Nicola Quadri

Nicola Quadri obtained a master degree in physics of complex systems from the University of Padua, Italy, followed by a master degree in Science Communication from the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA), in Trieste, Italy. He has written as a freelance science journalist and in 2015 won the science-medical journalism award, Riccardo Tomassetti, from La Sapienza University (Rome). After an outreach internship at the ATLAS experiment and experience in textbook publishing at Mondadori Education, he joined IRCCS Ospedale San Raffaele, where he now works on science communication, outreach and public engagement activities.

Make music with ATLAS data

From techno beats to classical melodies, from jazz swinging to pop and rock riffs – the ATLAS experiment can play them all. Thanks to Quantizer, a platform that translates ATLAS events into notes and rhythms, one of the most complex scientific instruments in the world will not only search for new physics, but also generate music.

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