On this page you can learn more about me, my career and my hobbies.
Hi, I’m Stefano
I am PhD student in Theoretical Physics at the University of Pavia (Italy) under the supervision of Prof. Chiara Macchiavello, in the Quantum Information Theory (QUIT) group.
My PhD research project is focused on Quantum Computing, and in particular to one of its most prominent application, Quantum Machine Learning. Broadly speaking, I’m very interested in topics which lies in the intersection between Quantum Computing and Theoretical Computer Science.
For more details, visit the Research page!
I was born in Puglia, a wonderful region (go check it out) in the southern part of Italy. After High School, I moved to Trieste to study Physics in the University of Triste, where I obtained my Bachelor degree in Physics, and my Master degree in Theoretical Physics, both with full marks. Right after (i.e. now), I moved to Pavia (near Milan) where I’m pursuing my PhD on Quantum Computing.
- PhD student on Quantum Computing, University of Pavia (Italy), 2019-ongoing
- MSc in Theoretical Physics, University of Trieste (Italy), 2017-2019
- BSc in Physics, University of Trieste (Italy), 2014-2017
Apart for academic stuff, I am a slow travel lover and mountain enthusiast. I love hiking and rock climbing, reading books and playing guitar, making videos and trying to help people in living in a more environmentally sustainable way.
You can find more in the Personal page.