I’m Leonardo Pacciani-Mori /leo'nardo pat'tʃani 'mɔːri/, a PhD student in Physics at the University of Padua. I work in the LIPh lab under the supervision of Prof. Amos Maritan. I am also currently appointed as Fellow of the Department of Physics at Harvard University, working in Prof. Murray’s group under the supervision of Dr. Andrea Giometto.
I work in the broad field of biological physics: I use methods and approaches characteristic of statistical physics to create models of biological and living systems.
My current main research interest is the study of how adaptation in consumer-resource models can help us understand better how microbial systems works, ranging from the dynamics of a single microbe to the coexistence of several species in one community.
My work at a glance
Below is a network representing my publications and collaborators; the color of each node specifies if it represents co-authors, preprints, publications or theses (in this case co-authors are supervisors). Hover and click on each node for more information, or drag them around to change the network's shape:
Here, on the other hand, you can find a map of all the places where I've given a talk; the color of each marker specifies if it represents an invited talk, a contributed talk or a poster (click any marker for more information). Click any cluster to zoom and expand it: