Seminari & Eventi

V Corso di TECNOLOGIE DI DEPOSIZIONE PVD e CVD e CARATTERIZZAZIONE SEM EDS XPS

When: Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 17:00
Where: Dipartimento di Fisica - Aula Informatica PF5

Abstract:

Negli ultimi anni, a causa della crescente necessità di produrre superfici dei materiali con elevate proprietà funzionali, si è assistito in molti settori industriali ad una rapida espansione delle applicazioni delle tecniche di deposizione di film sottili in condizioni di bassa pressione. E' frequente riferirsi a tecniche di deposizione di Physical and Chemical Vapor Deposition. Il corso AIV su “TECNOLOGIE DI DEPOSIZIONE PVD e CVD e CARTTERIZZAZIONE SEM EDS XPS” si propone di fornire ai partecipanti solide basi su queste tecnologie, sulle tecniche di caratterizzazione ed inoltre un ampio panorama delle applicazioni industriali e delle rispettive prospettive di ricerca. Il corso è rivolto a tecnici di laboratorio, a ricercatori, lavoratori de  ll’industria o studenti delle facoltà scientifiche che utilizzano sistemi di deposizione o strumentazione di analisi di superficie.


Higgsstrahlung at NNLL’+NNLO matched to parton shower in GENEVA

Speaker:
Dr. Matthew Lim
Milano Bicocca
When: Wednesday, November 20, 2019 - 14:30
Where: Dipartimento di Fisica - Aula 501

Abstract:

Seminario di Fenomenologia

The GENEVA framework allows fully differential, fixed order calculations at NNLO to be matched to parton shower programs while also achieving NNLL’ accuracy in the distribution of a jet resolution variable. To date, it has been successfully applied to jet production in e+e- collisions and also the Drell-Yan process at the LHC. In this talk I will discuss the methodology and present its application to VH production at the LHC, which has recently been measured for the first time. I will present comparisons with dedicated fixed order programs as well as showered distributions and discuss future avenues to be explored


Laurea Magistrale

When: Wednesday, November 27, 2019 - 15:00

Particle Accelerators: Past, Present and Future

Speaker:
Davide Tommasini
CERN
When: Wednesday, December 4, 2019 - 15:30
Where: Dipartimento di Fisica - Aula Magna

Abstract:

Particle accelerators are among the largest and most complex scientific instruments mankind has conceived.
Since ever we observe the evidence of particle acceleration in lightning, in their visual (flash) and acoustic (thunder) expression, but the first studies of acceleration and deflection of charged particles date back only to the end of the ‘800.
Nowadays there are more than 30 000 particle accelerators worldwide: their number has doubled during the last 20 years. Most of them are machines for ion implantation,  cancer therapy and for biomedical research. The largest and most complex ones are used for the research in high energy physics. These ones require more and more sophisticated and costly technologies to probe the matter and to understand the laws of our universe, which presently is only known in a small fraction.
This lecture gives an overview of the technological challenges towards a future generation of particle accelerators of high energy physics, keeping in mind the important applications of these technologies in other fields, in particular particle accelerators for cancer therapy and synchrotron light sources.


Laurea

When: Thursday, January 16, 2020 - 15:00

Laurea Magistrale

When: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - 15:00

Laurea

When: Thursday, February 20, 2020 - 15:00

Colloquium in physics

Speaker:
Prof. Stefano Corni
Università di Padova
When: Friday, March 20, 2020 - 14:00
Where: Dipartimento di Fisica

Laurea Magistrale

When: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - 15:00

Laurea

When: Thursday, March 26, 2020 - 15:00

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