Max Planck Research Group Dynamics of Social Behavior
I am a PhD student and I joined the Research Group on Dynamics of Social Behaviour in 2020. I am an experimentalist with a background in psychology and behavioural economics.
I graduated with a Bachelor in Psychology from the University of Nottingham and a Master in Behavioural and Economic Science from the University of Warwick.
My research interest is in human and non-human strategic and social behaviour,
specifically Behavioural and Evolutionary Game Theory.
During my PhD I aim to investigate human cooperative behaviour by running economic games while learning about linking experimental results with evolutionary models.
I am originally from Geneva, Switzerland but I have lived in the UK for the past 6 years before coming to the Institute.