In 2011 I obtained my master degree at the University of Firenze (Italy) with an experimental work performed at the Department of Astronomy and Space Sciences, Observatory of Arcetri (Fi) and at the ELETTRA synchrotron radiation with a thesis about “Characterization of synthetic diamond-based devices by means of synchrotron radiation.”
In 2015 I received my PhD in Physics at the University of Trieste (Italy) with an ELETTRA Sincrotrone-Trieste fellowship with a thesis on “Time-Resolved and Imaging Techniques for Photoionization Studies of Atoms, Molecules and Clusters” under the supervision of Dr. Marcello Coreno and Prof. Fulvio Parmigiani.
In 2015-2016 I was appointed postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Ultrafast Imaging (CUI) of the University of Hamburg (Germany) and Center for Free Electron Laser at DESY campus, on a project aiming at imaging strong field electron emission from Silicon nanotip arrays by means of velocity map imaging spectroscopy.
From 2016 to 2019 I became research staff at the Low Density Matter (LDM) beamline of the FERMI Free Electron Laser, and in 2019 I became LDM permanent research staff.
From December 2022 I joined the CNR-IOM institute as permanent research staff at the LDM beamline.