Master degree in Agri-food Biotechnology at the university of Verona (Italy) in 2013.
Subsequently he carried on a phD in Biotechnology focused on plant manipulation of photosynthetic related genes in order to increase the light-biomass conversion efficiency. Afterwards he carried on a post-doctoral fellowship on plant genome editing (of gene) involved on photosynthetic apparatus.
His main interests and studies concern plant photosynthesis, plant biochemistry, molecular biology and plant physiology with particular attention to the relationship between plants and environmental stress.
Within Landlab, he performs trials aimed to studying the plant response against environmental stress and testing prototypes involved on the plant protection.