I am an associate professor in mathematical physics (MAT/07) at the Department of Physics of the University of Pavia.

My research interests are manifold spanning different branches of theoretical phyiscs and applied mathematics, although most of my works focus on the mathemetical aspects of classical and quantum field theory.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of topics, that I like most :

- Algebraic Quantum Field Theory and all its ramifications (more infos here)
- Quantum Field Theory on Curved Spacetimes (black holes, Hawking radiation, holography…)
- Renormalization and its applications to Stochastic Partial Differential Equations
- The Mathematical Formulation of gauge theories
- Microlocal Analysis and its applications in Quantum Field Theory

## Postdoc Fellows

- Hugo Ferreira (INFN Fellow), 10/2015 — 09/2017
- Nicolò Drago (UniPv Fellow), 01/2017 — 12/2018
- Lissa de Souza Campos (UniPv Fellow), 12/2021 — 11/2022

## My PhD Students

The more you teach, the better you learn.

- Marco Benini (2011 — 2014)

Title of the thesis: “*Locality in Abelian gauge theories over globally hyperbolic spacetimes*“ - Gabriele Nosari (2013 — 2016)

Title of the thesis: “*Local approach to Casimir effect in axiomatic quantum field theory“* - Simone Murro (2014 — 2016)

Title of the thesis: “Quantum States on the algebra of observables for Dirac fields”

Co-supervisor at the University of Regensburg (supervisor: Prof. Felix Finster) - Francesco Bussola (2015 — 2018)

Title of the thesis: “*Hadamard states and tunnelling effects for a BTZ black hole“* - Alessio Marta (2018 — 2021)

Title of the thesis: “*A Propagation of Singularities Theorem and a well-posedness Result for the Klein-Gordon Equation on Asymptotically Anti de Sitter Spacetimes with general Boundary Conditions*“

Co-supervisor at the University of Milan (supervisor: Prof. Livio Pizzocchero) - Paolo Rinaldi (2018 — 2021)

Title of thesis: “*A novel Perturbative Approach to Stochastic Partial Differential Equations*“ - Lissa de Souza Campos (2018 — 2021)

Title of thesis: “*Probing thermal effects on static spacetimes with Unruh-DeWitt detectors*“ - Federico Sclavi (2019 — 2022)

In preparation - Alberto Bonicelli (2021 — 2024)

In preparation - Luca Sinibialdi (2021 — 2024)

In preparation

## My Collaborations

I am greatly endebted to my collaborators across the Universe. Here are the webpages of some of them

Benito A. Juárez Aubry

Matteo Capoferri

Nicolò Drago

Felix Finster

Igor Khavkine

Valter Moretti

Simone Murro

Nicola Pinamonti

Paolo Rinaldi

Alexander Schenkel

Lorenzo Zambotti