I am an applied mathematician
working as a scientific assistant at ETH Zürich. Broadly speaking, my primary areas of interest are in applied analysis, mainly related to bio-inspired robotics, biomedical imaging and acoustic wave propagation.
I earned my doctorate in Applied Mathematics at ETH Zurich under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Habib Ammari
with a thesis on biomimetics. My current research is funded by the SNF grant 200021-172483.
I graduated in 2017 at the University of Trieste under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Giovanni Alessandrini with a thesis on the resolution
limit in the Electrical Impedance Tomography.