DIPARTIMENTO   DI   FISICA   TEORICA
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Alcuni esempi delle ricerche svolte dai membri del Dipartimento:

  1. Phenomenology of hadronic interactions:

    • Mauro Anselmino (staff)
    • Alberto Giovannini (staff)
    • Enrico Predazzi (staff)
    • Alexei Prokudin (post-doc)
    • Mariaelena Boglione (post-doc)

    • Fisica adronica alle alte energie, diffrazione, Pomerone, connessioni con l'urto profondamente inelastico a piccoli valori di x-Bjorken.
    • Fenomenologia delle interazioni forti con particolare riferimento alla dinamica della produzione multipla.
    • Applications of perturbative QCD and models for non perturbative QCD to several physical processes, with emphasis on spin physics.
    For further information you can refer to the homepage of the INFN research project TO21 and to the local homepage.
  2. Fundamental Interactions (Physics at Colliders):

    • Standard Model and beyond at LEP1, LEP2, TEVATRON, LHC, LC, HERA: high precision analysis of the experimental data, including:
      • W mass and anomalous couplings.
      • Search of the Higgs boson: its properties.
    • Re-summation in QCD.
    • Higher order corrections to production rates in QCD.
    • Phenomenology of six-fermion final states at future Colliders for WW scattering and Higgs physics.
    • MonteCarlo techniques for multi particle production at LHC.
    • Evaluation of multi-loop, multi-leg Feynman diagrams.
    • Complete two-loop corrections in the Standard Model.
    • B-Physics

    For further information you can refer to the homepage of the INFN research project TO23 and to the local homepage of the European Research Training Network on Tools and Precision Calculations for Physics Discoveries at Colliders (HEPTOOLS).

  3. Statistical Field Theory:

    • Lattice Gauge theory.
    • Two dimensional conformal field theories.
    • Two dimensional quantum field theories, integrable models.
    • Three dimensional Ising model and related problems.
    • Quantum wires.
    • Percolation and confining vacua.

    For further information you can refer to the homepage of the INFN research project PI11 and to the local homepage.

  4. Biologically related problems and Bioinformatics:

    • Regulatory Networks

    For further information you can refer to the homepage of the INFN research project TO61

  5. Astroparticle and Neutrino Physics:

    • Particle physics in cosmology and astrophysics.
    • Dark matter and dark energy in the Universe.
    • Relic particles, as dark matter candidates, in extensions of the particle physics Standard Model, mainly in supersymmetric theories.
    • Phenomenology of direct and indirect searches for dark matter in the Galaxy.
    • Neutrino physics and astrophysics.
    • Phenomenology of solar and atmospheric neutrinos and of neutrinos from reactors and accelerators.

    For further information you can refer to the local homepage and to the homepage of the INFN research project FA51.

  6. Teorie dei Campi e delle Stringhe:
    • Studio del regime non perturbativo delle teorie supersimmetriche di campo e di supercorda utilizzando i meccanismi di S, T ed U dualità. In particolare degli aspetti sia macroscopici che microscopici dei buchi neri, delle p-brane di Dirichlet e degli stati BPS saturati, usando le teorie conformi ed algebre solubili.
    • Studio dell'analogo del teorema classico di Birkhoff nei sistemi gravitazionali quantistici.
    • Ruolo del tempo e gauge fixing in gravità quantistica.
    • Studio delle costanti del moto e loro quantizzazione nella gravità in 2+1 dimensioni.
    • Studio del gruppo modulare quantico.
    Per maggiori informazioni si consultino le pagine delle iniziative specifiche INFN TO12, MI12, FI41 and the local homepage of the European Research Training Network on Constituents, Fundamental Forces and Symmetries of the Universe (Short title: ForcesUniverse).

  7. Theoretical Many-Body and Nuclear Physics:

    • Wanda Maria Alberico (staff)
    • Maria B. Barbaro (staff)
    • Arturo De Pace (staff)
    • Alfredo Molinari (staff)
    • Giovanni Pollarolo (staff)
    • Marzia Nardi (Post-Doc)

    • Electromagnetic and weak nuclear currents and interactions: Lorentz and gauge invariant description of lepton-nucleus scattering. Neutral weak form factors of the nucleon, in particular strange f.f.
    • Heavy ion physics:
      • (NRel) imaginary potential for exotic nuclei, multitransfer reactions, fusion excitation functions
      • (Rel) phenomenology of ultra-relativistic heavy ion collisions in the search for a deconfined state of hadronic matter
    • Quark matter equation of state with effective QCD Lagrangians
    • Bosonization of fermionic systems
    • Hypernuclear physics, weak decay of hypernuclei.

    For further information you can refer to the homepage of the INFN research project PI31 and to the local homepage.


A brief description of the topics which have been studied by members of the Department in 2001 can be found here (in italian, pdf).

A list of all publications by members of the Department, of all students which have graduated or obtained their Ph.D. in the Department and more in 2001 can be downloaded from here (in italian, pdf).

Our teaching activity in 2001 is described here (in italian, pdf).


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