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My primary research encompasses fluid mechanics, soft matter and applied physics, with focus on phenomena at the fluid interface, including active systems and macroscopic analogs of quantum phenomena.

I am fascinated by the possibility of exploring fundamental questions in physics by working on relatively simple, table-top experiments. My research approach also benefits from mathematical modelling and continuous collaboration with theoreticians.

Past and current collaborators

Riccardo Barberi, Università della Calabria

Martine Ben Amar, École Normale Supérieure - PSL

John W. M. Bush, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Gabriella Cipparrone, Università della Calabria

Yves Couder, Université Paris Diderot

Antonin Eddi, ESPCI Paris Tech

Maria P. De Santo, Università della Calabria

Jörn Dunkel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Emmanuel Fort, ESPCI - Paris Tech

Daniel M. Harris, Brown University

Luiz M. Faria, INRIA, France

Jean-Benoît Le Cam, Institut de Physique de Rennes

Giuseppe Lombardo, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

Marco Lombardo, Vision Engineering Italy

Anand U. Oza, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Pedro J. Sáenz, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Arnaud Saint-Jalmes, Institut de Physique de Rennes

Nilgun Sungar, California Polytechnic State University

Carlo Versace, Università della Calabria

Research highlights
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