Computational Physics

Computational Physics


The research activity covers the study of atomic-scale phenomena both from the structural and dynamical point of view. The aim is to complement experiment by providing a realistic description of the mechanisms occurring on the atomic and nanometer scale


My research interests are in the theory and numerical simulation of magnetically confined fusion plasmas. Most of it focus on the problem of anomalous transport caused by small scale turbulence. The problem involves massively parallel code development


Theoretical and computational physics of Dirac fermion materials (graphene and topological insulators) with strong emphasis on their prospective technological applications.