I am an analyst at King’s Digital Lab, King’s College London.

King’s Digital Lab (KDL) has a proud history of collaboration with researchers in many fields, and of providing support, guidance, and technical solutions tailored to specific project goals. Find out more about what we do at KDL.

I have broad experience in digital humanities research and teaching, research management, and digital research infrastructures. I hold a PhD in Manuscript and Book Studies (digital palaeography, University of Siena), an MA in Applied Computing in the Humanities (King’s College London) and a BA Hons in Communication sciences (computational linguistics, University of Siena).

I worked at King’s in the past as Research Associate (Centre for Computing in the Humanities, 2003-2009). From 2009 to 2012, I worked as Science officer at the European Science Foundation (Humanities, Strasbourg, France) where my primary responsibilities included the supervision of instruments to fund collaborative research in the humanities and the coordination of strategic activities. From 2013 I worked as Research Facilitator at the University of Roehampton (London, UK) for three years, where I expanded the research funding portfolio and supported research strategies across the Humanities and beyond.

My personal research interests focuses on the modelling of scholarly digital resources related to primary sources. I lectured and published on humanities computing, in particular on digital manuscript studies and editing; I have organised conferences and workshops in digital humanities, and am an active member of its international community. I am currently co-PI in the project ‘Modelling between Digital and Humanities: Thinking in Practice’ funded by the Volkswagen Foundation.