He graduated in Scienze e Tecnologie Geologiche in 2019 at the University of Florence. His master’s degree has been carried out at the Department of Earth Science (University of Florence) with a thesis on climate changes at the Early-Middle Pleistocene Transition in the Montalbano Jonico marine sedimentary succession (southern Italy) under the supervision of Prof. Adele Bertini.
He has started a PhD PON program at the University Roma Tre, Dipartimento di Scienze, under the supervision of Prof. Elsa Gliozzi, Prof. Adele Bertini and Prof. Domenico Cosentino. The project is focused on paleoclimate and plant paleobiodiversity reconstruction through palynological analysis of Quaternary continental deposits (L’ Aquila Basin) for understanding past and current climate changes.
His research primarily focuses on palynological approach (pollen, dinocysts) for reconstructing environments and climates through Pleistocene (Quaternary) sedimentary successions in both terrestrial and marine basins in the Mediterranean region.