Marie Curie Research Fellow, Princeton University

I am a Marie Curie Research Fellow at Pompeu Fabra University, where I work on questions of human mobility, social segregation, international migration, stochastic search strategies, and the spatial analysis of movement patterns generated by a variety of different organisms.

Experience

  • 2013–present
    Postdoctoral Researcher, Movement Ecology Lab, CREAF

Education

  • 2013 
    Princeton University, Ph.D.
  • 2003 
    Cornell Law School, J.D.
  • 1997 
    Cornell University, B.S. in Biology

Publications

  • 2013
    New Approaches to Human Mobility: Using Mobile Phones for Demographic Research, Demography
  • 2012
    Educational Achievement Gaps Between Immigrant and Native Students in Two “New” Immigration Countries: Italy and Spain in Comparison, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
  • 2006
    The Second Circuit’s “New Asylum Seekers”: Responses to an Expanded Immigration Docket, Catholic University Law Review
  • 2006
    The Nature and Causes of the Immigration Surge in the Federal Courts of Appeals, New York Law School Law Review
  • 2006
    Exorbitant Jurisdiction, Maine Law Review
  • 2005
    Why Are So Many People Challenging Board of Immigration Appeals Decisions in Federal Court: An Empirical Analysis of the Recent Surge in Petitions for Review, Georgetown Immigration Law Journal
  • 2002
    Collateral Bar and Contempt: Challenging a Court Order After Disobeying It, Cornell Law Review