Irene Crimaldi is Associate Professor of Statistics at IMT Lucca (Italy). Moreover, she is a member of the Scientific Board of the IMT PhD program and the IMT Director's Delegate for the coordination of the PhD activities and of the international mobility programs for the students.
In 2006-2011 she was researcher and "Professore aggregato" of Probability and Mathematical Statistics at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Bologna and then, in 2011-2014 she was tenured assistant professor and "Professore aggregato" of Probability and Mathematical Statistics at IMT.
She graduated cum laude in Mathematics from the University of Pisa and she got her PhD in Financial Mathematics (grade: 70/70 cum laude) from the Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa). She won the "Bruno de Finetti" prize (2001), awarded by the "Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei" (Rome). She held a scholarship from the National Institute for Advanced Mathematics ("Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica") at the University of Milano-Bicocca, an internship with the Risk Management area of the "Monte dei Paschi di Siena" bank, a fellowship from the Department of Applied Mathematics of the University of Pisa and a postdoctoral position at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Bologna. In 2007 she was a guest scholar for a month at the Institut Galilée of the University of Paris 13.
Her research interests are in the field of Probability and Statistics, with applications in Economics and Social Science, in Computer Science and in Engineering.
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Probability and Statistics. In particular:
random interacting systems, urn models, species sampling models and their applications, exchangeable sequences and its generalizations, stable convergence and convergence of conditional expectations.