Born and raised in the province of Udine, he moved to Turin for university studies at the Polytechnic of Turin.
He concluded the three-year degree course in Mechanical Engineering.
Thanks to the "Fiat-Chrysler Thesis Project", he developed the master's thesis at Michigan State University, MI, USA, working on a prototype machine for additive manufacturing.
He graduated in Automotive Engineering, specializing in Management of Industrial Processes.
He then began a Masters in Business Administration at the Collège des Ingénieurs Italia, thanks to which he became a CIM4.0 collaborator, alternating periods of work with study weeks (in a ratio of around 70-30), at the CDI offices in Paris, Monaco and Turin and at CERN in Geneva.