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I lead the Predictive Analytics team at the United Nations OCHA Centre for Humanitarian Data. The Predictive Analytics team provides support to the humanitarian community around the development, evaluation, validation and application of data science tools to better inform humanitarian response.
Prior to joining UN OCHA, I worked as Senior Data Scientist for the Norwegian Refugee Council’s Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) to carry cutting-edge research on the the topic of displacement related to conflicts and disasters worldwide.
Trained as a physicist, I also worked in two of the leading scientific research organizations worldwide: CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research and LBL, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, CA, U.S.
I hold a PhD in Physics from the University of Turin, Italy.

AMLD EPFL 2022 / Speakers

Michael Bronstein

Oxford / Twitter / IDSIA

Max Welling

Distinguished Scientist, Microsoft Research

Samy Bengio

Senior Director, AI and Machine Learning Research, Apple

Regina Barzilay

Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT

Melanie Mitchell

Davis Professor, Santa Fe Institute

Thomas Wolf

Co-founder and Chief Science Officer, Hugging Face

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