University of Torino
Graduate Program in Physics


 

Students have to send the list of courses they intend to follow in the current year to Prof. Billo' (billo@to.infn.it), to Prof. Costa (marco.costa@to.infn.it) and to Prof. Masera (massimo.masera@to.infn.it), and to Prof. Mignone (andrea.mignone@to.infn.it)

The students who intend to pursue a theoretical curriculum are specifically required to follow 5 mandatory courses (those denoted by the letter "T")

Courses 2020-2021






    CFU Prof Title
T 01 5 Pesando

Non perturbative aspects of classical and quantum field theory

T 02 5 Panero

Introduction to the large N-limit
 
T 03 5 Beraudo   Nardi
Soma'


Many-body techniques for nuclear theory

T 04 5
Giunti
Taoso
Dark Matter and Neutrino Physics
T
05 5 Jung Effective Field Theory techniques for New Physics searches

T 06
6
Badger
Introduction to on-shell amplitudes


07 4 Arcidiacono Calorimetry in particle physics experiments


08

3
Finco
Experiment design in particle physics

09 6
Bianchi Data Analysis Techniques


10 3 Pacher Introduction to FPGA programming


11
4 Legger Big Data Science and Machine Learning


12 3 Mignone Introduction to Parallel Programming with MPI


13 3
De Lillo
Introduction to Turbulence


14
3
Sozzetti
Search and characterization for extrasolar planets


15 2
Spagna Chemo-dynamical evolution of the Milky Way


16 5
Degiovanni Quantum communication


17 2 Forneris
Experimental implementation of quantum devices


18 2
Olivero
Vittone
Ion beam based techniques for Materials Science


19    2 Bedogni Experimental techniques for neutron detection



Courses can also be chosen from:
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Other Graduate School courses
- Undergraduate courses (from Laurea Magistrale, for example,
                                        1 CFU every 8 hours)

At least 20 CFU must be obtained from the courses.

The students who intend to pursue a theoretical curriculum are specifically required to follow 5 mandatory courses (among those denoted by the letter “T”)
Responsible for the theoretical CV: Prof. M. Billo'
Responsibles for the experimental CV:  Prof. M. Costa,
Prof. M. Masera
Responsible for the astrophysical CV: Prof. A. Mignone