Junior Analyst March 2016 -- current
at Prometeia SpA Bologna
In the Data Analysis Service I take part in the development and maintenance of the codebase producing the data for our clients. My duties include:
- Structuring and development of the financial numerical modelling code
- Implementation of new state-of-the-art price and risk models
- Development of the MonteCarlo library (C++) for stochastic models
- Feasibility analysis of new projects/services by studying pilot test cases
PhD, Physics 2011 -- 2015
at RWTH Aachen/Forschungszentrum Juelich
Thesis: "First-principles investigations of electronic and transport properties of nanoferronics tunnel junctions"
- Used complex numerical quantum mechanical models to investigate relevant systems for spintronic technology
- Investigated numerically the electronic transport properties of multiferroic tunnel junctions (Fe/BaTiO_3, Sr_2FeMoO_6/BaTiO_3, Ag/GeTe)
- Explored numerically the fundamental physics of strong correlations on the electronic properties of multiferroic materials
- Designed a new kind of tunnel device based on switchable spin currents in bulk based on the interplay between ferroelectricity and spin-orbit coupling
- Employed advanced single body and many body quantum mechanical techniques like DFT, cRPA, Green function based approaches
- Made numerical simulations experience on both small clusters and big supercomputers
- Contributed to internationally renown conferences
Master of Science 2008 -- 2010
at University of Parma - Grade: 110/110 cum laude
Thesis: "Doping mechanisms of ZnO thin films by ab-initio calculations"
- Investigated numerically the optical properties of doped ZnO:Al nanowires for application in photovoltaic technology
- Modelled the optimal level of Al doping for the best device performances
Bachelor of Science 2005 -- 2008
at University of Parma - Grade: 106/110
Thesis: "Heat conduction in spin systems: numerical methods"
- Studied numerically MonteCarlo techniques in solving heat transport problems in Ising systems
- Developed a Monte arlo simulation code in Matlab
Teaching assistant 2013 (Winter semester): Computational Solid-State Physics course
at RWTH Aachen
In the course consisting of a theoretical and a practical part, held the practical part. Work involved theaching how to use the available simulation software and techniques for a correct determination of the problem solution. Given and corrected student homeworks for the final evaluation of the course.
Italian - Mothertongue
English - Fluent
Python, C, C++, Fortran, Matlab, LaTeX, Bash
Unix, Linux, Microsoft Windows
- Neroni A. et al., Switchable spin-current in a non-magnetic-metal/ferroelectric tunnel junction, In Preparation
- Neroni A. et al., First-principles calculation of the effective on-site Coulomb interaction parameters for Sr$_2$ABO$_6$ (A=Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, and B=Mo, W) double perovskites, In Preparation
- Bhobe P. A. et al., Electronic Structure Evolution across the Peierls Metal-Insulator Transition in a Correlated Ferromagnet, Physical Review X, 5 041004, 2015
- Bazzani M. et al., Optoelectronic properties of Al:ZnO: Critical dosage for an optimal transparent conductive oxide, Applied Physics Letters, 98 121907, 2011
Presentations at conferences
2015 - Seminar on Oxide Spintronics: Novel Material, Transport and Emerging Phenomena -- Bad Honnef, Germany -- Poster
2014 - ETFS Workshop on Electronic Excitations -- Zaragoza, Spain -- Oral Presentation
2014 - DPG Spring Meeting -- Dresden, Germany -- Oral Presentation
2013 - DPG Spring Meeting -- Regensburg, Germany -- Oral Presentation
2013 - Surface and interfaces: from topological insulators to oxide interfaces -- Tel Aviv, Israel -- Poster
2012 - Joint European Magnetic Symposia -- Parma, Italy -- Poster
2012 - DPG Spring Meeting -- Berlin, Germany -- Oral Presentation
2011 - 15th International Workshop on Computational Physics and Materials Science: Total energy and Force Methods -- Trieste, Italy -- Poster
2014 - GPU Programming, Focused on the use of CUDA, OpenACC, Thrust -- Forschungszentrum Juelich
2013 - Scientific Python, Python course focused on NumPy and SciPy -- Forschungszentrum Juelich
2013 - International School of Oxide Electronics -- Cargèse, France
2012 - IFOX Summer School on oxides and oxide interfaces -- Guendolfingen, Germany
2011 - Psi-k/CECAM Graduate School in Electronic Structure Methods -- Oxford Univ., England
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