She obtained her master’s degree in physics of complex systems at the University of Turin in 2016.
During her PhD, at INRIM, she worked on quantum-enhanced optical measurements, both theoretically and experimentally, focusing on the advantages of twin-beam states photon-number correlations in different scenarios.
From 2020 to 2022 she joined the LQNO laboratory at EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland), working toward the development of a diamond sensing platform for neuronal activity detection. She extensively worked on diamond nanofabrication as well as NV creation and characterization.
She’s currently working with NV centers under different perspectives: bio-sensing, high-sensitivity temperature sensing, super-resolution imaging using NV centers as single photon sources.