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I am Data X Postdoctoral Fellow at Princeton's Center for Statistics and Machine Learning and a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Princeton's Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering.

**My Research.** I'm broadly interested in **decision-making**, in particular in
settings where: (i.) there is a large amount of *data*, (ii.) several
*competing decision-makers* interact, (iii.) there are* scarce or limited resources*, for
instance, computing resources, time or money, (iv.) decisions should happen in *real-time*. In
practice, I am to support decision-makers involved in energy markets, autonomous systems, intelligent
infrastructure and telecommunication systems. My research involves both predictive (i.e., machine
learning) and prescriptive (i.e., optimization and game theory) tools.

**About Me.** At Princeton, I work with
Bartolomeo Stellato and
Jaime Fisac. I hold a Ph.D. in
Mathematics from Polytechnique Montreal, where I worked at the
Canada Excellence Research Chair in Data Science for Real-Time Decision-Making
on my thesis “Mathematical Programming Games”,
supervised by Andrea Lodi. I also hold a
B.Sc. in Engineering and Management from
Politecnico di Torino, and I spent my Erasmus exchange at
Tampere University of Technology. I was born
(roughly) when this show was airing
in Torino (Italy). I grew up in Trofarello, a
small town in the urban area surrounding the Piedmontese capital.