The Mathematical Beauty that led to Quantum Physics



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I obtained my PhD in “Mechanics and Advanced Engineering Sciences” on March 26th 2021.

I attained a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Mechanical engineering in 2015 and 2017 respectively, with honors from the University of Bologna.

I have also been the teaching tutor for the course of Mechanics of Machines since the academic year 2018-19 at the University of Bologna (branch of Forlì).

My passion for mathematics, physics and teaching has motivated me to lecture high school and university students.

My approach as a teacher is to prove to students that memory is less important for an engineer, mathematician, or physicist, than learning how to tackle a problem through logical reasoning. I believe that a teacher of scientific subjects should try to develop his students’ curiousity about the subject, rather than just concentrating on acquisition of knowledge, however important that may also be. Students should be encouraged to dig deeper and build on their knowledge by continually questioning it, rather than accepting everything at face value without a thorough understanding.

For enquiries (e.g. about tutoring, or advice related to the subjects spanned by my courses), you can contact me on LinkedIn, or you can post questions in my courses’ message boards.

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