About Me

Hi, I’m Sofia Ceppi


a Research Assistant at the University of Edinburgh, and my work is part of the Smart Society project.

My research activities are in the area of Computational Microeconomics and my work focuses on designing incentives to motivate people and rational agent to behave as desired. In particular, I am interested in studying online markets and how services personalization can be used as incentive.

Bio: I received a Master’s degree in Computer Science Engeneering (2008), and a Ph.D. in Information technology (2013) from Politecnico di Milano (Italy). In 2012, I’ve been a visiting student at University of Southampton (UK). From September 2013 to August 2015, I was Postdoctoral Researcher in the Networks, Economics, and Algorithms group at Microsoft Research Cambridge.