During my PhD I have worked on the quantum theory of strong interactions, in the team of Prof. Stefano Forte, where I have studied photon emission in hadron colliders. After my PhD I spend one year in the group of Prof. David Kosower at the institut de physique theorique (CEA-Saclay). In 2012 I joined the lab of Prof. Massimiliano Esposito at the university of Luxembourg, where I worked on stochastic thermodynamics and the energetic cost of information processing. In 2014 I made a transition to neuroscience by joining the Centre for Developmental Neurobiology at King’s College London where I worked in the groups of Dr. QueeLim Ch’ng and Dr. Martin Meyer. In April 2020 I have obtained a Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellowship to join the lab of Prof. David DiGregorio, Synaptic and Circuit Dynamics. In my recent activity I have focused on the application of information theory and statistical inference to large-scale biological data.
Statistical inference of synaptic and circuit models
Computational modeling of cerebellar cortical circuit dynamics with dynamic synapses
Computational implications of functional synaptic diversity – a formalized hypothesis. Precise neural representations of “time” are essential for well-timed behaviors , but the cellular and circuit mechanisms are largely unknown. We previously showed that […]