Cristian Degli Esposti Boschi

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Cognome: 
Degli Esposti Boschi
Nome: 
Cristian
Informazioni
Unità: 
Nazione: 
Italia
Ente di appartenenza: 
CNR-IMM
Posizione: 
Ric.
Telefono: 
++39 051 639 9152
Tipo associazione: 
A2
Area Tematica: 
3
Descrizione

Brief CV:

June 1995: Doctor's Degree in Physics, University of Bologna (Italy), cum laude.

March 2000: PhD in Physics (Condensed Matter), University of Bologna (Italy). Thesis: "Non-autonomous oscillators: theory and applications", scientific supervisor: prof. L. Ferrari.

July 2000-Dec. 2001: Post-doctoral position ("Young researcher") at the Departamento de Física Aplicada, Universidad de Alicante, within the TMR European Network "Fractal Structures and Self-Organization".

Jan. 2002-Dec. 2002: Post-doctoral position at the University of Bologna within the national project "Quantum Effects in Low-Dimensional Solid State Systems".

Jan. 2003-Sep. 2010: Researcher at the CNISM Research Unit of Bologna on "Study of strongly correlated electronic and magnetic systems in low dimensions".

Current principal position: Researcher at CNR-IMM, Bologna.

Teaching at Bologna University: 2004-06 assistant in Probability Calculus and Statistics (laurea triennale in Scienze di Internet); 2008-15 assistant in Quantum Theory of Matter and Strongly Correlated Systems and 2010-14 assistant in Physics of Matter and Radiation (laurea magistrale in Fisica). Co-supervisor of various graduating and PhD theses.

Referee for Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B and E, Physica D.

Participation to several national and international conferences, with oral contributions and posters.

Coordination of three projects for high-performance parallel computing at CINECA.

 

Research Interests:

Statistical mechanics of critical and collective phenomena:

- Analytical and numerical renormalisation methods in condensed matter physics, with special emphasis on phase transitions and quantum entanglement;
- Models and time-series analysis of synchronisation and predictability in biological processes.

 

High-performance numerical simulations inspired by Density Functional Theory.

Ambiti di ricerca
Ambiti di ricerca: 
Complessità e modelli
Informazione quantistica
Ottica quantistica e fenomeni coerenti
Superconduttori
Altri ambiti di ricerca: 
Simulazione numerica di sistemi quantistici fortemente correlati (DMRG) o con teoria del funzionale densita'