Associate professor at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) since 2018.
Degree in Economics (1999) at University of Cagliari (Italy), Master in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University (PA-USA, 2003) and PhD in Statistics at University of Florence (Italy, 2004). Visiting professor at the Department of Statistics of UC3M (2004-2005 and 2011-2014). Ramón y Cajal professor at UC3M (2014-2018).
Fields of Interest
Objective Bayesian Inference based on pseudo-likelihoods with applications to extreme value analysis and estimation of asymmetry
Bioinformatics. Association studies for human genetics isolates with known inbreeding.
Biometrics. Statistical models for evaluating the sexual dimorphism related to variance and asymmetry.
Robotics. Contact state estimation for industrial robots.
- Perspectives on Statistics Estadística (Master in Statistics for Data Science)
- Bayesian Inference (Master in Mathematical Engineering)
- Categorical Data Analysis (Degree in Businnes and Statistics)
- Degree theses on Economic and legal evaluation of environmetal damages.