I am currently a PhD candidate in Basic Science and Application at the University of Urbino `Carlo Bo’, where I am working under the supervision of Vincenzo Fano (University of Urbino) and Christian Wüthrich (University of Geneva). I got both the bachelor and the master degree from the State University of Milan. In my master thesis, written under the supervision of Giuliano Torrengo and Renato Pettoello, I have analyzed the concept of metaphysical indeterminacy and its possible application in different debates, such as those concerning the metaphysics of persistence and the interpretation of quantum mechanics.
My main research interests are in philosophy of physics, especially in foundation of quantum mechanics, and metaphysics; in particular, I’m interested in the metaphysics of time, persistence and indeterminacy. Given such interests, I’m also interested in metaphysics of science/naturalized metaphysics, that is the attempt of doing metaphysics directly out of our best scientific theories. Indeed, in my current research I’m working on metaphysical indeterminacy (the thesis that the world itself might be indeterminate in some of its features) and quantum theories.