I am computational physicist and PhD candidate at King's College London. My main efforts are currently devoted to development of an HPC software framework to study thermoelectric phenomena in real materials from first-principles. I am also also active in scientific dissemination organizing the Pint of Science festival. Data science, and finance are among my side interests.
Talks I've Given
Algorithms that crack quantum mechanics: from atoms to real materials
Featuring Mattia Fiorentini
Since the rise of nanotechnology increasing efforts have been made to develop material-design strategies directly from the first principles of matter. In particular, the properties of any materials, even the ones that have not been synthesized yet, can be predicted by solving the equations of...exploration data algorithm clustering conjugate-gradient fourier-transform material-design quantum-mechanics big-o