Theses – Master’s degree

Arianna Rizzieri (AA 2020/2021)
Component separation for the microwave sky in view of next-generation cosmic microwave background experiments
Advisor: Massimiliano Lattanzi

Enrico Occhiuto (AY 2020/2021)
Cosmological tests for an ultralight axion-like dark energy model
Advisor: Massimiliano Lattanzi

Mauro San Giovanni (AY 2020/2021)
Cosmological implications of see-saw models of neutrino mass generation
Advisor: Massimiliano Lattanzi

Bianca De Caro (AY 2019/2020)
Measuring kinematic boost of cosmological backgrounds with future CMB satellite experiments
Advisor: Luca Pagano
Coadvisor: Paolo Natoli

Nicolo’ Elia Raffuzzi (AY 2019/2020)
Impact of instrumental systematics on future Cosmic Microwave Background observations: half-wave plate non-idealities and the quest for V modes experiments
Advisor: Paolo Natoli
Coadvisor: Martina Gerbino

Nitya Dal Pra (AY 2016/2017)
Primordial black holes as dark matter: current constraints from cosmic microwave background temperature and polarization
Advisor: Paolo Natoli
Coadvisor: Massimiliano Lattanzi

Linda Polastri (AY 2013/2014)
CMB directional anomalies as seen by Planck
Advisor: Paolo Natoli
External advisor: Alessandro Gruppuso

Francesco Forastieri (AY 2012/2013)
Constraints on non-standard neutrino interactions from Planck 2013 CMB data
Advisor: Paolo Natoli
Coadvisor: Massimiliano Lattanzi