My PhD research is focussed on digital landscape simulation and on the representation of the interpretation and uncertainties of archaeological data to a general public. I concluded my BA in “Preservation of Cultural Heritage and Archaeology” at the University of Bologna in 2008 defending a dissertation work titled :”The management of three-dimensional data in the stratigraphic excavation of SHM-1, Hergla (Tunisia)”. The research was focused in the creation of 3D model of complex stratigraphy through GRASS.
In 2009, I started an MSc in Computing Archaeoloy (Virtual Past) at the University of Southampton. My dissertation was focused on Late-Holocene Landscape virtual reconstruction of Sebkhet el Menzel, Tunisia.