Dr Giordano Giambartolomei
- Computer science
Giordano Giambartolomei is a Research Associate in the Department of Informatics working with Dr Frederik Mallmann-Trenn. He has a Ph.D. in Mathematics (Probability) from University College London, and a degree in Pure Mathematics from the University of Bologna.
During his PhD he researched primarily two probabilistic models: edge-reinforced branching random walks on graphs, and balls and bins with positive feedback. Subsequently, as part of his current postdoctoral position, he has started working on optimal stopping problems at the intersection of Probability, Theoretical Computer Science and Pricing, broadly known as Prophet Inequalities.
Giordano also has a degree in Humanities (Literature and Philosophy) which he gained prior to studying Mathematics.
- Dynamics of stochastic processes with reinforcement
- Optimal stopping