I had my BA in Archaeology in 2004 at University of Bologna, then I had a MSc in Geoarchaeology in 2005 at University of Roma Tre. Finally I had a PhD in 2009 in Historical Landscape analysis and valorisation at University of Molise (in collaboration with University of Cambridge).
When you graduated were you looking for a career in archaeology/Phd?
After my BA (2004), I knew I would like to continue the academic career; and I was lucky to find a master and then a Phd
What has been the greatest success in your career so far?
Now, I am specialised in Geophysics applied to Archaeology and Cultural Heritage; and my great success was to be contacted from American University of Rome in order to teach two courses (Roman Archaeology and Archaeo-Geophysics).
Who's your favourite archaeologist?
My favourite archaeologist is Edward C. Harris: his matrix is genius!