Diego Lonardoni

Astrophysics, Computational Physics, Nuclear Physics

Ph.D. in Physics


Awards and achievements (5) View all

  • Sep 2015
    "Osamu Hashimoto Prize", award for the best presentation in the young researchers’ session of the “International School for Strangeness Nuclear Physics” Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan September 3-5, 2015
  • Nov 2014
    Award for the best Ph.D. thesis in Physics for the academic year 2012-2013, University of Trento, Italy
  • May 2011
    Merit award for post-university activities, Cassa Rurale Bassa Vallagarina, Caprino Veronese (VR), Italy


Scientific interests
- Nuclear Physics : baryon-baryon interactions, nuclear structure, nuclei and hypernuclei properties, neutron systems, strange systems
- Nuclear Astrophysics: equation of state and properties of nuclear and hyper-nuclear matter, neutron stars
- Computational Physics: few- and many-body techniques, quantum Monte Carlo methods, parallel computing. HPC

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