my PhD in Economics and Computation from the University of Liverpool in December 2017 and, since then, I was a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Economics at King's College London.
Most recently, I have been focusing on the design of voting mechanisms that further enhance democracy by boosting citizens’ involvement in collective decision making, and I have been exploring the potential of distributed ledgers technology in voting applications. In May 2018, I was invited to give evidence to the UK parliamentary treasury committee on this topic. Since then, I have attended European Parliament discussions and UK government advisory boards on how to further proceed with such emerging technologies.
My main general research interests lie in the areas of: algorithmic economics, operations research and distributed ledgers.