The main interests of my research activity regard the multiparametric remote sensing with attention to in-situ and airborne gamma-ray spectroscopy for environmental monitoring.
Planetarist. Photography and drumming enthusiast.
Professor emeritus. Main interests are Neutrinos and applications of Nuclear Physics to different disciplines, such as Astrophysics, Earth Sciences and Nuclear Medicine.
My main scientific interests are neutrino physics and gamma-ray spectroscopy (both in-situ and airborne) for environmental monitoring. I also have a great interest in physics education and teaching in secondary schools. Football and refereeing enthusiast.
Former Astroparticle physicist, I now look at Nuclear physics and Geophysics as challenges and learning opportunities. My interests span from neutrino physics to radioactivity and machine learning algorithms.
Jack of all trades, master of none.
I am mainly interested in neutrino physics, moving from the Sun to the Earth. In the last few years I have been also involved in outreach activity. I am a lucky person: I make a wonderful job within a great team.
My research interest lies in the interaction field of Earth Sciences, Statistics and Physics. I like to explore the potentialities of interdisciplinary applications and to face scientific challenges emerging from the interaction of these different, but not distant, fundamental disciplines.