Since my grandmother told me that the universe was made by tiny particles, I have been fallen in love with the deepest understanding of how nature works. Physics was my first love, in particular the theoretical aspects of particles, space, and time. I took my bachelor’s, master’s degree, and Ph.D. digging up the mysteries of the universe. 

In one sense, I was interested in the language of nature. It sounds funny that now I am into another language, the human language. Currently, I am working and researching in the field of Artificial Intelligence. In particular, I am using deep learning to solve Natural Language Processing (NLP) problems. More in general, I am interested in AI research and in AI applications to science and social good. I am also committed to education and science communication.

Below, I will briefly review my experiences (from the latest) and education. You can also find complete information looking at my LinkedIn and CV.


Moreover, I contribute and take part to several initiatives (meetups, workshops, Q&A) promoted by Deep Learning Italia and IAML (Italian Association for Machine Learning) .

Lectures (as an Instructor)

Some of my lectures and workshops are collected on my GitHub.


  • Ph.D. in Statistical Physics @ SISSA (2016, Group Page)
    Thesis: On entanglement negativity in 1+1 and 2+1 dimensional quantum systems
    Details: I pursued research in fundamental physical quantities such as entanglement entropy, mutual information, and entanglement negativity. These quantities have relevant roles in many-body physics, quantum information theory and holographic theories, such as ADS/CFT. Besides an analytical component, my work had a strong numerical approach which materialized in several publications on relevant scientific journals (Google Scholar).
  • Master in High-Performance Computing (CNR-IOM fellowship, 2017)
    Project: Deep Learning for Nanoscience Scanning Electron Microscope Image Recognition
  • Master Degree in Theoretical Particle Physics, Padua University (2011)
    Thesis: Supersymmetric Sigma Models in two-dimension and their integrability (PI: Prof. D. Sorokin)
  • Bachelor Degree in Physics, Padua University (2008)
    Thesis: Feynman Path Integral and Stochastic Processes (PI: Prof. P. Marchetti)


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