Co-organiser of the Students Seminar at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at University of Helsinki (2014-2016).
I was one of the organisers of Meeting for Young Mathematicians in Finland 2015.
From May 2015 to April 2016 I have acted as Finland's national coordinator for European Women in Mathematics. In November 2015 I launched the lecture series Women in Mathematics in Finland.
I am an eager promoter of activities that improve work well-being and productivity. Some community activities I helped organise: IP Team Day 2015, Well-being in Kumpula - workplace free of harassment, How to survive grad school, childcare services at AIP 2015, childcare services at Finnish Mathematical Days 2016.
MyDay - describing the crazyness of work-life balance (on the University intranet).
A profile article on Yliopisto-lehti. Click this link.
Profile post on University of Nottingham's Women in Maths page.
Interview on Redooc blog (in Italian).
Interview on Lettera43 (in Italian).
Interview on Redooc for the Girl in STEM month (in Italian).
Coding is one of my passions. So far, I count MatLab, C, Java, and R in my programming language portfolio. I love algorithm design, modelling, databases, and data analysis. I worked with Ruby and SQL.
OpenStreetMaps Data Analysis: building a prediction model for a binary random variable, R programming, qualitative analysis.
I am an active member of Italialaisten yhdistys Suomessa ry and I have acted as President of the association in 2014.
I have been continuously involved in several kinds of social and volunteer work for almost 20 years. I volunteered for Red Cross for 2 years. Currently I am a regular volunteer at Helsingin Diakonissalaitos.
In collaboration with Adoptioperheet ry, I funded a peer support network for international adopters called Adoption Support Group Finland. Since 2019 I am a regular contributor to the Adoptioperheet magazine.