In my perilous journey through spacetime, I first graduated in Economics and Finance (BSc) at Bocconi University in Milan. But I could not resist physics sirens' songs, so I enrolled in the MPhys Physics at the University of Southampton. I was lucky enough to transfer to the particle physics flagship programme, so I ended up at CERN in my final year. My thesis focused on optimising the clustering algorithms used in the ECAL L1 trigger, with the goal of improving the identification of electrons and photons. I decided to join UCL CDT in Data Intensive Science because I think it is the ideal place to improve my data analysis skills, having the opportunity of applying ML models to both science and industry projects. I am now part of the SuperNEMO experiment, which aims to observe neutrinoless double-beta decay for the first time in the (not so) brief history of humankind. This would help us understand the fundamental properties of the neutrino and why there is an imbalance between matter and antimatter in our universe.