Research Area: FIS/02 - Fisica Teorica, Modelli e Metodi Matematici
My research interests lie at the interface between statistical mechanics, condensed matter physics, quantum information, and mathematical physics. In my research I combine theoretical tools borrowed from these areas with state-of-the-art numerical methods. The goal is to study universal aspects of highly-entangled quantum many-body systems both at equilibrium and out-of-equilibrium. An important general aim of my research is to characterize how statistical mechanics and thermodynamics emerge from the out-of-equilibrium dynamics of isolated quantum systems.
- Entanglement gap in 1D long-range quantum spherical models 
- Entanglement in the quantum spherical model: a review 
- Entanglement negativity in a fermionic chain with dissipative defects: exact results 
- Logarithmic negativity in out-of-equilibrium open free-fermion chains: An exactly solvable case 
- Dissipative quasiparticle picture for quadratic Markovian open quantum systems