I am a PhD candidate in Mathematical Physics in the research group of Prof. Marcos Mariño at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, funded by the ERC Synergy Grant ReNewQuantum and affiliated with the National Centre of Competence in Research SwissMAP. I plan to complete my doctoral studies in Summer 2024.
I am a member of the Scientific Council of the International Conference Centre SwissMAP Research Station in Les Diablerets, Switzerland, since September 2020.
I am interested in the many facets of theoretical high-energy physics – particularly the mathematical structures and dualities arising in quantum field theory and string theory. My most recent work focuses on the non-perturbative aspects of topological string theory and complex Chern–Simons theory and the interplay of resurgence, strong-weak duality, and modularity.
Other topics of interest are number-theoretic properties of Calabi–Yau manifolds, algebraic and geometric structures in scattering amplitudes, effective field theory techniques, and model-building and physics probes beyond the Standard Model.
PhD in Mathematical Physics
University of Geneva (in progress)
MSc in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics
University of Oxford (2019)
BSc in Physics
Sapienza University of Rome (2018)