I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Cooper Group at the Leverhulme Research Centre for Functional Materials Design, University of Liverpool. My research integrates computational differential and discrete geometry to tackle challenges in materials science and statistical learning. Holding a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Liverpool, with a background in mathematical sciences, I focus on the development of geometric methodologies for Crystal Structure Prediction workflows. My research aims to uncover geometric principles underlying molecular assembly processes and apply these insights to the targeted design of materials. By employing advanced computational techniques, I strive to bridge molecular dynamics and practical applications in material design through purely geometric modeling.

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Current projects

Crystallisation via electrostatic interactions with Andrew I Cooper (University of Liverpool) and  Xenofon Evangelopoulos (University of Liverpool) and VItaliy Kurlin (University of Liverpool).

Integral Formulae for Solutions of PDEs with Constant Coefficients and Their Integrability with Roland Púček (University of Jena).

Geometry-Informed Programming: From Statistical Manifolds to Hard Packings of van der Waals Models with Andrew I Cooper (University of Liverpool), Xenofon Evangelopoulos (University of Liverpool), Chengxi Zhao (University of Liverpool) and VItaliy Kurlin (University of Liverpool).

Exploring the Duality between Geometric Networks and Stochastic Learning Machines through the Lens of the Crystallisation Conjecture with Roland Púček (University of Jena).

Seriation fusion from multiple local and complete orderings with Xenofon Evangelopoulos (Univeristy of Liverpool) and Tingting Mu (University of Manchester).