Saverio Cambioni

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I am a planetary scientist and space engineer from Italy. My primary research interests is to understand how the formation of evolution processes of asteroids and terrestrial planets shaped their diversity. To do so, I run models, and I analyze telescopic and spacecraft data both using traditional methods and machine learning.

I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I love hiking with my partner and friends, crosswords and chai tea, and playing with my cat.

As of background, I have BSc and MSc in space engineering from University Sapienza in Rome, where I had also the privilege to be a student of the University College Lamaro Pozzani. I have also a PhD in Planetary Sciences from the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona, where I defended a thesis on the application of machine learning to planetary sciences.