Mosè Casalegno received his Laurea degree in Chemistry from University Statale of Milan in 1998, and, subsequently, the PhD in Chemistry (Physical Chemistry) in 2001. During his PhD, he spent one year in the University of Pennsylvania as a visiting student. AT that time, his research was focused on the application of Quantum Monte Carlo methods to fermionic and bosonic systems.
In 2003 he was appointed for a research position in the Department of environmental toxicology at the Mario Negri Institue in Milan, where he was responsible for European projects in the area of grid computing. He joined Prof. Guido Raos' research group at Politecnico di Milano in 2009. Since then, his research activity has been focused on the application of numerical methods to the characterization of devices and materials for organic electronics. In 2017, he has finally appointed for a research position at the Chemistry, Materials, and Chemical Engineering Department “G. Natta”.