I wear multiple hats.

I received my Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Harvard University, completed intensive studies in Computer Science and Statistics at Stanford University and a Master of Science in Computing at Imperial College London. For five years, I was a Teaching Assistant for MongoDB, a NoSQL database company, working with the company's core education team to teach, promote and translate courses that introduce MongoDB to Python developers and database administrators. Over the past two years, I have worked as a Researcher and Software Engineer at the Interaction Systems Group (REACT) at EPFL. At REACT, I am the technical lead for the Graasp Ecosystem, a suite of native and web applications that support digital education activities and are the core technology behind the Horizon 2020 Next-Lab and GO-GA European Innovation Action Projects. Alongside my technical work, I conduct research focusing on privacy-preserving systems for technology-enhanced learning using blockchain-based solutions. I also give a yearly lecture on trust, privacy and reputation frameworks for social media platforms, as part of the Social Media course (EE-593). Finally, I am a Member of the Board of Experts of the College of Engineering and Architecture of Fribourg, where I supervise Bachelor projects.

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