I am currently a Computational Scientist / Application developer at Daresbury
laboratory, where I work with
Dr Michael Seaton
within the E-CAM project.
In collaboration with industry and academia, we are developing
a model for polarizable fluids to be used in mesoscale Dissipative Particle
Dynamics (DPD) simulations. On the software side, I am developing
analysis tools for DL_MESO_DPD, mainly addressing charge dipole moments properties.
I have obtained a PhD in Theoretical Physics from the University of Torino (Italy)
and I have been a post-doc researcher in IPN Lyon (France) and at the
Center for Computational Physics of the University
of Coimbra (Portugal), where I was also involved in teaching.
I am generally interested in statistical physics.
Beside polarizable fluids, my recent topics of research
include the collective modes of Fermionic cold atoms (addressed via the Boltzmann
equation, both analytically and numerically) and phase transitions in lattice models.