I studied archaeology at Bologna University between 2011 and 2017, achieving my BA at the Ravenna campus, while my MA at the Bologna main one. During my Master I spent one semester at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom and three months at Leiden University in the Netherlands, to carry out research for my dissertation. My main interests are landscape archaeology, post-classical archaeology, incastellamento, alluvial landscapes, GIS, predictive modelling, geoarchaeology and geophysics. During my studies I have joined several projects in Italy, Malta and the UK, while after graduation I worked in commercial archaeology for 5 months (LIMES coop). Since September 2012 I have been member of the Bassa Romandiola Project, which operates in the Ravenna province, Italy. In January 2018 I started a PhD at Ghent University, within an international Programme in collaboration with University of Verona.