About

I am currently a post-doc at University of Geneva, Department of Philosophy, working on the project: Metaphysics of Time and Its Occupants. I also hold a post-doc position at Lugano, USI, working on the project: Quantities.

I have been a Post-Doctoral Fellow and Lecturer at Urbino University, University of Neuchatel —and Visiting Research Scholar at University of Pittsburgh, University of California at Irvine and New York University. I work mainly in Analytic Metaphysics and Philosophy of Physics. The core of my research -I’d say- concerns the application of formal methods (e.g. mereology, topology, dependence, location, plural logic) to broad philosophical issues such as identity, composition, dependence, and fundamentality. Lately I have been doing some work in Philosophy & Literature as well.

My page at Geneva is here; My Academia page is here.

When I am not doing philosophy I am reading, or watching Roger Federer, and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

I dress in black.