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     Date Submitted:25-07-2014
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     Current job:PhD in Physcis
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     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems
     Keywordsphysics, information technology, data analysis, programming, simulation
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    Education

    March 2009: Ph.D. in Physics at University of Ferrara. Thesis title: "Dalitz Plot Study of the Charmless Decay B+!KS p+ p0 with the BaBar Detector". Supervisors Prof. Roberto Calabrese and Dr. Concezio Bozzi.
    July 2005: Master Degree in Physics (110/110 cum laude) at University of Ferrara. Thesis title: "Studio delle prestazioni del nuovo rivelatore di muoni con tecnologia LST nell'esperimento BaBar", ("Study of the performances of the new muon detector with LST technology in the BaBar experiment"). Supervisors Prof. Roberto Calabrese and Dr. Matteo Negrini.
    June 2000: Diploma (100/100) at Istituto Tecnico Commerciale "G. Ginanni", Ravenna.

    Conferences, workshops and other education

    2011 and 2012, Frascati (Rome): "SuperB Collaboration Meetings". Presented talks on the CNAF computing activities and R/D.
    March 7-8 2011, Lyon, "LHCb Tier1 Jamboree".
    March 22-23 2010, Amsterdam, "LHCb Tier1 Jamboree".
    March 19, 20 2009, Ferrara: Workshop"VI Incontro sulla Fisica del B".
    November 26-30 2008 ,SLAC (USA):"BaBar Collaboration Meeting". Presented a talk on my analysis.
    September 9-13 2008, Rome: "5th International Workshop on the CKM Unitarity Triangle - CKM2008".
    April 3-4 2008, Cagliari: "V Incontro sulla Fisica del B". Presented a talk with the title "Overview rare hadronic decays at B factories".
    December 9-13 2007, SLAC (USA): "BaBar Collaboration Meeting". Presented a talk on my analysis.
    November 8-9 2007, Padova: "Meeting BaBar Italia".
    August 19 - September 1 2007, Trest: "2007 European Schools of High Energy Physics".
    April 14-17 2007, Jacksonville: "Americal Physical Society" annual meeting. Presented a talk about my analysis work.
    March 10-17 2007, La Thuile: conference "Recontres de Moriond, Electroweak interactions and Unified theories".
    February 13-14 2007, Bologna: workshop "IV Incontro sulla Fisica del B".
    July 16-22 2006, Zuoz: "PSI Zuoz Summer School on Particle Physics" on the subject "Effective Theories in Particle Physics".
    I have attended courses and talks during the PhD years about quantum mechanics, particle detectors, data analysis techniques and general relativity. During the PostDoc most of the courses and talk were focused on computer science and information technology.

    Scientific activities

    Until September 2013 I had a post doc position at INFN CNAF in Bologna for the new experiment "SuperB": I was involved in the computing activities for the experiment and services that are developed in the Center. Since the experiment was not funded anymore I was also involved in the computing of other astro-particle experiments (AMS, Borexino, Auger, CTA, Icarus, Glast, Gerda, LHCf, Magic, Pamela, Virgo and Xenon).

    Since September 2009 I had a post doc position at INFN CNAF for the computing activities of the LHCb experiment. During this two years period I have been involved in computing shifts for the production at CERN (Geneva) and I have attended workshops and conferences at CNAF.
    My research activity during the PhD at University of Ferrara has been focused on the study of charged B meson decay in a charmless channel, using data from the BaBar experiment located at Stanford Linear Accelartor Center (USA), working together with a group of Universite Pierre et Marie Curie of Paris. I spent several periods of work and study at SLAC (September-October 2006, June 2007, December 2007) and in Paris at"Laboratoire de Physique Nucleaire et de Hautes Energies" (LPNHE) (November 2006, May 2007, September 2007, January 2008).
    During my time at BaBar association my service task was to support the Computing Center of Padova. The activity of the Center was devoted to the processing of the data collected daily at BaBar.
    After the update of the IFR subdetector during 2004 and 2006 (replacing the old RPC detector with new LST chambers built in Ferrara), I took care of the validation for the experiment simulation for the new detector and the software optimization for the muon selection.
    Before my graduation, during 2003 and 2004, I started working for the BaBar experiment for 2 months at SLAC. In this period I performed hardware and software studies on the IFR detector for the quality control and I worked on the installation and setup.


    Publications

    As member of the BaBar, LHCb and SuperB collaborations I have signed 242 papers and 51 conference papers; 197 were published on international journals like Physical Review Letters, Physical Review D, Physics Letter B and Journal of Instrumentation.


    Teaching activities

    Nowadays I am a high school teacher in Ferrara for mathematcis, physics and computer science courses.
    2012/13: teacher for computer science at I.P.S. "Einaudi" in Ferrara.
    2011/12: teacher for computer science at I.I.S."Falcone-Borsellino" in Ferrara.
    2010/11: teacher for mathematics and physics courses at Istituto "Aleotti" in Ferrara.
    2008/09: 60 hours as teaching assistant for "Algoritmi e strutture dati" and"Fisica I" courses, Computer Science department at University of Ferrara.
    2008/09: 40 hours as teaching assistant for "Algebra lineare" course, Physics Department at University of Ferrara.
    September 2008: 10 hours physics courses for freshmen students, Physics Department at University of Ferrara.
    July 2008: teacher for mathematics and physics courses at Liceo Scientifico "A. Roiti" in Ferrara.
    2007/08: 30 hours as teaching assistant for "Geometria analitica" course, Physics Department at University of Ferrara.
    2007/08: 40 hours as teaching assistant for "Algebra lineare" course, Physics Department at University of Ferrara.
    March-April 2007: 20 hours as teaching assistant for"Algoritmi e strutture dati", Computer Science Department at University of Ferrara.


    Informatic skills

    OS: Unix/Linux and Windows.
    Programming languages: Fortran, C, C++, HTML, shell scripting, LaTeX.
    Data analysis: ROOT, RooFit.
    Database: mySQL.


    Languages

    Italian: native language.
    English: very good level in understanding and reading, good speaking.
    2004: "Preliminary English Test" (PET) of Cambridge University, "Pass with Merit".
    2007: "First Certificate in English" (FCE) of Cambridge University.
    Followed courses for the english C1 level (Advanced) during the last years.
     


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