Carlo recently completed a PhD in biomedical sciences at Curtin University. His PhD focused on developing computational models to predict the activity of small biomolecules using Newtonian mechanics simulations and enhanced sampling molecular dynamics. With a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in chemistry, he complements technical-scientific knowledge with the flexible suite of software development and mathematical modelling skills he developed in his PhD.
After his graduation, he worked as a data scientist in the geochemical analysis world, developing new protocols for fast processing of mass and optical-emission spectroscopy data along with interactive tools for effective quality control.
He joined the CIC as a data scientist in January 2022 to collaborate with research and industry partners in order to identify and employ value-adding data analytics techniques.
His key competencies include:
- Data Mining and Curation
- Statistical Analysis
- Data Visualisation