Tommaso Dall’Acqua attended his studies at the University of Padova where he received both his bachelor and master degrees in Experimental Cognitive Psychology. In 2012 he won an Erasmus studentship and he spent part of his master course at Radboud University Nijmegen (NL). During the same year he had the opportunity to take part in a research project concerning motor planning and action prediction at the Donders Institute for Mind and Brain in Nijmegen (NL). Based on the results obtained, he wrote his master’s thesis entitled: “Action Synchronization: hemispatial advantages on predicting the timing of observed actions”. In 2014 he has started a three-years PhD program in Experimental Psychology (University of Padova). At NEMO he is currently investigating the neural and behavioral correlates of voluntary actions by means of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and behavioral paradigms.