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Giovanni Banelli

Early-stage researcher (ESR) of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Network AMVA4NewPhysics and PhD student in Theoretical Particle Physics at the Technische Universität München (TUM). Research interests include physics beyond the Standard Model and topics in Quantum Field Theory.

A week with Nobel Laureates

by Giovanni Banelli

I’m on the plane for Boston, where on Monday I will start my MathWorks internship, i.e. the secondment planned within my AMVA4NewPhysics position. It’s 10PM in the Central European Time, but outside it’s still very bright. Tiredness cannot be hidden. Just this morning I left my hotel in Lindau, where I attended the 2019 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting on Physics (Sunday June 30th – Friday July 5th). Continue reading “A week with Nobel Laureates”

Science taken wide


by Giovanni Banelli

Hi everyone, my name is Giovanni Banelli and I’m the last student joining the AMVA4NewPhysics network. I will be based in Munich (Technical University) and formally I’m the only theorist among the ESRs; hence I will be working on the theory/phenomenology side of the use of advanced statistical tools in searches for New Physics. Continue reading “Science taken wide”

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