03.06.01 Физика и астрономия;
22.06.01 Технологии материалов;
09.06.01 Информатика и вычислительная техника.
Область научных интересов (научная тематика)
Физика элементарных частиц, физика эмульсионных детекторов, физика нейтрино, физика тёмной материи.
Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Naples in March 2001.
Professor De Lellis is a world leading expert on a nuclear emulsion technology, with particular emphasis in neutrino physics. He made his Ph.D. thesis on the search for double-charm production in charged-current neutrino interactions in the CHORUS experiment at CERN and he observed in the nuclear emulsion films the first event ever detected of this kind. He was elected Spokesperson of the OPERA Collaboration in 2012 when the Collaboration had published only one tau neutrino candidate. He was leading the Collaboration to its scientific success: in 2015 the Collaboration reported 5 events with a
Professor De Lellis got various grants, including Innovative Training Network grant.
He is an author of more than 100 publications, with h-factor = 33. He has also got a Patent from the World Intellectual Property Organization.
Professor De Lellis has supervised 9 Ph.D. students and 13 master students.
Hirsch index — 30.
Публикации в СМИ (примеры):
- Neutrinos found to switch to elusive ‘tau’ flavour
- OPERA’s final act features five new tau neutrinos
Supervisor’s specific requirements:
- You are interested in theoretical physics of quantum many-body systems, quantum fields in statistical physics, analytical solutions. Having research background and publications in these areas is an advantage. You must have MSc in physics, quantum electronics, superconducting metamaterials.
- Fluent English, both oral and writing skills
Supervisor’s main publications:
- The OPERA experiment in the CERN to Gran Sasso neutrino beam Acquafredda, R., Adam, T., Agafonova, N., (...), Zghiche, A., Zimmermann, R. 2009 Journal of Instrumentation. 4(4),P04018
- Observation of a first ντ candidate event in the OPERA experiment in the CNGS beam. Agafonova, N., Aleksandrov, A., Altinok, O., (...), Zghiche, A., Zimmermann, R. 2010 Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics. 691(3), с.
- High-speed particle tracking in nuclear emulsion by last-generation automatic microscopes. Armenise, N., De Serio, M., Ieva, M., (...), Romano, G., Sirignano, C. 2005 Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment. 551(2-3), с.