I am a particle physicist. I studied in Rome "Roma Tre" and I got my Ph.D in Paris on neutrino physics. In particular, I worked for the Memphys experiment (water Cherenkov for theta13, mass hierarchy and delta mass measurements), realizing a ton-scale prototype in order to test the proposed new electronics system of read-out. I worked on photodetection for three years and I totally built the prototype (Memphyno). During this period I worked with NIM/VME protocols. Once finished the Ph.D I move to Rome "La Sapienza" with a Centro Fermi two years post-doc, this time to use my knowledge in photodetection on medical application. I become part of this group of SBAM working on hadrontherapy. We study ion beams interactions in different targets (mainly PMMA of different shapes). In particular we studied the secondary particles fluxes and emission profile.
Currently, I am RTD at "Centro Fermi" and my research work is focused on MONDO, FOOT and CYGNUS experiments.
I graduated at Rome University “Sapienza" in 2011 in particle physics. I got the Ph.D in "Roma Tre” University in 2015. I worked as a Fellow at CERN within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN “ENTERVISION” on the development and benchmarking of Carbon ion breakup models in the energy range relevant for hadrontherapy. I am currently working on the development of a probe to help surgeons to perform a complete tumour resection using beta minus radio tracers.
I am an experimental physicist working on elementary particles and applied physics. I have many years’ experience in detectors for charged particle identification and tracking, Monte Carlo simulations and data analysis.
From 2002 to 2012, I was member of the ATLAS Collaboration at CERN in Geneva (Switzerland). The ATLAS experiment resulted in the observation of the decays of the Higgs boson. I was involved in this experiment since the detector construction and tests, the installation and commissioning at the CERN laboratory and, then, during the data taking and analysis. I studied in details and tested the trigger detectors and the tracking chambers of the ATLAS muon spectrometer for the muon momentum measurement. I was responsible of the ATLAS level-1 muon trigger logic simulation and of the development of the diagnostic tool that provides fast global detector monitoring and detailed description of single muon channel performance (>300 thousand channels). Based on the know-how in the muon detectors and trigger, I contributed to Higgs discovery studying the decay in 4 leptons (H->ZZ*->4l) with first Monte Carlo simulation and then data analysis. My contributions to the ATLAS experiment started with the degree thesis (Sapienza Università di Roma 2002-2003) and the Physics PhD study (Università di Roma Tor Vergata 2003-2007), and continued during two Post-Doc research fellows (Sapienza Università di Roma and INFN 2007-2012).
Between 2012 and 2014, I worked at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) as Post-Doc researcher. I am involved in the feasibility study of the radioguided surgery (RGS) technique exploiting β- decays, which is a novel technique for complete tumor resection. I have designed and developed the first intraoperative β- probe prototype, both with Monte Carlo simulation and tests in laboratory, the phantoms and the test procedures specific for the β- based RGS technique validation. Since 2014, I am a temporary researcher in the Dept of physics on the Unviersity "La Sapienza"
I studied particle physics at Rome University "La Sapienza" and I graduated in 2014. For my thesis I worked within the ARPG group, studing the production of beta+ emitters in a PMMA target irratiated by Helium beam, for dose monitoring purposes. In particular I performed analysis on data acquired during an experiment realized at HIT hadrontherapy center in Heidelberg in 2014. Now I am a phisycs Phd student in Rome University "La Sapienza"; my research activity is focused on the development of a dose profiler monitor for hadrontherapy treatments. In paricular I'm dealing with the realization and test of trigger and readout system of the apparatus.
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I joined the ARPG group in March 2016 and during my Master thesis in particle physics I worked on the characterization of a prototype for the MONDO project, whose main goal is to develop a tracking detector targeting fast and ultra-fast secondary neutrons. The information obtained from my work will be used to design the final device.
Now I'm a Ph.D student in Rome University "Sapienza" and I continue my research work in the MONDO collaboration.