I’m a PhD fellow in “Theory and Numerical Simulation of Condensed Matter” at SISSA, currently working on topological photonics. In general, I like projects with strong numerical pushes which can be possibly realized experimentally.
Beyond Physics, my interests also embrace Mathematics, computers and tech in general, reading (mostly sci-fi books) and playing piano.
PhD in “Theory and Numerical Simulation of Condensed Matter” at SISSA.
Joint Master Programme UniTN-SISSA in “Theoretical and Computational Physics”.
Dissertation: Edge State Lasing in a 2D Topological Photonic System [Fulltext at AQuS].
Supervisors: Iacopo Carusotto (UniTN) and Massimo Capone (SISSA).
BSc in Physics at the University of Trento, including one year as an Erasmus+ student at the University of Oslo.
Dissertation: Variational Monte Carlo methods for quantum dots [Fulltext on GitHub].
Supervisors: Morten Hjorth-Jensen (UiO) and Francesco Pederiva (UniTN).
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