He achieved a master’s degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Udine (2003).

Technician of the laboratory of Applied Seismology, in turn part of the laboratory of Intersectoral Safety and Protection (SPRINT-Lab), at the Polytechnic Department of Engineering and Architecture (University of Udine).

He supports scientific research activities by providing its technical contribution in the use of instrumentation in experimentation and application of geophysical techniques of Applied Seismology including natural tremor measurements, refraction seismic measurements, measurements with ReMi and MASW techniques, aimed at study of the seismic risk, the determination of site frequencies and natural frequencies of buildings, and the seismic characterization of soils.

He also deals with the development of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for the analysis of territorial data and for the web.

He obtained his PhD in Industrial and Information Engineering with a research on "Automatically recognizing events and structural changes in the seismic noise at the Teide-Pico Viejo complex, Tenerife" in 2009.