I am PhD student in Philosophy at the University of Milan, where I work under the supervision of Giuliano Torrengo (Milan), Jonathan Tallant (Nottingham), and Claudio Calosi (Geneva). During my PhD, I spent visiting periods at the IHPST (Paris), Rutgers University, the University of Geneva, and (up until now) the University of Sydney. Before all that, I earned my MA from San Raffaele University (which is also in Milan), with a dissertation on Heisenberg interpretation of quantum mechanics.
My main research interests are in the metaphysics of science, and in the philosophy of physics. In particular, I enjoy thinking about the possibility of the world being genuinely indeterminate. And quantum mechanics, I believe, provides many examples of why and how it could actually be so.
2019 ‘Proprietà e leggi di natura’, (in Italian, ‘Properties and Laws of Nature’), in Lost in Physics and Metaphysics – Atti dell’Istituto Lombardo di Scienze e Lettere’, PagePress, Milano;
2018 ‘Book review: James Harrington’s Time – A Philosophical Introduction’, (with G. Torrengo), Dialectica 71:4, 628-631;
2017 ‘Realismo, Struttura, Informazione’, (in Italian, ‘Realism, Structure, and Information’), in Realtà senza Realismo – Atti dell’Istituto Lombardo di Scienze e Lettere (Eds.: M. D’Ariano, C. Mariani, S. Veca), PagePress, Milano, 123-148;
2017 ‘Realtà senza Realismo’, (in Italian, ‘Reality without Relism’), Atti dell’Istituto Lombardo di Scienze e Lettere, (with M. D’Ariano, S. Veca), PagePress, Milano, 5-10.