Hi, my name is Giuseppe Tumino and this is my CV. People often leave out the communicative aspect of the CV because trying to be immediately reliable and ready to work. This involves to write their skills for simple points without giving due importance to the most relevant aspects.
I’ll do it too:) but I hope you can stop a few seconds to know who I am and what I do.
As a child I showed a strong inclination for mathematic, not so much for calculation or numbers (these are computer stuff!), but because at that moment I had the chance to be put in front of a problem, that I had to solve,with more or less simple rules. From there I realized that any problems could always be divided into smaller pieces and that any complex task could be solved as the sum of simpler ones.
So I dedicated to the study of physics, more concrete and closer to what I wanted to do. Understanding a certain type of phenomenon and, most importantly, having the ability to reproduce it you can change it and to do something new and perhaps unique.
I finally found what really was looking for in computer science: The ability to create applications that can make your life easier and solve problems. I think that a good app born only from a creative idea. Also I find it very funny!
Tired of being only an employee, freelance developer!
Consultant on Accenture spa. I worked for big retail customers by managing the team of Applications Maintenance. My main tasks were the sales of IT solutions, the management of team (even remotely) and manage the relationship with the client every day.
Thesis on an experimental apparatus for the production of dipole traps for the study of Bose-Einstein condensates, at the base of the q-bits.
Thesis on “Quantum Random Walk”, with an emphasis on experimental techniques of quantum computation (yes, quantum computers!!).