Daniele was born in 1990 in Rome, Italy. He got a Bachelor's degree in Physics at the University of Rome Tor Vergata in 2009, and then graduated in the same University with a Master's degree in Physics in 2018, with a thesis on the theoretical analysis of the deformation of a bacterial droplet in a shearing emulsion. During his Master he also attended Bayreuth University in Germany for one year of study abroad.
His research interests lie in the field of fluid dynamics. He is particularly interested in the use of computational methods (lattice Boltzmann algorithms) to simulate all kinds of microfluidics systems, mainly active matter systems, emulsions, and complex turbulent flows. Outside physics, he loves reading and playing board games.
Daniele has been selected for the position of ESR10 with joint degree awarding institutions the Bergische Universitaet Wuppertal (BUW), Università degli studi di Ferrara (UNIFE) and University of Cyprus (UCY). The project entitled "Algorithms for Relativistic Lattice Boltzmann" is supervised by Prof. Matthias Ehrhardt, Prof. Raffaele Tripiccione, and Prof. Constantia Alexandrou.