I am a member of the Theoretical and Computational Physics Group (TCPG) working at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, in Harwell, Oxfordshire, UK. The TCPG works together with a number of scientific communities in the development, deployment, maintenance and training of computational modelling codes mostly based on electronic structure theories.
I am currently working on research projects in collaboration with the muon spectroscopy community. Muon spectroscopy is a powerful experimental technique that has the ability to probe the atomic local structure and magnetic environment in different materials. Some of the application areas include unconventional superconductivity, quantum magnetism, semiconductor physics and charge transport.
Before joining the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, I worked as Scientific Advisor at the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford; as trainee patent attorney and patent assistant for the British firms Marks & Clerk and Boult; as a Research Associate at Imperial College London and as an editor and freelance science writer for Form and Content Media Limited, a London-based media company. For more information about me see: https://leandro-liborio.github.io/