Publications:

2024 - Multisiplicial chains and configuration spaces. (with Paolo Salvatore and Anibal M. Medina-Mardones) , previously On the multisimplicial cup product. (with Paolo Salvatore) [arXiv].

Preprints:

Conference Talks:

2024 Homotopy Algebras, European Talbot Workshop, Operads in deformation theory and homotopical algebra, Schleiden, 29/07-2/08.

2023 Multisimplicial chains and configuration spaces, Young Topologist meeting, Lausanne, EPFL, 24-28/07.

Invited Talks:

2023 Simplicial and multisimplicial models of configuration spaces, and their relation, Grenoble, University of Grenoble Alpes, 5/04.

Master thesis: Intersection theory for Euclidean configuration spaces.(with Paolo Salvatore and Anna Maria Fino)

Bachelor thesis: Generalization of Alexander-Whitney map to Multisimplicial Sets. (with Paolo Salvatore)

Conferences, Schools, Workshops & and Ph.D. course participation:

2024 Operadic Methods in Geometry II, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord and at the École Normale Supérieure de Paris, Paris, 8-10/10.

2024 Combinatorial Algebraic Topology and Applications II, University of Pisa, Pisa, 1-4/10.

2024 Young Topologist meeting, University of Münster, Munster 5-9/08.

2024 European Talbot Workshop, Operads in deformation theory and homotopical algebra, Schleiden, 29/07-2/08.

2023 Combinatorial Algebraic Topology and Applications, Pisa, 27-28/11.

2023 Algebraic K-Theory and Redshift, Fall school, Mainz, 18-22/09.

2023 Young Topologist meeting, EPFL, Lausanne 24-28/07.

2023 Data Geometry and Deep learning, Ph.D. course, University of Roma 'La Sapienza'. Final talk: Graph Neural Networks generalized to simplicial complexes.

2022 Complex Geometry, Reading group, as lecturer and student, University of Turin.

2021 Homology and homotopy of configuration spaces, Conference, 15-19/11, University of Copenhagen.

2021 Graph-complexes, operads, and embedding spaces, Ph.D. Course, University of Rome 'Tor Vergata'.

2018 New Trends in Geometry and Topology, MIMS Summer School, 09-13/07, Tunis.

". . . geometry is the art of reasoning well from badly drawn figures; however, these figures, if they are not to deceive us, must satisfy certain conditions; the proportions may be grossly altered, but the relative positions of the different parts must not be upset."

Henri Poincaré