From 2014 to 2016 I was a postdoctoral researcher in philosophy of mind at the Ruhr University of Bochum, working for the Volkswagen Foundation project “Situated Cognition. Perceiving the World and Understanding other minds.” led by Tobias Schlicht.
I hold a BA in philosophy (Bologna University), an MA in logic, history, sociology and philosophy of science (Lophiss, Paris 1, Paris 4, Paris 7, ENS) and an MA in cognitive science (Cogmaster, ENS, EHESS, Paris 5).
I did my PhD at the Jean Nicod Institute, working under the supervision of Pierre Jacob, on the social contents of perception. In addition, I was a student at the Ecole Normale in Paris and at Collegio Superiore in Bologna.
I work on perception, social cognition and developmental psychology.
My work has been featured on the blog of the Society for Women in Philosophy Germany.