Research in computer science is exciting, but there's also much else out there. Love (playing and watching) football, skiing, traveling, and eating (possibly with a glass of good wine), like going to the seaside and playing video-games, like but bad at cooking, never gym, dislike violet (yes, the colour) and sushi, hate cucumbers, not so excited by beer but I kinda drink it.


  • Post-doc (September 2016 - present)
    Research Associate at Imperial College London (Department of Earth Science, group led by Gerard Gorman)

  • PhD (October 2012 - July 2016)
    PhD Student and Teaching Assistant at Imperial College London (supervised by Paul Kelly and David Ham)

  • Research Assistant (January 2012 - September 2012)
    at List S.P.A and University of Pisa in the area of Financial High Performance Computing

  • Master Degree (September 2009 - December 2011)
    (Honours) 2-year program "Master in Computer Science and Networking", University of Pisa and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna

  • Bachelor Degree (September 2006 - July 2009)
    (Honours) 3-year program "Degree in Computer Science", University of Pisa


During my PhD studies, I was a Teaching Scholar in the Department of Computing. I held several roles, including preparing and delivering lectures, lab tutorials, marking, and supervision of final year projects. I also studied for, and eventually been awarded the status of, Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


Clearly I didn't make this web site; Alice Martini made it. It's also full of hacks.