I gave a (remote) guest lecture on quantum information science to Waseda University students attending the course of “Introduction to Information Society and Science”.
Our article on PT-symmetric Liouvillian dynamics in the XYZ model has been published in Physical Review B.
I joined full time the Unitary Fund, a non-profit organization working with open source in the quantum computing ecosystem.
Just before leaving Japan, I gave a talk at the Tokyo Python Society Club.
I wrote an article about open-source software in science for the Italian online newspaper Linkiesta.
I was invited to Google AI Quantum in Los Angeles, where I gave a seminar on “Cooperative mechanisms in quantum physics and in its open-source community”.
In September 2019, I co-founded the Association of Italian Researchers in Japan (AIRJ) for which I am acting as vice president.