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I am a PhD student in the TqT group since January 2017.
I've completed my undergraduate M.Sc. (Physics) at Università della Calabria (Italy) in 2016 under the supervision of Prof. Francesco Plastina.
My main research interests is related to the dynamics of quantum many-body systems out of equilibrium, ranging from ultra-cold atomic gasses in optical lattice to micro-scale and nano-scale solid state devices. My principal approach to describe such exotic systems relies on the non-equilibrium Green’s function approach together with new many-body perturbation theory.
In a recent work we have studied the anomalous dynamics of an interacting many-body system trapped in lattice with non-trivial geometry. We have found that the interplay between the strength of the interaction and the amplitude of the optical potential can lead to anomalous propagation properties of the system.
Francesco Plastina (Università degli studi della Calabria, Cosenza, Italy)
Jacopo Settino (Università degli studi della Calabria, Cosenza, Italy)