Riccardo Maria Bianchi

  • Postdoctoral Associate
off-site researcher based at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
riccardomaria.bianchi@pitt.edu

Research

Riccardo Maria Bianchi is a Postdoctoral Associate at the University of Pittsburgh. He is based at CERN, in Geneva (Switzerland), where he works on the ATLAS experiment.

His research interests extend across Supersymmetry, model-independent searches for new physics, interactive data visualization, development of scientific software, computational physics, parallel computing, muon detectors, data acquisition. More details can be found on Riccardo's website.

He contributed to the textbook "Applied Computational Physics", by Prof. Joe Boudreau and Prof. Eric Swanson, published by Oxford University Press.

Riccardo Maria Bianchi's publications:

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