I enjoy working on cyber-security and privacy issues, I am passionate about public-interest technology and internet freedom, and I love having a say in organizational design and teamwork facilitation topics.
Throughout the years, I built a diverse background:
I currently live in Milan, Italy.
More details can be found in my CV.
I have a master’s degree cum laude in Computer Science and Engineering from Politecnico di Milano. During my master’s, I spent a semester as a research intern at UC Santa Barbara at the SecLab, where I developed my master’s thesis project: Enabling Fast Patch Propagation in Related Software Repositories [pdf]. The project was later published at the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy 2020 [pdf].
Previously, I spent a semester as an exchange student at the TU Delft, and I obtained my bachelor’s at the University of Parma, where I worked as a research intern at the WASNLab, now IoTLab. During this internship, I developed my bachelor’s thesis project revolving around the development of a CoAP-HTTP cross-proxy for IoT scenarios [pdf].