I'm a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, under the supervision of Eduardo Barrio and Federico Pailos. As a part of the Buenos Aires Logic Group, my research is mainly conducted at the University of Buenos Aires and at the IIF-SADAF (CONICET).

My work is mainly in Philosophical Logic. I study non-classical systems, hoping to understand how they can be used to analyze the inferential import of notions like hyperintensional content and meaningfulness. I also want to understand how substructural logics help in bringing up unnoticed subtleties about what defines a logical system, as well as what defines particular kinds…

I'm a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, under the supervision of Eduardo Barrio and Federico Pailos. As a part of the Buenos Aires Logic Group, my research is mainly conducted at the University of Buenos Aires and at the IIF-SADAF (CONICET).

My work is mainly in Philosophical Logic. I study non-classical systems, hoping to understand how they can be used to analyze the inferential import of notions like hyperintensional content and meaningfulness. I also want to understand how substructural logics help in bringing up unnoticed subtleties about what defines a logical system, as well as what defines particular kinds of systems, like paraconsistent logics.

In my Thesis, I hope to analyze in a systematic way the extent to which logical consequence can be influenced by the aboutness of premises and conclusions. To this end, I investigate several formalizations of hyperintensional content, later trying to convey appropriate non-classical logics in which previously given notions of validity are restricted by aboutness-preservation principles of some kind. As a result, I would like to provide novel semantics and calculi for some systems of this kind that are well-known (like Parry's logic of Analytic Implication and Epstein's Relatedness Logic, and some non-explored), as well as some novel systems which have not been explored or discussed so far.