About me

I’m a PhD student at USI (Lugano, Switzerland) in the Graph Machine Learning Group, which is a research team of the Swiss AI Lab IDSIA, under the supervision of Professor Cesare Alippi.


I obtained the Bachelor’s degree in Physics at the University of Bologna in 2020, working on dynamical models for pedestrian dynamics in real-case scenarios. Subsequently,in 2022 I obtained the Master’s degree in Applied Physics from the same University, working on theoretical aspects of predictability and entropy for non-reversible Markov systems. In december 2022 I started my PhD at USI.

Research interests

I’m currently working on graph-based prediction and control in reinforcement learning. More in general, my research focuses on graph deep learning and reinforcement learning, but I’m also interested in graph theory, dynamical systems, and stochastic processes.