Focus on the search of gravitational waves through the study of pulsars using radio-astronomy and ultrahigh energy cosmic ray astronomy techniques.
Interdisciplinary research involving subjects such as the characterization of biological tissues and imaging of proteins activity and interactions in living cells.
Discovering the properties and fundamental physics of materials.
Study of gravitational waves, quantum and classical gravitation, quantum fields in curved space-time, and cosmology.
Algorithm development for direct image reconstruction, currently focused on thermoacoustic tomography (TCT), a hybrid imaging technique.
Chemical, Biological and Medical applications of advanced optical technology and imaging.
Research on: elementary particle phenomenology related to experimental searches for new physics at the CERN LHC; onset of deconfinement with data from the CERN fixed target experiment NA61/SHINE; hadronic interaction models beyond collider energies.
Experimental and theoretical research on the structure and properties of solid surfaces and on the interaction of surfaces with atoms and molecules.
Some prominent recent publications by Department members.