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SUPERVISION OF GRADUATE STUDENTS AND POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS
Oct. 2022-present: Alessandro Lella (PhD student, Bari University). Title of the dissertation: “Astrophysical and cosmological probes for axions and other feebly interacting particles”
Nov. 2021-present: Francesco Sivo (PhD student, Bari University). Title of the dissertation: “Astrophysical and cosmological searches for axions and other novel particles”
Nov. 2020-present: Giuseppe Lucente (PhD student, Bari University). Title of the dissertation: ”Astrophysical probes of axions and other novel light particles”
Nov. 2018-Oct.2021: Pierluca Carenza (PhD student, Bari University). Title of the dissertation:”Astrophysical and cosmological bounds on axions and axion-like particles” (awarded with Giuliano Preparata Prize of the Italian Physical Society)
Nov. 2010-Oct. 2013: Ninetta Saviano (PhD student, Hamburg University). Title of the dissertation: “Neutrino Flavor conversions in high density astrophysical and cosmological environments”
Nov. 2010-Apr. 2013: Sovan Chakraborty (postdoctoral researcher, Hamburg University).
Apr. 2012-Apr. 2014: Enrico Borriello (postdoctoral researcher, Hamburg University).
SUPERVISION OF MASTER THESIS
2022: Alessandro Lella. Title: “Characterization of massive axion emissivity from a core-collapse supernova”
2021: Francesco Sivo. Title: “Characterization of axion flux from different supernova progenitors”
2021: Francesco Schiavone. Title: “Fluxes and signatures of gravitons and axions from the evaporation of primordial black holes”
2020: Ersilia Guarini. Title: “Axion-photon conversions in solar magnetic fields”
Awarded with Milla Baldo Ceolin Prize
2020: Giuseppe Lucente. Title: “Heavy axion emissivity from core-collapse supernovae”
2019: Leonardo Mastrototaro. Title: “Heavy sterile emission and detection from a core-collapse supernova.”
2018: Pierluca Carenza. Title: “Axions emission and detection from a Galactic supernova.”