I am a senior lecturer in the Research Center for Statistics at the Geneva School of Economics and Management of the University of Geneva. My research interests include functional data analysis, and applications to (neuro-)imaging, genomics, phonetics, biophysics, and econometrics (see publications below).
More information are available in my short bio.
February 2022: congratulations to my first PhD student, Dr Marco Palma, for successfully defending his viva (phd examination)!
January 2022: our paper on exploring the trap-bath split is accepted in JRSS C!
We are advertising a PhD studentship in our Department: see the advert. Deadline for applying is 15 September 2021.
August 2021: I have started a new appointment at the University of Geneva.
December 2020: I have been invited to be an Associate Editor for the Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference.
May 2020: Our paper on Quantifying Uncertainty in Brain-predicted Age is accepted in Neuroimage!
October 2019: Our paper on modelling dialect sounds variations is now published in the Journal of the American Statistical Association (Theory & Methods) as a discussion paper.
September 2019: I am invited to propose the vote of thanks for a JRSS B discussion paper.
June 2019: New preprint available: High-dimensional Functional Factor Models.
Associate Editor for Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference