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Theoretical and numerical studies of large-scale structure (LSS) in the Universe. Using LSS to constrain physics and cosmology (inflation, dark energy, dark matter, neutrino masses, gravity, etc).
The goal of my project is to find sources of ultra high energy cosmic rays by using the very highest energies events ( >100 EeV).
Office hours: Mon - Thu 8:00-17:00; Fri 8:00-14:00 (may vary during workshops)
As a postdoctoral scientist at TUM, I am enthusiastic about comprehending the potential transition from non-living to living matter, using membrane biophysics and confocal microscopy.
Monte Carlo Simulation of the response of Silicon Drift Detectors, Design/Sensitivity studies for the ComPol (Compton Polarimeter) CubeSat mission, and development of the first ComPol prototype
Galactic center black hole, infrared astronomy, spectroscopy, adaptive optics, interferometry
Using the accumulation of molecules at air/water interfaces in thermal gradients in order to restart protein synthesis in a diluted and inactive Transcription-Translation reaction.
My research focuses on the development of machine learning and statistical methods as well as computational analysis techniques for use in high energy physics experiments such as the ATLAS Experiment
Ground- and Space-based astronomical infrastructure, astronomical instrumentation and operations, astrobiology, exoplanets, Galaxy formation and evolution.
My research interests focus on astroparticle, underground and fundamental physics. I am the PI of the RES-NOVA project, a cryogenic array of archaeo-Pb based detector for Supernova neutrino detection.