He is a research fellow for the Horizon 2020 BeFerroSynaptic project since 2021. He received his bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering in 2018 at the university of Modena and Reggio Emilia, and the respective master’s degree in 2020, with a master thesis based on the characterization of novel non-volatile resistive memories (RRAM) and their performance evaluation in an ultra-low power logic in memory (LIM) architecture.
His research activity focus is now on the characterization of ferroelectric devices, in particular Ferroelectric Tunnel Junction (FTJ), for neuromorphic architectures.