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July 1, 2008, Ph.D. in Physics, Scuola Normale Superiore - Pisa, with full marks and honours (70/70 cum laude). Thesis: “Quantum Information transfer over Quantum Channels”. Supervisors: Prof. R. Fazio, V. Giovannetti.
April 21, 2005, Master in Physics, Physics Department, Catania University, with full marks and honours (110/110 cum Laude); GPA: 30/30 cum Laude (in all exams). Thesis: “Optimal Eavesdropping in Quantum Cryptography”, after a semester in Pavia. Supervisors: Prof. C. Macchiavello, Prof. R. Fazio, Dr. G. Piccitto.
July 15, 2005, Diploma of Licenza, Scuola Superiore of Catania (University School of Excellence for Higher Education), with full marks and honours (70/70 cum Laude); GPA: 30/30 cum Laude. Thesis: “Storing Quantum Information via Atomic Dark Resonances”. Supervisor: Prof. F.S. Cataliotti.
Positions and professional qualifications
01/07/2015-30/06/2018, Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Physics Dept., University of Florence, Italy.
11/12/2013-11/12/2019, National Scientific Habilitation as Associate Professor, awarded by the Italian Ministry of Educ., Univ. & Res. (MIUR). Scientific Area: FIS/03–02/B2 Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics.
01/05/2012-30/04/2015, Assistant Professor (current position) as FIRB-MIUR PI, jointly among Physics Dept., LENS, and QSTAR Center for Quantum Science and Technology, University of Florence, Italy.
01/11/2011-30/04/2012, EU Marie Curie Career Integration (FP7-PEOPLE-2011-CIG) Grant (293449) Researcher, European Laboratory of Non-Linear Spectroscopy (LENS), University of Florence, Italy.
01/11/2009-31/10/2011, EU Marie Curie Intra European (FP7-PEOPLE-IEF-2008) Postdoctoral Fellow, grant 235086, Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Ulm, Germany. Supervisor: Prof. M.B. Plenio.
01/10/2008-31/10/2009, Research Associate in Quantum Information Theory, Quantum Optics and Laser Science Group, Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Imperial College London, UK. Supervisor: Prof. M.B. Plenio.
Awards and Fellowships
2015 Physics Award, Accademia dei Lincei, Roma, with the President of the Italian Republic (Sergio Mattarella).
2012-2015 National PI of Future in Research (FIRB) project (No. RBFR10M3SB), by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR), at Department of Physics and Astronomy, Florence Univ., Italy.
2011-2015 EU Marie Curie Career Integration Grant Individual Fellowship, LENS, Florence, Italy.
2009-2011 EU Marie Curie Intra European Individual Fellowship, Inst. Theo. Phys., Ulm Univ., Germany.
2006, 1) Award as the best young researcher in Physics by Italian Physical Society, and 2) “Ettore Majorana” Award as the best young researcher in Theoretical Physics (Majorana’s birth centennial) by Rotary International.
2005-2008 Highly selective PhD Fellowship of Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy.
2000-2005 ’Higher Education University’ highly selective scholarship of Scuola Superiore of Catania, Italy.
1996-2000 Award-winning participation to Regional Chemistry Olympiads, National Mathematics Olympiads (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy), and National Physics Olympiads with related Summer School of Physics.
Filippo Caruso's full CV in English at this link
Filippo Caruso's CV in English at this link
Quantum Effects in Atomic and Molecular (Biological) Systems, Quantum Transport Phenomena, Noisy Quantum System Dynamics, Computational Physics, Quantum Random Walks, Quantum Information Science, Noise Correlations, Entanglement, Quantum Optics and Communication, Complex Systems and Network Theory
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