PhD, Institute for Risk and Uncertainty
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Liverpool's Institute for Risk and Uncertainty. My research focuses on the efficient and rigorous uncertainty propagation through computational codes via both intrusive and non-intrusive algorithms, see EPSRC programme grant on Digital Twins for more. Previously, I was academic manager of the centre for doctoral training in complex systems and environments at the University of Liverpool. I hold a PhD in risk and uncertainty in engineering from University of Liverpool, an MRes cum laude and a BSc cum laude in engineering for the mitigation of natural risks from Roma Tre, University of Rome.
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