Thomas Tarenzi

After my bachelor in Chemistry from the University of Parma, I obtained my master in Chemistry of Biomolecules from the University of Florence. During my master Thesis, I worked on the investigation of intrinsically disordered proteins by means of innovative and specifically-tailored NMR experiments.

In my Ph.D., I was recipient of a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship in the framework of the European Joint Doctorate HPC-LEAP (High-Performance Computing in Life Sciences, Engineering and Physics). I conducted the research in the Department of Physics of RWTH Aachen University (Aachen, Germany) and The Cyprus Institute (Nicosia, Cyprus). This highly interdisciplinary project consisted in the development of a hybrid multiscale molecular dynamics scheme for the investigation of low-resolution membrane protein/ligand complexes of pharmaceutical relevance.

Since May 2019 I have been working as a post-doctoral researcher in the VARIAMOLS research group in the Department of Physics of the University of Trento, where I am exploring the potentialities of new multiscale schemes for the characterization of biologically relevant macromolecules.

My CV is available here.