I am a PhD Student at the Distributed object Programming Lab (DopLab), at the Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC) Lausanne, Switzerland. I work under the supervision of Prof. Benoit Garbinato at the Department of Information Systems. My research lies at the intersection of modelling human-mobility dynamics | predictability and location-data privacy. You can find my detailed CV here. I am currently working on diverse methodological and applied projects, ranging from quantifying the long-distance dependencies present in human mobility behaviors and their affect on predictability (in colaboration with the ICE institute, Dublin), analyzing and addressing free-rider problem in public transport systems (in colaboration with Transports Publics Lausannois) and analyzing user location-data disclosure behaviours (in collboration with the BISA Lab, HEC).