He is a Postdoc Researcher at UNIMORE. He earned the PhD degree in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in 2021 with a thesis entitled “Simulation and Modeling Methods for Predicting Performance and Reliability of 21st Century Electronics”. His research interests are in the investigation of novel electron devices and circuits for applications such as digital logic, power conversion, non-volatile memory, and biosensors. During summer 2018 and 2019 he was a visiting scholar at Purdue University (USA) under the supervision of professor M. A. Alam. He currently works on dynamic and thermal properties of GaN HEMTs for RF applications and reliability of Ferroelectric FETs for non-volatile memories (NVMs).