She is a PhD student at the International Doctorate School in Information and Communications Technology since 2020. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering and she is specialized in Materials Engineering. Hers research topic is “Material-to-Device Modeling for Emerging Technologies” and she is working under the supervision of Prof. Francesco Maria Puglisi. Her research activity is focused on the studying of the physical mechanisms occurring in alternative materials and engineered dielectrics (HfO2, Ferroelectrics), as well as the defect-related phenomena (TAT, RTN, BTI) involved. Moreover, she is going to investigate the performance and reliability of such materials when implemented in innovative devices (RRAM, FeFET, FTJ) for emerging AI applications and edge computing systems.