Torino Graduate School
in Physics and Astrophysics

UNITO-UNIPMN

 

Students have to send the list of courses they intend to follow in
the current year to Prof. Barbaro (barbaro@to.infn.it),
Prof. Chiavassa (achiavas@to.infn.it) and Prof. Costa
(mcosta@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")






    CFU Prof Title
2017






T 01 5 Fornengo

Particle Dark Matter

T 02 5 Panero

Introduction to the large-N limit
 
T 03 5 Passarino
Higgs Physics

T 04 5
Beraudo
Nardi
Introduction to the Physics of the Quark-Gluon Plasma
T
05 5 Pesando Introducing Susy


06 2
Olivero, Vittone
Ion Beam Based Techniques for Materials Science


07 4 Degiovanni Quantum Communication


08     3 Liuzzo
Introduction to Radio Interferometry and ALMA






09 6 Ramello
Data Analysis Techniques




10
4
Pelliccioni
Hands-on Fitting and Statistical Tools for Data Analysis

11 8 Bellan
Amapane
Advanced Laboratory

2016






12     4 Arcidiacono Calorimetry in particle physics experiments


13 6
Sozzetti

Search and characterization for extrasolar planets


14 6
Ferrari
Massaro

High energy astrophysics

15
2 Bosia
Bioinspired materials






16    3
Andreon Bayesan Statistics


Courses can also be choosen from:
-
Other Graduate School courses (1 CFU every 4 hours)
- Undergraduate courses (from Laurea Magistrale, for example) (1 CFU every 8 hours)

At least 20 CFU must be obtained from the courses.


T: mandatory for theoretical curriculum
Responsible for the theoretical CV: Prof. M. B. Barbaro
Responsibles for the experimental CV: Prof. A. Chiavassa, Prof. M. Costa