PublicationsMy research interests concern the field of Artificial Intelligence and the study of timeline-based planning & execution techniques, knowledge representation & reasoning as well as the integration and deployment of these techniques in real-world scenarios. My research experience on these topics started with the collaboration with the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies of CNR (CNR-ISTC) in 2012 during my master thesis. Then, I have further investigated these techniques during my PhD on Computer Science and Automation at University "Roma TRE", completed in 2017. Currently I'm a fixed-term researcher at ISTC-CNR. My research activities pursue the design and development of novel cognitive approaches aimed at tightly integrating the above mentioned techniques and endowing artificial agents with the reasoning capabilities needed to adapt their behaviors to the changing dynamics of real world scenarios. In this regard, I'm particular interested in Socially Assistive Robotics and Human-Robot Collaboration Scenarios where robots should co-exist and interact with humans to support different heterogeneous scenarios. Such scenarios raise several research challenges concerning the synthesis of safe, personalized and flexible behaviors as well as the robust and reliable execution of these behaviors.