I am Postdoctoral Associate in the
Computational Structure and Galaxy Formation Group at the MIT Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research.
My research interests lie in the broad field of galaxy formation and evolution. I worked on a variety of science topics
in this field and in particular on the following research areas:
- The disc-halo connection in star-forming galaxies;
- Formation and evolution of disc galaxies in cosmological simulations;
- Magnetic fields in cosmological simulations and their role in galaxy evolution.
The main driver behind my research work is to achieve a better understanding of how the evolution of galaxies –
and in particular disc galaxies – and their environment is influenced by their mutual interplay.
In this website you can find information and links about my work, my CV and contact information.