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Federico graduated in Statistics and Computer Science from the University of Florence (Italy), where he then also completed a PhD programme in Applied Statistics. During the PhD programme he spent a priod at the Netherlands Forensic Insitute in The Hague as Visiting Research Fellow. He also acted as a consultant for the Carabinieri RIS Department (Scientific Investigation Dept.) of Parma, Italy. After a period at the University of Florence as Post-Doc Research Fellow in causal inference, Federico is now a Research Associate at the Department of Statistical Science, UCL, UK. More details can be found on his personal website.
Causal Inference for Observational Studies, Sequential Treatments, Regression Discontinuity Designs, Bayesian Inference and Applications, Forensic Statistics, Probabilistic Expert Systems for DNA based Personal Identification
- Corradi, F. & Ricciardi, F. (2013). Evaluation of Kinship Identification Systems Based on STR DNA Profiles. JRSS: Series C, 62(5), 649-668.
- Slooten, K. & Ricciardi, F. (2013). "Estimation on mutation probabilities for autosomal markers. FSI:Genetics, 7(3), 337-344.
- Ricciardi, F. & Slooten, K. (2014). Mutation Models for DVI analysis. FSI:Genetics, 11, 85-95.
- Ricciardi, F., Mattei, A. & Mealli, F. (2015). Bayesian Inference for Sequential Treatments, under Latent Sequential Ignorability. Forthcoming.