I'm a postdoctoral researcher in theoretical physics (CV). This website collects some information on my research.

**Current position**: *Università di Torino & INFN*, Italy

Previous positions:

- ASC, LMU, Munich, Germany (Alexander von Humboldt fellow)
- LPTENS, ENS, Paris, France (CNRS postdoctoral researcher)
- HRI, Allahabad, and ICTS, Bangalore, India (postdoctoral researcher)
- LPTHE, Université Paris 6, Paris, France (PhD student)

Main interests:

- string field theory
- string amplitudes
- machine learning
- 2d quantum gravity
- gauged supergravity
- black holes
- random tensor models

The list below contains reviews and notes on various topics. Except those also on arxiv, none are to be considered as finished and they may contain errors.

- String (field) theory (in progress)
- 2d quantum gravity and Liouville theory
- Supergravity and Kahler geometries
- Janis-Newman algorithm (arxiv:1701.00037)
- Scalar propagators on adS space
- Classical supersymmetry (french)
- Random tensors: application to a dimer model (french)
- Introduction to Python (french, external website)

Slides:

- Machine learning for lattice QFT and string theory (2019-2020)
- Topics in string amplitudes (2019-2020)
- Machine learning for lattice QFT (2019-2020)
- 2d gravity with massive matter (2016-2017)
- NUT Black Holes in N = 2 Gauged Supergravity (2015)
- Thesis defense: Black holes in N = 2 supergravity (2015)
- Abelian hypermultiplet gaugings and BPS vacua in N = 2 supergravity (2014)

Hand-written notes:

- Effective string field theory (2020)
- Timelike Liouville quantum gravity (2019)
- Crossing symmetry in superstring theory (2018)
- Recent developments in superstring field theory (2017)
- Quantum chaos and holography (2017)
- Momentum integration in string field theory (2016)

- d = 4 N = 2 matter-coupled gauged supergravity (Mathematica package)
- Janis-Newman algorithm for d = 4 Einstein-Maxwell theory (Mathematica package)

The documents below are drafts and notes on topics I have worked on. They contain materials or remarks not published in the papers. There may be also new results or ideas that I did not pursue or could not make totally work. They can be freely used.

- Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) München
- 2017-2018: String field theory (graduate): lectures

- Université Paris 6–Pierre et Marie Curie
- 2012-2015: Numerical methods and scientific computation (first year M.Sc): tutorials, lectures.
- 2013-2014: Optics and thermodynamics for biology (second year B.Sc): tutorials.
- 2012-2013: Classical mechanics II: system dynamics (first year B.Sc): tutorials.

I use Zotero to manage my bibliography, together with the extensions Better BibTeX and Zotfile. It is a great tool to sort and find easily papers (with PDF), and one can export bibliographies to bibtex format and create "group" to share bibliographies with coworkers.

I am using Git in order to manage the evolution of my papers and notes. I have started to write an introduction to collaborative scientific writing, introducing Git in particular.