Stefania De Curtis
room: 325 (INFN, staff)
The main topic which has been present in a large part of my scientific activity is the dynamical symmetry breaking phenomenon both in strong and electroweak interactions. I'm working on the formulation of Beyond Standard Model (BSM) scenarios deriving by a strong underlying dynamics and study their experimental manifestations at present and future particle accelerators. I'm also interested in addressing the cosmological implications of a strongly interacting completion of the SM.
room: 302 (INFN, staff)
I work at the interface between particles physics and cosmology. I am broadly interested in theoretical aspects of physics beyond the SM. Currently the main focus of my research is dark matter and strongly coupled extensions of the SM.
room: 291 (INFN, staff)
As a theorist, I am interested in exploring new ideas beyond the Standard Model and finding new ways of testing them at colliders and in cosmological and astrophysical observables. Recently I am interested in 21cm cosmology, gravitational waves signals and new searches for exotic physics at colliders.
room: 292 (INFN, staff)
I am interested in new physics beyond the Standard Model that can be investigated by means of theoretical and phenomenological approaches. Recently, I became interested in cosmology, since it can offer new ways to test fundamental physics, for example through the study of Dark Matter and cosmological transitions in the Early Universe.
room: 296 (Florence U., staff)
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My research activity is mainly focused on the study the Higgs, electroweak and flavor dynamics in the Standard Model and its extensions. My interests range from the theoretical analysis of new-physics theories, to more phenomenological subjects oriented to collider experiments and cosmology.
room: 311 (Florence U., staff)
Luigi Delle Rose
room: 329 (INFN, post-doc)
room: 319 (INFN, post-doc)
My current research interests are related with the collider phenomenology of beyond-SM electroweak physics, via Effective Field Theories (EFTs). I am interested both in linear (weakly coupled) and non-linear (strongly coupled) representations, and on dispersion relations. Furthermore, I also contributed several areas of theoretical physics, like the Lattice project TUMQCD
(in my first post-doc), the collider phenomenology of dark matter models, and a condensed matter project (at the level of a Master thesis).
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