I am from Puglia, a region in the south of Italy where I got my master’s degree in Theoretical Physics. I am currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Niels Bohr Institute, working in the AstroNu group, led by Irene Tamborra. My research focuses on theoretical multimessenger astrophysics, and in particular on neutrinos from astrophysical sources. This means I look at extremely violent and energetic events occurring in our Universe through neutrino glasses: these particles are very elusive, yet they reach Earth carrying information on the source that produced them. Thus, neutrinos can be used together with photons to unravel the mechanism powering astrophysical sources. The fact that our Universe is so big and sends us messages through tiny particles is very exciting!