I did my undergrad studies at the University of Padova. There I studied astrophysics and graduated in 2014 with a thesis in galaxy evolution. I got my PhD from University of Padova in 2018, studying the properties of the interstellar medium in galaxies of the distant Universe. During my PhD, I spent one year at ESO-Garching working on a project to understand the connection between galaxies and supermassive black holes. After the PhD I moved to Paris to start my first post-doctoral position at Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA)- Saclay.
I am now a post-doc at Durham University. I am interested in studying the processes of star formation in distant galaxies and, in particular, I am interested in understanding the role of mergers and interactions in galaxy evolution. For my research, I use observations from the largest observatiories in the world, including the ESO-VLT and ALMA.