Curriculum Vitae

This page is specifically about my career. You can see my interests, pubblication, old experiences and my skill. You can also find a summary of all of this in the PDF version of my CV.

Hello everyone! I am a postdoc researcher, at the UIB gravity group. I work on gravitational lensing of gravitational waves!

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Research interests



I build and use models to analyze Gravitational Waves data with a focus on identifying lensed events.
Additionally, I am actively contributing to a project aimed at organizing and automating different pipelines for the detection of such events.

#personalfinance #appdevelop #sideprojects

I am developing a mobile application to keep track of personal finance.
This project involves the creation of a dedicated Python package designed to efficiently track expenses and investments. It will be openly accessible on my github page in the near future.
Along with it, I am having fun coding and will soon upload a package to control Spotify custom playlists and a bot to get daily new papers from ArXiv based on user-defined topics.


I designed and coded my own website (this one!), where I keep my info, thoughts and different things.


On line listarXivINSPIRE


  1. Follow-up Analyses to the O3 LIGO-Virgo-KAGRA Lensing Searches - arXiv:2306.03827, J. Janquart, M. Wrigth, S. Goyal et al. - as contributor - published in MNRAS 526 (2023) 3, 3832-3860

  2. Characteristic features of Gravitational Wave lensing as probe of lens mass model - arXiv:2111.01163, with D.F. Mota and V. Salzano - published in Annalen Phys. 535 (2023) 6, 2300040

  3. Breaking the mass-sheet degeneracy with gravitational wave interference in lensed events - arXiv:2104.07055, with J.M. Ezquiaga and V. Salzano - published in Phys.Rev.D 104 (2021) 2, 023503

  4. High accuracy on H₀ measurements from gravitational wave lensing events - arXiv:1911.11786, with V. Salzano - published in Phys.Dark Univ. 28 (2020) 100517

  5. The lensing time delay between gravitational and electromagnetic waves - arXiv:1808.05886, with E. Mörtsell - a reviewed copy of the master thesis work.


Conferences & doctoral school

Talks & poster


  1. NBI - Strong Group seminars
    Copenhagen, Denmark
    Dicember 07, 2023
    Talk given titled "Mass-Sheet Degeneracy in Gravitational Wave Lensing"

  2. LVK meeting
    Toyama, Japan
    September 11-15, 2023
    Poster presented titled "Mass-Sheet degeneracy in Gravitational Wave Lensing"

  3. UBC - Gravity Seminar
    Vancouver, Canada
    September 07, 2023
    Talk given titled "Wave Optics in Gravitational Wave Lensing"

  4. UIB Relativity and Gravitation group Seminar
    Palma, Spain
    November 05, 2021
    Talk given titled "Wave-optics in Gravitational Waves lensed events"

  5. GWverse global meeting in Lisbon
    Lisbon, Portugal
    August 30 - September 3, 2021
    Talk given based on arXiv:2104.07055

  6. Gravitex 2021
    August 9-12, 2021
    Talk given based on arXiv:2104.07055

  7. Cosmo '21
    August 2-6, 2021
    Poster presented based on arXiv:2104.07055

  8. Amaldi 14
    July 19-23, 2021
    Poster presented based on arXiv:2104.07055

  9. Cosmology from Home
    July 5-16, 2021
    Talk given based on arXiv:2104.07055

  10. Ibericos 2021
    March 29-April 1, 2021
    Talk given based on arXiv:2104.07055

  11. Cosmic controversies
    The University of Chicago, USA
    5-8 October, 2019
    Poster presented based on arXiv:1911.11786

  12. The 6th Conference of the Polish Society on Relativity
    Szczecin University, Poland
    23-26 September, 2019
    Mermber of organizing commitee

Research visits


Szczecin University
Ph.D. in cosmology
Advisor: V. Salzano & M. P. Dąbrowski

Università degli studi di Padova &
Stockholm University
M.Sc. in Astronomy
Advisors: E. Mörtsell & S. Matarrese
Thesis: Delay in arrival time between Gravitational Waves and Electromagnetic signal due to Gravitational Lensing

Stockholm University

Università degli studi di Padova
B.Sc. in Astronomy
Advisor: A. Pizzella
Thesis: Dark matter in spiral galaxies

Work experience

DBA group
Interniship as data scientist

Computer skills



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