andrea’s academic cv
- Gravity Mediated Entanglement between Oscillators as Quantum Superposition of Geometries, Ofek Bengyat, Andrea Di Biagio, Markus Aspelmeyer, Marios Christodoulou. 2309.16312
- Relating Wigner’s Friend scenarios to Nonclassical Causal Compatibility, Monogamy Relations, and Fine Tuning, Yìlè Yīng, Marina Maciel Ansanelli, Andrea Di Biagio, Elie Wolfe, Eric Gama Cavalcanti. 2309.12987
- On the consistency of relative facts, Eric G. Cavalcanti, Andrea Di Biagio, Carlo Rovelli. 2305.07343 and European Journal for Philosophy of Science 13
- Relativistic locality can imply subsystem locality, Andrea Di Biagio, Richard Howl, Časlav Brukner, Carlo Rovelli, Marios Christodoulou. 2305.05645
- Gravity entanglement, quantum reference systems, degrees of freedom, Marios Christodoulou, Andrea Di Biagio, Richard Howl, Carlo Rovelli. 2207.03138 and Classical and Quantum Gravity 40
- Photonic Implementation of Quantum Gravity Simulator, Emanuele Polino, Beatrice Polacchi, Davide Poderini, Iris Agresti, Gonzalo Carvacho, Fabio Sciarrino, Andrea Di Biagio, Carlo Rovelli, Marios Christodoulou. 2207.03138
- Locally mediated entanglement through gravity from first principles, Marios Christodoulou, Andrea Di Biagio, Markus Aspelmeyer, Časlav Brukner, Carlo Rovelli, Richard Howl. 2202.03368 and Physical Review Letters 130
- Relational Quantum Mechanics is about Facts, not States: A reply to Pienaar and Brukner, Andrea Di Biagio, Carlo Rovelli. 2110.03610 and Foundations of Physics 52
- The arrow of time in operational formulations of quantum theory, Andrea Di Biagio, Pietro Donà, Carlo Rovelli. 2010.05734 and Quantum 5
- An experiment to test the discreteness of time, Marios Christodoulou, Andrea Di Biagio, Pierre Martin-Dussaud. 2007.08431 and Quantum 6
- Stable Facts, Relative Facts, Andrea Di Biagio, Carlo Rovelli. 2006.15543 and Foundations of Physics 52
- When does relativistic locality imply subsystem locality?, invited talk at RQI Circuit Vienna on 2023-11-10. (slides) (video)
- Relative Facts, Relational Quantum Mechanics, invited seminar at Ateliers du LKB on 2023-10-05. (slides)
- Is locality from the spectrum physically relevant?, contributed talk at Kefalonia Foundations 2023 workshop on 2023-09-11.
- Integrated Information Theory and Wigner’s Friend, invited panel talk at Wigner’s Friends: Theory Workshop on 2022-12-02. (slides)
- Assessing Ted Jacobson’s work: Entanglement equilibirum and the Einstein field equations, contributed talk at Kefalonia Foundations 2022 workshop on 2022-09-17.
- Relative Facts, Relational Quantum Mechanics, invited lightning talk at QISS 2022 Conference on 2022-06-08. (slides) (video)
- What can low energy quantum systems teach us about space and time?, my PhD viva at Sapienza University of Rome on 2022-02-22 at 2pm. (slides)
- The arrow of time in operational formulations of quantum theory, contributed talk at Time in Quantum Theory Workshop 2021 in ETH Zurich on 2021-09-01. (slides)
- Low energy QG experiments, invited lecture at the LQG Summer School 2021 on 2021-06-25. (slides) (video)
- What is the place of agents in physics?, conversation starter for the QISS Impressionistic Seminar on 2021-03-04. (slides)
- Can we think timelessly about causation?, seminar at the Perimeter Institute Quantum Foundations Seminar on 2020-12-10. (slides) (video)
- Can we think timelessly about causation?, seminar at the OIST Qubits and Spacetime Unit Seminar on 2020-12-04. (slides) (video)
- Why nobody understands quantum physics, invited outreach lecture the Yoga with Anysa on 2020-10-10. (slides) (video)
- 2022-present: postdoc in Marios Christodoulou’s group at IQOQI Vienna.
- 2018-2022: PhD in physics at Sapienza University of Rome, under the supervision of profs Giovanni Montani and Carlo Rovelli. thesis title: What can low energy quantum systems teach us about space and time? (pdf) graduated with honours.
- 2014-2016: MSc in applied mathematics at Imperial College London. passed with distinction. project title: Asymptotic self-similarity in the Mandelbrot set (pdf), supervised by Dr Trevor Clark.
- 2009-2013: MSci in physics and theoretical physics at Imperial College London (and also a bit at King’s College London). project title: Spacetime from causal structure (pdf), supervised by prof Fay Dowker, and in collaboration with Jack Jelfs. graduated with first class honours.
- 1997-2009: Bacalauréat général scientifique at Lycée Chateaubriand de Rome. graduated with honours
prizes for academic excellence: Ken Allen Prize (2013), Gloucester Research Ltd Prize (2011), Dillon prize (2009), and Wilkins prize (2009).
- 2022-present: organising and hosting the QISS Virtual Seminars. watch them on youtube
- 2022-2023: organiser of the QISS 2023 research school.
- 2022: organiser of the QISS@Western conference. see the recordings on youtube.
- 2021: teaching assistant in Calculus II in the Civil and Industrial Engineering Department at Sapienza University. prepared 11 problem sets and a mock exam for the course, and explained the solutions in class. download the exercises and solutions (in italian)
- fluent: italian, english, french
- intermediate: spanish, python, mathematica
- basic: finnish, german, GNU octave, matlab, C/C++