Pierre Louis Institute
of Epidemiology and Public Health,
"Team 1 - Surveillance and Infectious Diseases Modeling", Paris, France
albano.rikani (at) inserm.fr
After getting my Bachelor degree in Physics at Sapienza University of Rome in 2014, I obtained my Master degree in Physics of Complex Systems at University of Turin in 2017. Then, I conducted my doctoral research at Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and University of Potsdam, where I worked on climate change impacts on international migration. In June 2022 I joined the EPIcx lab to work on local and international mobility and the dynamics of epidemics.
My main research interests involve population dynamics, specifically focusing on local and international migration, and the impacts that global phenomenon as climate change and pandemics might have on it. My main interest is in treating these phenomenon from a computational modeling perspective and focusing on feedback processes, also coming from the behavioral response of the population.