I am adjunct coordinator Centre for Philosophy of Time at the University of Milan. My main area of research is the philosophy of mind and, in particular, the metaphysics of consciousness and phenomenality. Yet, I have also interests in other areas of philosophy such as philosophy of language and early modern philosophy. Currently, my work is focused on two main topics: the relations between the conscious and the representational features of experience and the nature affective states—especially, moods.
I received my PhD in Philosophy from the State University of Milan in 2014. During the Academic Year 2011-12, I was visting scholar at the Philosophy Department of the University of Arizona. From January to July 2013 I was visiting student at the Institut Jean Nicod in Paris. On both occasions, I worked under the supervision of Uriah Kriegel. Before joining the Centre for Philosophy of Time, I was postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Macau.