Keywords: Mathematical Logic; Uncertain Reasoning; Many-Valued Logic; Coherence
I graduated in Mathematics in 2003 at the University of Siena and in the same university I obtained, in 2006, the PhD in Mathematical Logic and Theoretical Computer Science. My doctoral dissertation was supervised by Franco Montagna and focuses on the logico-algebraic foundations of probability theory for classical and nonclassical events. In the ensuing postdoc experiences I have been mainly involved in the following research projects:
- Reasoning under uncertainty: a measure theoretical, logical and algebraic approach. Juan de la Cierva Research Program. Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA – CSIC). Barcelona, Spain.
- Probability Theory of Non-Classical Events. FIRB 2012. DiSTA – Dep. of Theoretical and Applied Science, University of Insubria. Varese, Italy
My strongest ongoing collaborations are with:
My interests are in logic, especially algebraic, and subjective probability on which I grounded my research on problems arising from uncertain reasoning, artificial intelligence and decision theory. Achieving these goals pushed me to apply new methods and techniques ranging from algebra to convex geometry, category theory, functional analysis and measure theory.