Welcome to my personal webpage! My name is Ezequiel Ferrero. I’m a researcher in the areas of Statistical Mechanics and Condensed Matter Physics. My work is primarily related to Non-Equilibrium classical Statistical Physics, Phase Transitions and Driven Disordered Systems. I’m also quite interested in computational techniques in physics, in particular, on GPU parallel approaches and Machine Learning.
I was born and raised in Córdoba (Argentina). I defended my PhD Thesis in my hometown at FaMAF UNC in February 2011 under the advice of Sergio Cannas. From April 2011 to April 2013 I was a CONICET postdoc fellow at the Solid State Theory Group at Centro Atómico Bariloche, working with Alejandro Kolton and Sebastian Bustingorry. Starting on May 2013 I have worked for almost four years as a postdoc at Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Physique in Grenoble (France) in the PSM group leaded by Jean-Louis Barrat. In 2017 I moved to Milan (Italy) for a 1-year postdoc in the group of Stefano Zapperi, part of the Center for Complexity & Biosystems. Recently, I’ve joined the Condensed Matter Theory Group, back in Centro Atómico Bariloche in Argentina, as a CONICET stable researcher.