She is PhD student in “Biomedical electronics, electromagnetics
and telecommunications” (XXVII Cycle), at the University of Rome “Roma Tre”, with
current interests in the field of Neurosciences applied to Biometrics,
pattern recognition algorithms, EEG signal processing and brain-computer
In 2007 she received the “Diploma de posgrado en
Obtención y Procesamiento de Señales e Imágenes Biomédicas” and “Diploma de
posgrado en Instrumentación Biomédica” at the “Fundació Politècnica de
Catalunya” of Barcelona, Spain.
From March to September 2008 she
was trainee in the Neuroeletrical
Imaging and Brain Computer Interface Laboratory, IRCCS “FondazioneS.Lucia”
in Rome, Italy. In September 2008 she received the Bachelor Degree in
Clinical Engineering at the University of Rome “Sapienza”, with a thesis in Neuroscience on brain
hyper-connectivity, titled “Estimation
of the functional hyper-connectivity from multi-subject EEG recordings
during strategic interactions”.
In 2008 she was collaborating at the aforementioned laboratory, the subject of the contribution being the application of high resolution
EEG techniques and multivariate models for the brain connectivity
estimation in healthy and patient subjects.
In October 2011 she received the Master Degree cum laude in Biomedical Engineering
at the University of Rome “Sapienza”, with a thesis titled “Detection of the P300 evoked potential in the context of Brain Computer Interface (BCI) ".
In July 2012 she received the
prize for the best degree theses on Disability awarded by the
University of Rome “Sapienza”..
From November 2013 to September 2014 she was visiting Ph.D. student at Laboratoire de Recherche in Informatique (TAO, CNRS-INRIA-LRI, University of Paris Sud, 91190 Gif-sur-Yvette, France).