Research Software engineer
Leonardo Lenoci manages the IT infrastructure of the Lorentz Institute for Theoretical Physics.
Dr. Lenoci earned his doctorate from the University of Edinburgh (UK) where he defended his thesis titled "Computer simulations of self-assembly, and critical phenomena in complex fluids". His many years of experience span research fields from physics and chemistry to computational biology and genomics. He currently manages the hardware and software infrastructure of the Lorentz Institute for Theoretical Physics at Leiden University. He is an enthusiastic Free Software developer/user and a passionate advocate of the Open Science movement. He has pioneered the use of Free Software such as Keycloak, OpenOnDemand, Slurm and iRODS at the Lorentz Institute and the Observatory at Leiden University.
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