Down below you see a chronological version of my CV. If you want a PDF version, I have two:

**April 12th, 2012** Presented the talk “La matematica di Enigma” (The mathematics of Enigma) at the opening of the exhibit at the Dipartimento di Matematica dell’Università di Milano on “Enigma: decifrare una vittoria. I polacchi (e la matematica) al servizio dell’Europa.” (Enigma: deciphering a victory. The Poles (and mathematics) at the service of Europe.) (PDF)

**January 31st, 2012** Presented the talk “Motivi di dimensione finita, in un certo senso” (Finite dimensional motives, in some sense) al Seminario di Dipartimento del DIpartimento di Matematica dell’Università di Milano. (PDF)

**December 12th-18th, 2010** Attended the Mini-Workshop “1-Motives” at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach in Oberwolfach, Germany.

**December 1st, 2010** New position: Ricercatore at the Università degli Studi di Milano.

**May 4th, 2010** Presented the talk “The K-theory of motives.” at the Rutgers Algebra Seminar della Rutgers University.

**May 9th, 2008** Presented the talk “The signature of Schur-finite objects.” at the Genova-Barcelona Workshop on Commutative Algebra and Applications, in Genova.

**November 29th, 2007** Presented the talk “Finiteness conditions in the category of motives” at the Oberseminar: Motive und al-gebraische Geometrie, Algebraische Zykeln of the Mathematisches Institut Universitat Munchen in Munich, Germany.

**September 24th-29th, 2007** Invited to present the talk “Motivi Schur-finiti e identità di tracce” at the XVIII Congresso dell’U.M.I. in Bari, Italy (PDF).

**July 12th-13th, 2007** Attended the “Barcelona-Genova Workshop on Commutative Algebra and Applications”, organized by the Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

**March 19th – 30th, 2007** Attended the conferences “Motives and Algebraic Cycles, A Conference Dedicated to the Mathematical Heritage of Spencer J. Bloch” and “Workshop on the Homotopy Theory of Schemes”, organized by the Fields Institute in Toronto, Canada.

**January 22nd – 27th, 2007** Presented a series of four talks on “Voevodsky’s motives and K-theory” at the Sedano Winter School on K-theory, organized by the Universidad de Valladolid in Sedano, Spagna.

**Fall 2006** The book “Lecture notes on motivic cohomology” is (finally) published as volume 2 of the Clay Mathematics Monographs by the American Mathematical Society.

**July 16th – 22nd, 2006** Attended the conference “Algebraic K-theory” in Oberwolfach, Germany.

**April 11th, 2006** Presented the talk “Finite-dimensional motives (Motivi ﬁnito-dimensionali)” at the Seminario Motivico organized by the Dipartimento di Matematica Pura e Applicata dell’Universita di Padova in Padua, Italy.

**March 2006 – 2007** Assegnista at the Universita’ di Genova.

**March 24th, 2005** Presented the talk “Classical motives and some combinatorial identities” at the Colloquium of the Math Dept of George Washington University, Wahsington, DC, USA.

**March 11th, 2005** Presented the talk “Schur Functors and Nilpotence Theorems” at the Algbra Seminar of Rutgers University, NJ, USA.

**January – August 2005** Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA.

**January 17th – 22nd 2005** Attended the “Semaine Derivee” at the Inst. de Math. de Jussieu, Paris.

**November 2004** Invited for three weeks in Japan, at the Hiroshima University and at the University of Tokyo. Presented the talks “Finite dimensional motives” and “On Voevodsky’s work” at the “Symposium on Algebraic Geometry in Hiroshima”, organized by the Hiroshima University. Presented the talk “Signature of Schur-finite motives” at the Algebra Seminar of the University of Tokyo.

**June 28th – July 2nd 2004** Attended the “Workshop and Summer School on Motives, K-Theory and Arithmetic Geometry” in Sestri Levante, Italy. May 26th – 28th 2004 Attended the conference “Motivic Homotopy Theory” in Paris, France where I presented the talk “Schur functors and motives”.

**May 12th 2004** Presented the talk “Schur functors and monoidal triangulated categories” at the groupe de travail “Algèbre et Topologie Homotopiques” at the Inst. de Math. de Jussieu, Paris.

**March 14th – 20th 2004** Attended the conference “Motives and Homotopy Theory of Schemes” at Oberwolfach, Germany where I presented the talk “Schur functors and motives”.

**March 2nd 2004** Presented the talk “(Classical) motives” at the seminaire etudiant de theorie des nombres at the Inst. de Math. de Jussieu, Paris.

**January – December 2004** Post-doc at the Inst. de Math. de Jussieu, Univ. Paris VII.

**January 7th – 9th 2004** Attended the conference “Workshop su Geometria Algebrica ed Aritmetica” at Padua, Italy where I presented the talk “Motivi finiti secondo Schur”.

**December 12th 2003** Successfully defended my dissertation, final requirement for my Ph.D. from Rutgers.

**September 8th – 13th 2003** Attended the conference “XVIIo Congresso dell’UMI” organized by the Unione Matematica Italiana in Milan, Italy where I presented the talk “Motivi finiti secondo Schur”(Schur-finite motives).

**June 21th 2003** Sent first version of the article “Schur functors and motives” to the K-theory Preprint Archive server. The article was revised on July 29th.

**June 15th – July 4th 2003** Attended the conference “The Arithmetic, Geometry and Topology of Algebraic Cycles” in Morelia, Mexico where I presented the talk “Schur functors and motives”.

**April 5th – 6th 2003** Attended the conference “Conference on K-theory and Algebraic Cycles” in Oxford, Ohio (USA).

**May 29th – June 1st 2002** Attended the conference “Giornate di Geometria Algebrica ed Argomenti Correlati” in Anacapri, Napoli (Italy) where I presented the talk “Prefasci con corrispondenze” (Presheaves with transfers).

**May 23rd-26th 2001** Attended the “V Joint meeting AMS-SMM” held in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico organized by the American Mathematical Society and the Sociedad Matematica Mexicana (among others).

**May 2001** Awarded a ‘Weill scholarship’ to fund my trip to the “V Joint meeting AMS-SMM” in Mexico in May 2001.

**December 1st-3rd 2000** Attended the “Algebraic Cycles Conference” held in Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A organized by the Ohio State University.

**July 3rd-7th 2000** Attended the “Conference on Agebraic K-theory and Homotopy Theory of Schemes” held in Toulouse, France organized by the Universite’ Paul Sabatier.

**May 31st – June 3rd 1999** Attended the “Workshop on Homotopy theory and K-Theory of schemes” held in Munster, Germany organized by the S.F.B. of Munster.

**Spring 1999-Fall 2003** Graduate student at Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey.

**December 22nd-23rd 1998** Presented a talk on “On the birationality of the Picard motive” at a joint Nice-Genoa conference held in Nice.

**June 7th-19th 1998** Attended the NATO ASI conference “The Arithmetic and Geometry of Algebraic Cycles” held in Banff, Canada organized by the C.R.M. Montreal.

**1998** Awarded the scholarship “Borsa di Studio per l’Estero A.A. 1999-2000” by the Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica “F. Severi” in Rome, Italy.

**April 8th 1998** Laurea in Mathematics with a thesis on “Cicli algebrici e il gruppo di Chow” (Algebraic cycles and the Chow group) (Here you can find a PDF version of it and here is a copy of my talk) Advisor: Luca Barbieri Viale. Final grade: 110/110 ‘cum laude’ and, by Italian laws, I became Dott. Carlo Mazza.

**December 15th-20th 1997** Attended the “International Conference on Intersection Theory” held in Bologna, Italy organized by the Universita’ di Bologna.

**September 1st-9th 1997** Attended the conference “School on Algebraic K-Theory and Applications” held in Trieste, Italy organized by the I.C.T.P.

**1993-1997** Undergraduate student of the Corso di Laurea in Matematica (Math major) at the Univerista’ degli Studi di Genova (University of Genoa, Italy).

**1988-1993** High School student at “Liceo Scientifico Luigi Lanfranconi” in Genoa. Graduated with 60/60.

### Teaching

**Fall 2000** Teaching Assistant for Math 152 (Prof. T. Balaban).

**Spring 2001** Teaching Assistant for Math 135 (Prof. V. Shtelen), Math 151 (Prof. M. O’Nan), and Math 152 (honor’s class) (Prof. A. Taylor).

**Fall 2001** Teaching Assistant for Math 244 (Prof. J. B. Tunnel).

**Spring 2002** Teaching Assistant for Math 138 (Prof. S. Simpson).

**Fall 2002** Teaching Assistant for Math 251 (Prof. T. Butler).

**Spring 2003** Teaching Assistant for Math 152 (Prof. J. Dare).