I am a theoretical particle physicist, working on the phenomenology of elementary particles at hadron colliders. 

I have studied physics in Pisa (Master degree) and Firenze (PhD), and worked as a research associate at the universities of Grenoble (LPSC), Karlsruhe (ITP), Milano (Statale) and I have been a Junior Research Fellow at the University of Pavia.

I am now a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Cagliari.


  • Perturbative QCD:
    • radiative corrections and all-order (resummed) predictions for electroweak observables (Higgs, Drell-Yan and multi-boson final states) at hadron colliders
    • phenomenology of SM and BSM processes at hadron colliders
  • Non-perturbative QCD:
    • impact of proton internal structure on precision electroweak observables at hadron colliders
    • fit of transverse momentum dependent (TMD) PDFs from Drell-Yan and Semi-Inclusive DIS data
    • TMD factorisation
  • Aim:
    • promote the synergy and exploit the complementarity between LHC and EIC, both bringing my high-energy expertise in the hadronic community and promoting the physics case for TMD studies at CERN, in order to provide a better description of the nucleon structure and an increasingly precise understanding of the strong interactions


  • 2016-2020 - Pavia University: discussion sessions for the course ”Analytical Mechanics” and ”Quantum Electrodynamics
  • 2013-2016 - Politecnico di Milano: discussion sessions for the course ”Analytical Mechanics” and ”Geometry and Linear Algebra
  • 2013-2016 - Ecampus University:  full course of "Analytical Mechanics" 
  • 2009-2016 - Milano University: full course of "Quantitative Methods and Statistics for Social Sciences", discussion sessions for the course ”Modern Physics and Quantum Mechanics”, ”Theoretical Physics” and ”Elements of Nuclear Physics
  • 2006-2007 - Karlsruhe University: discussion sessions for the course ”Theoretical Particle Physics I
  • 2005-2006 - Grenoble University: discussion sessions and laboratory for the course ”Methods and Techniques for Physics” and ”Fundamental Physics


Full list of publications from SPIRES

Scientific databases: ORCID, Publons, Scopus