The goal of my research is to explore theoretical frontiers in the field of far from equilibrium strongly interacting quantum many body systems. This is a rapidly growing area at the interface of different branches of physics, from condensed matter to atomic physics, from quantum optics to nano-science, up to high energy physics. Motivated by a number of recent experimental breakthroughs in controlling and probing quantum matter under strong non-equilibrium conditions, this research aims to understand the basic principles ruling the collective behavior of highly excited nonequilibrium quantum many body systems, from correlated electrons under intense optical excitations to strongly non-linear hybrid light-matter systems, from ultracold quantum gases to quantum nano-devices.

For more specific information on my research, have a look to my publications and to some recent talks I gave.

Here a wordle version of my research summary.


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