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ASTROPHYSICS OF COMPACT OBJECTS
Astrophysics of compact objectsThe course will introduce the nature of astrophyisical compact objects and their emission, both from a theoretical and observational point of view. The program of the lectures is:  2  Dec/Jan 
 
 
THE DOUBLE TROUBLE OF THE MISSING MATTER IN THE UNIVERSE
The double trouble of the missing matter in the UniverseThis course is at an intermediate level. The main goal is to discus open issues of the Standard Cosmological Model.  3  Jan, Feb 2020 
 
 
EVOLUTION OF GALAXIES AND AGN AT HIGH REDSHIFT
Evolution of galaxies and AGN at high redshiftFormation and coevolution of galaxies and AGN. New observations and results. The accretion and star formation history.  2  Semester I  
 
SPECTROSCOPY OF ASTROPHYSICAL PLASMAS
Spectroscopy of Astrophysical PlasmasProgramme:  2  Semester I  

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EXPERIMENTAL DATA ANALYSIS
Experimental data analysisData collection and preparation  2 
 
 
EXTRASOLAR PLANETOLOGY
EXTRASOLAR PLANETOLOGYDescription  2  Semester I 
 
 
PHYSICS OF PLANETARY ICES
Physics of planetary icesIces in the Solar System  3  Semester I  
 
SPACE WEATHER
Space WeatherAccording to the European Space Agency, Space weather refers to the environmental conditions in Earth’s magnetosphere, ionosphere and thermosphere due to the Sun and the solar wind that can influence the functioning and reliability of spaceborne and groundbased systems and services or endanger property or human health. As the several branches of application, the theme is very alive all over the world and carried out by teams representing different competences, such as physics, engineering, mathematics, chemistry, biology and medicine. Outline
 2  Semester I  
 
INVERSION METHODS IN GEOPHYSICS
Inversion methods in geophysicsThis course is an introduction to geophysical inversion methods. The course will deal with both the resolution of linear and nonlinear problems using deterministic approaches such as the least squares method, the SVD, and regularization techniques as well as purely probabilistic approaches such as Markov chain Monte Carlo methods. The theory is illustrated through some examples taken from geophysical problems and their solution is discussed by performing inversion algorithms in the classroom.  2  Semester II  

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COMMUNICATING SCIENCE
Communicating Science
 2 
 

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MODE STRUCTURES AND GLOBAL DISPERSION RELATIONS IN MAGNETIZED TOROIDAL PLASMAS
Mode structures and global dispersion relations in magnetized toroidal plasmasAbstract: Understanding the global structures and dispersion relation of fluctuations in magnetized plasmas  2  
 
INTRODUCTION TO SPINTRONICS
Introduction to Spintronics
 3  
 
COMPUTATIONAL STUDY OF THE STRUCTURE AND THERMODYNAMICS OF LIQUIDS
COMPUTATIONAL STUDY OF THE STRUCTURE AND THERMODYNAMICS OF LIQUIDS1 Introduction to methods of computer simulation: Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics.  3  Semester I  
 
ACTIVE SOFT MATTER: A CONTINUUM PHYSICS PERSPECTIVE
Active Soft Matter: a continuum physics perspectiveActive Soft Matter: a Continuum Physics Perspective
 3  Semester II 
 
 
DYNAMICS OF LIQUIDS AND GLASS TRANSITION THEORIES
Dynamics of liquids and glass transition theories• Dynamical correlation functions  3  Semester II  

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EXPERIMENTAL FLAVOUR PHYSICS
Experimental Flavour Physics
 2 
 
 
INTRODUCTION TO MONTE CARLO METHODS AND ITS APPLICATIONS TO PARTICLE PHYSICS
Introduction to Monte Carlo methods and its applications to Particle PhysicsProgram:  1  INTRODUCTION TO MONTE CARLO METHODS AND ITS APPLICATIONS TO PARTICLE PHYSICSMonte Carlo methods are widely used in Experimental and Applied Physics. Geant4 is the most used toolkit to develop Monte Carlo simulations in High Energy Physic but its use span from radioprotection in Space missions to Radiobiology and Medical Applications of Physic. Geant4 is developed in C++ by a wide an international community and it is distributed under an Open Source license. The course will start introducing the general concepts of a Monte Carlo simulation for Nuclear and Particle Physic, which are common to all the code in the field, such as FLUKA and MNCP, besides Geant4. We will then focus on Geant4 and, after a short introduction about the most used features of C++ in Geant4, we will see how to develop a simple but complete simulation with a practical example. In such an example we will see the simulation of a segmented calorimeter and it will give us the opportunity to see how to generate different primaries, how to define the detector geometry, choose the Physic models and, finally, how to score observables in ROOT files  
 
CURRENT PROBLEMS IN NEUTRINO PHYSICS
Current problems in neutrino physics Direct measurement of neutrino masses  3  Mar 
 
 
EXPERIMENTAL HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS AT COLLIDERS
Experimental High Energy Physics at Colliders
a) Trigger
 Reconstruction of Objects (Lecture 2)
b) Tracking detectors c) Calorimeters d) Muon Spectrometer e) Luminosity Monitors a) Tracks
 Cross Section Measurements (Lecture 3)
b) Jets c) Electrons and Photons d) Muons e) Missing Energy a) vertexing, pileup, underlying event,
 Cross Section Measurements (Lecture 3,continued)
isolation, overlap removal a) Background estimate (Control Regions, ABCD methods, DD fake estimates, blind Analysis,) b) btag
c) Analysis Optimization d) MVA Techniques e) Statistical Interpretation, Statistical and Systematic Errors, Discoveries, Limits, NuisanceP, lookelsewhere effect, local significance.  Kinematics, Feynman Diagrams (Lecture 4)  pdf’s  MC Generators & Geant  Electro Weak Physics (Lecture 5) a) Standard Candles (Low Mass Resonances, W Boson, Z Boson)  QCD Physics & B Physics(Lecture 6)  Top Physics (Lecture 7)  Higgs Physics (Lectures 8, 9)  Susy Physics (Lecture 10)  Exotic Physics  Future Accelerators and Perspectives (Lecture 11)  4  Semester I  
 
HADRON INTERACTIONS AT HIGH ENERGY
Hadron interactions at high energyExperimental environment: ISR, SppS, Tevatron, RHIC, LHC.  3  Semester I  

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ELEMENTS OF GROUP THEORY AND GUT
Elements of Group Theory and GUT
 3  February 2020 
 
 
FLAVOR PHYSICS AND CP VIOLATION
Flavor Physics and CP violation1. Flavour physics in the Standard Model  3  Semester I  
 
ADVANCED COURSE ON THE STANDARD MODEL
Advanced course on the Standard Model Part I  Prof. Bonciani (to be defined)  Part II Flavour physics and lattice QCD  V. Lubicz 6 hour • Flavor physics and its motivations• Open questions in the Standard Model • The flavor sector • Flavor physics and New Physics searches • Introduction to lattice QCD • The lattice regularization • The lattice QCD action • Monte Carlo simulations and importance sampling • Computation of correlation functions • Systematic errors • Flavor physics on the lattice • The quark masses • The Cabibbo angle and the unitarity test • The unitarity triangle analysis   Part III Electroweak physics  G. Degrassi 6 hour (Roma Tre)
 3  Semester II 
 
 
RESUMMATIONS IN QED AND QCD
Resummations in QED and QCDBlochNordsieck and KinoshitaLeeNauenberg theorems.
 1  Semester II 
 

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GRAVITATIONAL WAVES: SOURCES, DETECTORS AND DETECTIONS
Gravitational Waves: sources, detectors and detectionsProgram:  2  
 
TIME SERIES ANALYSIS
Time series analysis
 3  Semester I  

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LIE SYMMETRIES OF DIFFERENTIAL AND DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
LIE SYMMETRIES OF DIFFERENTIAL AND DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
 2  december 2019 
 

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