• Talks will be 15 minutes long, plus few minutes for questions.
  • The presentation must be in English.

Note that it is not mandatory to present your research results, you can just give e general presentation of your research topic. During the talk, remember to briefly present the research activity of your group, so that we can all have a better understanding of the research activities of our Department.

In addition to the oral presentation everyone is also invited to present a POSTER and to attend to the poster session.

  • Roberto Covino - Protein folding pathway: do all roads lead to Rome?
  • Lea di Noto - Study of cold positronium in Rydberg state for AEgIS experiment
  • Konstantin Kanishev - Higgs Physics at the LHC
  • Neeraj Kumar - Nano-structured silicon as “Bio-sensor”
  • Diego Lonardoni - A Monte Carlo approach to the study of medium-light hypernuclei properties
  • Natalia Matveeva - Quantum Monte Carlo methods for study of dipolar ultracold gases
  • Antonio Pontin - Towards observation of quantum effects in radiation pressure couplings
  • Andrea Tengattini - Infrared LEDs based on Erbium doped silicon nanocrystals