Dino completed his bachelor’s degree in economics at the University of Bern (2017) and visited the University of Copenhagen in Denmark as an exchange student. He continued his studies with a master in applied economic analysis at the University of Bern (2019), acquiring his degree with a thesis on the occurrence probability and economic costs of extreme precipitation events in the Caribbean. Dinos’ research interest lie in the use of remote sensing data to quantify economic risk in extreme value analysis, the modelling of natural hazard’s spatial dependency via copulas and the quantification of climate and health related economic externalities.
Aside from economics and academia, Dino enjoys bouldering and outdoor activities. He is interested in politics and actively participates on the communal level.