I did my PhD under the supervision of prof. Maurizio Gabbrielli and prof. Fabrizio Montesi. I graduated in 2016 with the thesis Real-World Choreographies on how to implement correct real-world distributed systems following the choreographic programming paradigm.
My current research interests regard Choreography Programming, Microservices, Service-Oriented Computing, Session Types, and Dynamic Adaptability.
Some fields I am also interested in are (randomly ordered):
- distributed and cloud systems;
- web technologies;
- game theory;
- wireless networks;
- functional programming;
- any-sort-of life-hacking and DIY projects.
I also love cooking, reading (books and comics), and playing - I can make almost-meaningful noises playing the piano and the drum.