Simone Taioli

  • ECT* Senior Researcher
  • +39 0461 314732

Simone Taioli is a senior scientist at ECT*. He graduated summa cum laude in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Bologna (2000). Dr. Taioli received two PhDs, one in Nuclear Engineering (Bologna, 2004) for the development of a theoretical method to simulate Auger spectra of molecules and solids and a second in Physics (University of Trento, 2013) for the study of nucleosynthesis of chemical elements in evolved stars using typical methods of atomic and condensed matter physics. As a post-doc he conducted research fellowships at UCL (London, UK) and at the University of Sheffield, where he worked on the first-principles simulation of electronic, optical and thermodynamic properties of materials even under extreme conditions. He has also held several visiting positions at the Sorbonne Université, Charles University in Prague, the École Normal Supérieure de Lyon, UCL, Gdańsk University of Technology, and the University of Murcia. Dr. Taioli received five habilitations as Associate and Full Professor of Chemistry and Condensed Matter Physics in both France and Italy. He also held professorships at the Peter the Great Polytechnic University of St. Petersburg and the Gdansk University of Technology. He taught courses in many-body physics and scattering theory.

His current research interests range from the development of novel computational many-body techniques for the study of condensed matter systems to relativistic methods for estimating nuclear decay in astrophysical scenarios and hadron therapy for curing cancer.


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