andrew tarzia : about me

I am now a research fellow (RTD-a; funded by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR)) in the Pavan Lab at Politecnico di Torino working on the rational design of (supra)molecular materials. You can find information about my publications on Kudos.

I worked as a postdoc in the Jelfs Materials Group at Imperial College London on the development of software and methods for the efficient screening of coordination cages and other (supra)molecular materials.

I carried out my PhD at the University of Adelaide in Australia as a member of the Huang and Sumby-Doonan research groups and with support from the CSIRO. I studied the use of high-throughput methods to explore the chemical space of functional porous materials.

I am actively developing open-source codes and databases for molecular materials discovery. My research focusses on the side-by-side workflows of experimental and computational chemists toward high-success materials synthesis.