I’m a researcher in **mathematical logic**. In 2013 I graduated in mathematics at the University of Siena. In April 2018 I obtained my **PhD** at the University of Pisa, Department of Computer Science. My PhD thesis focuses on the structural study of the algebraic semantics of substructural logics, and on the logico-algebraic foundations of the probability theory of many-valued events. Since September 2018 I am a **Visiting Assistant Professor** in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Denver.

I am currently organizing the Nonclassical Logic Seminar at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Denver: check it out.

My research mostly deals with the following topics:

- Algebraic semantics of substructural logics
- t-norm based fuzzy logics
- Approximate reasoning and probability of many-valued events

My main ongoing collaborations are with:

- Nick Galatos and his group at the University of Denver
- The Artificial Intelligence Research Group of Barcelona (Spain) which includes Tommaso Flaminio and Lluis Godo
- Paolo Aglianò from the University of Siena
- Wesley Fussner, currently a post-doctoral researcher at Laboratoire J.A. Dieudonné on Mai Gehrke’s DuaLL project.
- The research group in logic led by Manuela Busaniche at the Institute of Applied Mathematics IMAL – CONICET in Santa Fe (Argentina)

Download my detailed CV here.