In June-July 2019, I jointly supervised with Fabio Deelan Cunden the undergraduate summer research project “Interacting Particle Systems, Last Passage Percolation, and Random Matrices”, carried out by Shane Gibbons (University College Dublin).
I was a teaching assistant for the following Mathematics and Statistics undergraduate modules at the Department of Statistics, University of Warwick:
2015-2016, term 1: Mathematical Techniques (ST116)
2014-2015, term 2: Probability A & Probability B (ST111/ST112)
I was awarded the prize Giving to Warwick 2017 for an “outstanding contribution by PhD students to the Statistics’s Department’s teaching programme”, based on students’ feedback.
Together with Nikos Zygouras and Kutlwano Bashe, I ran the sessions called “Probability in Statistical Physics” in the higher education outreach “Science and survival” for year 9 students from Coventry and Warwickshire schools (University of Warwick, 10/07/2017).
Before starting my PhD, I gave private classes of Mathematics to high school and undergraduate students for several years.