- I was born and grew up in Rome where I took my master degree in Physics at ‘‘La Sapienza” University, under the supervision of Prof. Angelo Vulpiani.
- I got my Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen, working under the joint supervision of Prof. Mogens H. Jensen (NBI-Copenhagen) and Prof. Erik Aurell (KTH-Stockholm). My Ph.D. studies were supported by an individual Marie Curie fellowship funded by the European Commission under FP4-TMR (Grant agreement ID: FMBI961866).
- I later joined the Mathematical Physics group led by Prof. Antti Kupiainen at University of Helsinki.
- I am University Researcher at the University of Helsinki where I am Adjunct Professor in Mathematical Physics.
- I am also Adjunct Professor in Open Quantum Systems at Aalto University School of Science where I am part of the Pico - Quantum Phenomena and Devices - group.
- I lived in Italy, Denmark, Sweden and Finland where I am currently based.
My research interests revolve around topics in mathematical statistical physics, classical and quantum.
My publications range from the theory of fluid turbulence to the study of micro and nano-scale systems whose statistical evolution laws may require classical, semi-classical or purely quantum descriptions.