Hello and Welcome!

My name is Giulia Mezzadri. I'm a mathematician and postdoctoral researcher in the Cognition and Decision Lab at Columbia University (New York, United States), where I work with Michael Woodford. My current research focuses on investigating the cognitive mechanisms that underlie economic decision-making and behavior.

Previously, I completed my PhD in applied mathematics for cognitive science in the J.A. Dieudonné laboratory at Université Côte d'Azur (Nice, France), under the supervision of Patricia Reynaud-Bouret, Fabien Mathy, and Thomas Laloë. During my doctoral studies, I used computational modeling and experimentation to study human category learning and representation.

In my free time, I enjoy exploring new restaurants and cuisines, spending time outdoors, and experimenting with various art forms. Additionally, I am a board member of the AIRIcerca New York Chapter, an organization dedicated to promoting science communication and networking among Italian researchers. I'm also a proud member of the  LGBTQI+ community.

Please, feel free to contact me. I'm always happy to talk about creative and ambitious ideas!

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