perhaps you will not only have some appreciation of this culture; it is even possible that you may want to join in the greatest adventure the human kind has never begun - Feynman, "Lectures on physics"
In my github, you find the code and packages I developed for the projects I worked on. In addition, there are some tangential repos for linux users, gamers and arxiv readers.
It is common practice to read the Arxiv periodically, checking the same sections, the same keywords, and the same authors. For this reason, I have written this Python script. Together with a little HTML, it checks the latest on the Arxiv based on sections, keywords and authors of choice. It uses Flask to query the Arxiv API and it shows the results in a no-fuss HTML page. It includes collapsible abstracts and links to the articles.
I am glad to say I have joined the group of Oleksandr Kyriienko (QuDOS) as postdoctoral research fellow. I will dive into quantum topological data analysis, a graph-theory approach to data that we hope to advance with quantum subroutines and quantum machine learning.
If you are here for tutorials of any kind, this is what you are looking for -> teaching.
Hi, welcome to my little space. I am Stefano Scali, a former carpenter, tech merchandiser, motocross rider, cyclist, gamer and many others. For the past years, a wannabe physicist. I did my Bachelor's in physics in Siena, an amazing medieval town in the south of Tuscany, I migrated to Cambridge for my Master's in physics and I finally moved to Exeter for my PhD in quantum thermodynamics. Here, I joined the Quantum Non-Equilibrium Group supervised by Prof Janet Anders.
This is a project emerged from the desire of creating something personal and new or maybe only personal. I hope I will dedicate part of my spare time to write about physics, related and less so but this will require a little patience. So, relax and enjoy, il dolce far niente is the philosophy behind this page.