I am now a research associate in the Pavan Lab at Polito in Torino working on the rational design of (supra)molecular materials.
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 syntheis.