I got my master's degree in Linguistics at the University of Verona with my dissertation "Free will and the brain: the causality of conscious choice", a thesis whose field spans from philosophy of mind and philosophy of language to neuroscience.
Since 2018 I've been enrolled in a PhD program in Psychology and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Trento and Fondazione Bruno Kessler with a project named "Gamification for linguistic annotations" under the supervision of Sara Tonelli. My research interests cover different areas: natural language processing, human-computer interaction and game studies. My work is focused primarily on researching new techniques to develop and evaluate gamified interfaces for linguistic human intelligence tasks. Currently I am developing a 3D video game for the collection of hate speech annotations. My skills range from programming, mainly in C#, to 3D graphics modelling.
Bonetti, Federico; Tonelli, Sara, A 3D Role-Playing Game for Abusive Language Annotation, Proceedings of the Workshop on Games and Natural Language Processing (Games4NLP), Language and Resources Evaluation Conference (LREC) 2020, pp. 39-43.