I got the 'Laurea Magistrale' (M.Sc.) in physics in 2013 at the University of Padova.
Then I moved to the University of Trento and obtained my Ph.D. in 2017 with a thesis in the framework of quantum few-body methods / computational nuclear physics.
After a short period of research fellowship at Trento I moved to the university of Udine as a new developer of Quantum ESPRESSO.
The following year, 2019, I got my actual position at CNR-IOM (research technologist of III level) with workplace at SISSA.
My focus is mainly on the development and maintenance of the software Quantum ESPRESSO for material simulations from first principles.