I like to define myself as an aspiring 360° scientist. What does that mean? Well, that it is a strong wish of mine to collect as much knowledge as possible in what are (at least in my opinion) the three main fields of science: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
This is why, after having received my Master in Mathematics at the University of Turin, Italy, I worked as a Ph.D. student in Physics at the University of Bremen, Germany. Recently I've been hired from the University of Stanford to proceed my academic path with a Post-doc position at the SUNCAT Center for Interface Science and Catalysis.
I will put all my efforts to provide the scientific community with important insights and discoveries.
Master of Science, University of Turin (2016)
Doctor of Science, Universitat Bremen (2021)
Bachelor of Science, University of Turin (2014)
Community and International Work
Erasmus Student, Osnabrueck, Germany
University of Osnabrueck
Opportunities for Student Involvement
Teachers and Teaching
Technology and Education
- Halide-sodalites: thermal behavior at low temperatures and local deviations from the average structure ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KRISTALLOGRAPHIE-CRYSTALLINE MATERIALS 2022
- NO Degradation on the Anatase TiO2 (001) Surface in the Presence of Water JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C 2022; 126 (41): 17544-17553
- Water Reactions on Reconstructed Rutile TiO2: A Density Functional Theory/Density Functional Tight Binding Approach JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C 2021; 125 (24): 13234-13246