Matteo Bellitti Hear my name
Postdoctoral Associate
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Computational Biomedicine

Matteo is a physics PhD with 7+ years of quantitative research experience. His research focus has been classical and quantum computation, superconductivity, and machine learning (computer vision). He have taught data visualization and physics to high school and college students. He worked mostly in Python, with experience in Julia and C.

As a researcher, he have published several papers in prestigious journals, exploring the dynamics and properties of superfluids, superconductors, and Higgs oscillations. He have also trained computer vision models for general and medical imaging, applying deep learning and convolutional neural networks. As an educator, He have designed and delivered interactive and engaging Jupyter notebooks and live coding sessions, helping students to learn and apply data visualization and physics concepts. He is passionate about advancing the frontiers of science and technology, and he is eager to collaborate with and learn from diverse and talented teams.

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