I studied at the University of Milan the Environmental and Food Economics master program in English with a specialization in Energy Economics, completing part of my studies in Spain at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Even before, I completed my three-year studies at the University of Parma and graduated in Economics of International Markets.
My main interests revolve around the world of energy, especially renewable, sustainability declined in all its fields, circular economy and engineering and economic strategies related to the fight against climate change.
Today, I work as a junior researcher at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei within the program “Technologies for Energy Transition”. Currently, I am working on projects concerning the analysis of a possible new hydrogen economy and the monitoring of new energy technologies at a global level.