I am interested in quantum information and computation. Particularly, I work on non-local games, quantum graph parameters and zero-error information theory with entanglement.
I graduated from the University of Salerno in Computer Science (cum laude) in 2009. My Master's thesis is about quantum game theory, supervised by Giuseppe Persiano.
From 2009 to 2013 I was PhD student at CWI, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. My advisor was Ronald de Wolf. I got my PhD from University of Amsterdam on the 27th of November 2013, defending a PhD thesis entitled "Quantum entanglement in non-local games, graph parameters and zero-error information theory".
From January 2014 to January 2016 I was post-doc in Andreas Winter's group at UAB in Barcelona, Spain.
Since February 2016 I am post-doc with David Pérez-García at UCM in Madrid, Spain.