Theoretical Physics (Group 4)

Theoretical physics aims to develop mathematical models that can quantitatively describe natural phenomena. This endeavour requires a deep understanding of the laws physics in different contexts: from the tiniest constituents of matter, to the large-scale structure of the universe; from the study of complex systems, to the mathematical structure behind physical theories.  This diversity is reflected by the wide range of research interests of our group:

Our group includes INFN research staff, as well as academic associates and PhD students from the University of Genova:

Andrea Amoretti Statistical Field Theory
Marco Benini Mathematical Physics
Carla Biggio Phenomenology of Fundamental Interactions
Enzo Branchini Cosmology and Extragalactic Astrophysics
Stefano Frixione Phenomenology of Fundamental Interactions
Stefano Giusto Quantum Fields and String Theory
Camillo Imbimbo Quantum Fields and String Theory
Nicola Maggiore Quantum Fields and String Theory
Nicodemo Magnoli Statistical Field Theory
Pierre Martinetti Mathematical Physics
Simone Marzani Phenomenology of Fundamental Interactions
Andrea Mazzino Turbulence and Complex Fluids
Nicola Pinamonti Mathematical Physics
Marco Raveri Cosmology and Extragalactic Astrophysics
Giovanni Ridolfi Phenomenology of Fundamental Interactions
Elena Santopinto Hadronic Physics and Nuclear Astrophysics
Paolo Saracco Hadronic Physics and Nuclear Astrophysics
Paolo Solinas Mathematical Physics
Riccardo Torre Phenomenology of Fundamental Interactions
Nino Zanghì Mathematical Physics

Names of postodcs and students can be found on the research groups’ webpages linked above.