In 2012 I defended my PhD thesis "Binary Aggregation with Integrity Constraints" at the University of Amsterdam. I do research in computational social choice, a research field at the interface between artificial intelligence and economic theory, with special focus on judgment aggregation, game theoretic models of voting, and social choice on social networks.
Here is a list of some of my current activities:
- New master on Innovative Information Systems at the University of Toulouse
- Qui Cherche Cherche video on social algorithms (French with english subtitles)
- My blog on Nòva (in Italian): Algoritmi Sociali
- Program co-chair of EASSS-2017 in Gdansk, Poland
Students interested in writing their master thesis at the University of Toulouse are always welcome to make contact, we are typically able to reimburse travel expenses and accommodation for 5 months (February-June).