I am a Ph.D. student at the Sapienza University of Rome in the Gladia research group led by Professor Emanuele Rodolà.
I’m excited by many Computer Science fields and, in particular, by Artificial Intelligence. I am passionate about frontier research, crossing the boundaries of AI and other applied disciplines. Currently, my research focuses on geometric deep learning, representation learning, and reasoning.
I’m a strong believer of reproducibility in science, and make an effort to write clean, well organized and documented code. I strive to keep up to pace with the latest technological advancements and I like to think of myself as an early adopter.
I am a long time Linux user and open source enthusiast. When I can, I try to give back to the open-source community.