About

I’m a machine learning engineer at Ideal where I use my expertise to help companies to hire employees making choices based on data-driven decisions. I have a background in experimental high-energy physics. Previously, I’ve been a Research Assistant at University of Toronto, Canada and University of Bologna, Italy. I have been a member of the CERN ATLAS experiment from 2006 to 2019. During that time I studied Top quarks and also searched without much success for Supersymmetry and Black Holes, but I’ve learned a lot in the process. I’m also enthusiastic about Quantum Computing.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. I found your “The LHC @ home: How to build an electromagnet” post very helpful. It helped me in doing my UG Coursework Project in using electromagnets for controlling properties of Magneto Rheological Fluids.

    Thank you very much 🙂

  2. Hi, I thought you’d be interested in a new group organized for quantum advocacy: qhelpweb.com
    I expect to be getting a fair amount of attention for the campaign, but am only beginning to introduce it.
    Thanks!

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