Here’s a couple of facts about me,
I am a postdoc researcher in Mainz, Germany, at the Max Planck Institute For Polymer Research.
My research focuses on complex molecular systems, such as polymers, liquids and crystals. More in particular, I develop and apply computational methods to help us understand the physics and chemistry underlying these systems.
I am Italian, and studied physics in Milan, at the University of Milano-Bicocca. I have a B. Sc. in physics (2006), and a M.Sc. in theoretical physics (quarks, gluons ecc…), which I’ve earned in 2009.
After that, I did my PhD studies. I haven’t changed university, but I’ve changed field of study, switching to laser-plasma acceleration.
After I got my PhD, another change. This time I’ve moved to Lugano, in Switzerland, to work as a postdoc in the group of Prof. Parrinello, where I’ve met molecular simulations. There, I have been developing methods for simulations of liquid and crystalline systems, e.g. for computing and controlling chemical potentials.
I have moved to Mainz in February 2017, where I have extended my interests to the protein and bio-polymer world. Since April ‘18 I am the Principal Investigator of a Marie Skłodowska-Curie action, GOKNOT, focused on the multi-scale study of entangled protein folding. In this section you can find out more about it.
In this page you can find my email, and links to Google Scholar and Research Gate. At this link you can download my CV.