I am a psychologist and post-doctoral researcher at the Complex Systems and Artificial Intelligence research centre, University of Milano-Bicocca (Milan, ITALY).
My research work is based on the environmental-experimental psychology approach and it is focused on quantitative data about crowd dynamics and walkability for sake of validation of computer-based simulations. I am skilled in data collection through controlled experiments, video-recorded observations and Geographic Information Systems.
I have experience of writing, reporting and disseminating international research projects. I am author of several scientific papers, published on International Journals and Conferences. Since 2012, I had the opportunity to work with international research groups, during research period abroad in Australia (Monash University), Japan (The University of Tokyo) and France (Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée).
Age-driven crossing behavior and walkability: Empirical studies towards simulations
CEUR Workshop Proceedings (2017) 1803
Empirical investigation on pedestrian dynamics in presence of groups: A real world case study
13th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, AAMAS 2014 (2014) 2