I’m theoretical physicist at the ISI Foundation, Turin (Italy), where I have a post doctoral position.
I work on the boundaries between quantum mechanics and network science, a new topic that focus on the intersection of two already established scientific communities. In relation to this merger of topics, I have studied how quantum effects emerge from non-trivial topologies of the system interactions, as well as how complex network concepts come to play in quantum systems.
Degree Distribution in Quantum Walks on Complex Networks, with Tomi Johnson, Jacob Biamonte, Sabre Kais and Piotr Migdał, arXiv:1305.6078 (2013).
Quantum Transport Enhancement by Time-Reversal Symmetry Breaking, with Zoltan Zimboras, Zoltan Kadar, James Whitfield, Ben Lanyon and Jacob Biamonte, Scientific Reports 3, 2361 (2013) arXiv:1208.4049.