I was born in the coastal city of Riccione, where I attended the scientific high school. Then, as my passion for science and physics grew, I studied and received my BSc and MS degrees in Physics at the University of Bologna. My Bachelor's Thesis was about the simulation of the Xenon1T experiment at Gran Sasso. During the first year of my Master degree in Nuclear and Subnuclear Physics I participated to the “Summer School at Fermilab” organized by UniPi. During these two months of internship I started working for the Muon g-2 experiment, where I contributed to the hardware of the Laser Calibration System. Graduated with a Thesis about the calorimeters' calibration using a laser system, I am now happily continuing my work for Muon g-2 with a PhD position here in Pisa. Among my many hobbies, you can find astrophotography, game coding, trekking, science fiction, videogames, Rubik's cube, and piano.
The Muon g-2 Experiment Presentation
The electric dipole moment of the muon Presentation