Sylvain Mogliacci started using Mathematica intensively during his doctoral research on the properties of deconfined quark matter at Bielefeld University in Germany. Since then, he has used Mathematica and the Wolfram Language for several research projects, ranging from investigations of hot and dense quark-gluon plasma thermodynamics to the development and optimization of methods for calculating Feynman diagrams. Dr. Mogliacci has interests in physics, applied mathematics, and numerical modelling. His special interests include nuclear physics, plasma physics, and number theory.
Sylvain Mogliacci has taught several courses in mathematics and physics at the upper and post-secondary levels in France. He has also taught a tutorial on Advanced Quantum Mechanics to master students at Bielefeld University in Germany.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Ph.D. in Physics, Bielefeld University, Germany
Master of Science in Physics, UCBL, Lyon, France
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