She is PhD candidate at the University of Venice Ca' Foscari in Archaeology of the Near East with a project on fire installations in central and eastern Anatolia during the Early and Middle Bronze Ages. She studied at the University of Florence with prof. S. Mazzoni. She took part in excavation campains in Italy, Syria and especially Turkey. Since 2015 she is member of the Aradetis Orgora archaeological mission in Georgia, directed by prof. Elena Rova of the University of Venice Ca' Foscari. After a BA in Egyptology, her interests moved towards Ancient Anatolia and she graduated in 2012 (MA in Archaeology of Ancient Near East) with a study on andirons and portable hearths in the Upper Tigris Valley (and more specifically in the site of Hirbemerdon Tepe where she has worked since 2010).
Since 2013 she is developing the project “CAMNESforKIDS”, on archaeological excavation simulations and school teaching for children and teenagers of elementary and middle schools, in collaboration with CAMNES.