Bio & Contact

I am a Ph.D. student in the Department of Sociology at Cornell University (Ithaca, NY, USA), I am also pursuing a graduate minor in Demography from Cornell’s Population Center.

My research agenda can be divided in two broad themes: 1) leveraging spatial, GPS, and individual-level real-time data to understand the (re)production of inequality; 2) developing conceptual and empirical tools to assess and correct biases emerging from computational sources of data collection.

I believe social reality is highly complex, thus we ought to understand it from a complex system and interdisciplinary perspective. This is reflected in my research, where I have collaborated with professionals from a wide range of disciplines including physics, medicine, or ecology.

Here is a link to my cv.

You can reach me at: ap963[at]cornell[dot]edu