After a BA in philosophy at the University of Milan and one year volunteering in Narnia, I ended up studying Cognitive Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where I'm finishing my MA under Dr. Ayelet Landau's mentoring. At the LandauLab I learnt a lot about perceptual and attentional mechanisms, and acquired important technical skills both in programming and in designing behavioral experiments. I'm now ready to run my experiments on time perception, where I try to achieve accurate psychophysical measures of the so-called window of sensory integration, the span of time the brain summarizes in one perceptual moment. I take advantage of some intriguing illusions, such as the Cutaneous Rabbit, the Flash-Lag effect, and the Phi Phenomenon to investigate the criteria and temporal course of such an integration. I work both in a multisensory and a unisensory framework, in vision, audition and somatosensation. I combine my lab work with a constant philosophical exercise under the guide of Dr. Orly Shanker and the support of the Edelstein Center for History and Philosophy of Science, which sharpens my experimental designs and clarifies my research questions.