I am a PhD in electrical and biomedical engineering. I graduated at the University of Rome "Sapienza, " but I constantly collaborated with many international research groups. As part of my studie, I have been involved in several research projects that brought me to work abroad in the US and Switzerland. I have great communication skills and I love mentoring students willing to learn or helping those who struggle with a specific subject.
During my time as a Ph.D. student, throughout the past few years, I have been teaching assistant for two courses in electromagnetic fields theory and electromagnetic compatibility. I have also been involved as lab assistance for the courses Electrical Measurements and Electromagnetic Fields and Nanosystems. As part of my Ph.D. duties, I was a trainer for four bachelor students for their intern period. I hold several seminars for students, and as part of my career, I participated in several international conferences on the biomedical...
Sapienza University of Rome, PhD student
2013 - 2016
Food and Drug Administration, Scientific fellow
2013 - 2016
I was involved in some projects regarding the study of radiofrequency (RF) fields used in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) systems. The projects were carried out as part of several international collaborations.