I am a Post Doctoral researcher at the Department of Applied Physics at Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, working with prof. Federico Toschi.

My research focuses on the physics of pedestrian crowds. I measure and model the statistic and fluid-dynamics properties of crowds, via ad hoc automatic, 24/7, pedestrian tracking in real-life (more).

I have extensive experience in high-reliability/high-performance software with scientific and data analytics purposes. Resume and IT.

I have been awarded a NWO-Veni personal grant (2018 - project title: "Understanding and controlling the flow of human crowds").

Crowdflow Research Group

+31 40-247 2544
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven P.O. Box 513 5600 MB EINDHOVEN
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MSc final projects available

Openings for master theses (final projects) in pedestrian dynamics