Davide Bianchi joined the University as a fixed-term researcher (RTD-A) in the fall 2021.
After obtaining his PhD in Physics, Astrophysics and Applied Physics in 2014 at UniMi, he spent four years at the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation (Portsmouth, UK) and three years at the Institut de Ciències del Cosmos (Barcelona, Spain), as a postdoctoral fellow.
He is a cosmologist studying the large-scale structure of the Universe. His research is mainly oriented toward conception and development of theoretical and numerical tools for galaxy clustering analysis. His interests/expertises include the development of new clustering estimators, the modelling of redshift-space distortions and the statistical treatment of observational systematics in galaxy redshift surveys.
He is a member of Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) Collaboration.