Alessio Quaglino is a PostDoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Computational Science since 2015. He is also part of the spin-off Algo4U and the administrator of FoMICS since 2016. His research focuses on creating innovative methods for the discretization, optimization, and uncertainty quantification of complex(bio)mechanical systems. From 2012 to 2015, he worked as a Vehicle Dynamicist at McLaren Racing, focusing on 1D modelling, analysis, and optimization of F1 suspensions. He obtained his PhD in 2012 from the University of Goettingen, working on a hybrid finite element/volume strategy to remove membrane locking from the approximation of thin shells. He also holds a double MSc in Engineering Mathematics from the Politecnico di Milano and in Engineering Physics from the Stockholm Royal Institute of Technology.