I am a philosopher at the University of Glasgow, working as a postdoc for the AHRC-funded Digital Knowledge Project.
I like to think about evidence and risk, and how these relate to various issues in epistemology, ethics, and the law.
Before Glasgow, I worked for the Hong Kong Catastrophic Risk Centre (Lingnan University), the Varieteis of Risk Project (University of Edinburgh and University of Stirling), the Competence and Success in Epistemology and Beyond Project (Helsinki University), and I was a visiting scholar at Harvard University, under a Research Mobility Grant.
I obtained my PhD in November 2018 from the University of Edinburgh with a thesis on the epistemology of evidence, titled "Evidential Externalism". During my PhD studies, I was a visiting researcher at the University of Oxford, supported by a Research Grant from PPLS. Before moving to Edinburgh, I studied philosophy at the University of Milan and I did an Erasmus at King's College London.
You can find my papers here.
When I am not doing philosophy, singing and playing the piano is what really gives me joy.
You can find out more about my past projects and my work in progress here.
Photography by Silvia Beck