About me

I am currently finishing my Ph.D. at the Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) of the The Open University, working on the early detection of research trends and forecast their future impact (see here).

I also work as Research Assistant in the same department, continuing my research in the domain of Science of Science. To know more about my work you can read my recent blog posts or see my recent publications.

My research interests are centered around the Semantic Web, Network Science and Knowledge Discovery technologies required to explore the structure and evolution of science. Read more.


"I developed the governing impression that our minds are wonderful explanation machines, capable of making sense out of almost anything, capable of mounting explanations for all manner of phenomena, and generally incapable of accepting the idea of unpredictability."

— Nassim Nicholas Taleb, in "The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable"

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