I’m Leonardo Pacciani-Mori /leo'nardo pa'tʃːani 'mɔːri/, a postdoctoral researcher in the Hwa lab at the University of California, San Diego.
I am a statistical physicist by training but I work at the interface of biological physics, microbial ecology and bacterial physiology. In particular, I study the constraints imposed by proteome allocation that bacteria have to satisfy in order to grow, and the effects that they have on population dynamics and the ecology of microbial communities.
My work at a glance
On the map
Here is a map of all the places where I have either given an invited or a contributed talk, presented a poster, attended an event, or spent a significant period (click any marker for more information). In case of an online meeting, the marker is located in the place where the meeting has been organized. Click any cluster to zoom and expand it.
As a network
Below is a network representing my publications and collaborations; 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: