Carlotta Montorsi

Carlotta Montorsi

  • 11, Porte des Sciences, Maison des Sciences Humaines

    L-4366 Esch-sur-Alzette/Belval



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Carlotta Montorsi joined LISER on September, 15th 2020 as a PhD Candidate for the Living Conditions Department. She will work within the DTU DRIVEN multi-disciplinary framework working on the "Predicting well-being in old age" project supervised by Alessio Fusco, Philippe Van Kerm and Stéphane Bordas. The project aims at idenfying predictors of well-being in old age across European Countries by means of machine learning algorithm. Carlotta is also enrolled at Insubria University (Varese, Italy) where she undertakes the Phd Doctoral Program in Methods and Models for Economic decision. 
Carlotta undertook a Master degree in Economics and Social Sciences at Bocconi University, Milan (Italy).  She subsequently worked as research fellow at Insubria University, Varese (Italy), where she investigated well-being determinants in Italy at provincial and national level, as well as micro-simulation models applied to Italy. 
Carlotta is an Italian citizen and speaks Italian, English and Spanish. 

Education/Academic qualification

Economics and business, Master, Bayesian multilevel models for energy demand and supply assessment in rural Nepal municipalities, Bocconi University

Award Date: 26 Oct 2019

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