He got his Master Degree in 2015 at Politecnico di Torino discussing a thesis on the interaction between pantograph and rigid catenary developed at Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya. In 2019 he got his Ph.D. at Politecnico di Torino, defending the thesis ‘Refined one-dimensional models applied to biostructures and fluids’. The Ph.D. was carried out within the Mul2 research group, under the supervision of Professor Erasmo Carrera, and focused on the development of advanced structural and fluid-dynamical numerical models applied to biomechanics. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts, where he was involved in the mechanical characterization of 3D-printed phantoms of human arteries. In 2020 joined the ‘Regenerative Technologies’ Lab of the BioRobotic Institute of Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna.
He has a strong team-oriented research approach, and his research interests move from numerical to experimental methods about material science, structural engineering, biomechanics, and computational fluid dynamics.