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ANNA DI NATALE

ABOUT ME

Hi, I'm Anna!

I studied mathematics at the University of Bologna, in Italy. I am interested in applied mathematics, in particular to linguistics. Let me tell you why. I have always had a strong passion for literature and in general for everything that has to do with the act of writing. For example, I have always loved writing letters to my friends and sending them by post (even if it was already old fashioned when I started), I was into calligraphy before it become a trend, I love reading anything I can find and I notice and remember people's handwriting (my high school math teacher had the best handwriting I have ever seen - maybe that's why I chose to study mathematics ;) ). I have always thought that my job would have been related to what I studied and that my free time would be massively dedicated to my second passion, reading. I never thought that there could have been a way of connecting those two so different interests. Unexpectedly, during the first year of my Master's I discovered the existence of NLP and text analysis. It was so surprising because I expected mathematics to be applicable to anything that is in some way measurable and quantifiable but I never expected that it could also be applied to the most unquantifiable thing I knew: writing! That schocking finding changed my ideas about my future. I got very exicted about it, and I still am.

My long-term aim is to bring computational and data science approach into linguistics. Therefore, I decided to fill the gaps in my background by enrolling in the English and American Studies Bachelor's at the University of Vienna. What will I finish first, my PhD or my second Bachelor's?

If you want to find out more about myself, my interests and my research, just read ahead!

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Welcome to my website. I am a mathematician and currently a PhD student at the Graz University of Technology, the Complexity Science Hub Vienna and the Medical University of Vienna, Section for Science of Complex Systems, CeMSIIS. Here you can find much useful information about me and my research.

CV

MY CURRICULUM VITAE

Here is my curriculum.

PhD student

Jan 2019 - Current

Medical University of Vienna,

Section for Science of Complex Systems, CeMSIIS,

Graz University of Technology

and Complexity Science Hub Vienna

"Emotional Well-Being in the Digital Society"

project directed by Prof David Garcia and funded by WWTF.

For more information about the project, take a look at my supervisor's webpage:

Education

Master's Degree
2016-2018

General and Applied Mathematics

Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna

Grade: 110/110 cum laude


Bachelor's Degree University of Bologna
2013 - 2016

Mathematics

Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna

Grade: 105/110


Languages I speak:

🇮🇹Italian

Native speaker

🇬🇧English

C1

🇩🇪German

C1
PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS

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TALKS AND EVENTS

TALKS AND EVENTS

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WHERE I WORK

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Vienna, AT

Medical University of Vienna,

Section for Science of Complex Systems, CeMSIIS

and Graz University of Technology

Complexity Science Hub Vienna,

Josefstädter Straße 39, 1080 Vienna, Austria

Email: dinatalecsh.ac.at