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Francesco Bajardi

Francesco Bajardi
Scuola Superiore Meridionale (SSM)

PhD

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Publications (47)
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Gravitational waves (GWs) in Modified Gravity are discussed and compared with General Relativity in view of possible detection of new modes. After a summary of some classes of modified theories, we recall GWs properties in General Relativity as the basic standard by which to compare any modified theory. Then, we discuss GWs in Extended Theories lik...
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We study a theory of gravity of the form f ( G ) where G is the Gauss–Bonnet topological invariant without considering the standard Einstein–Hilbert term as common in the literature, in arbitrary ( d + 1 ) dimensions. The approach is motivated by the fact that, in particular conditions, the Ricci curvature scalar can be easily recovered and then a...
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We develop the n-dimensional cosmology for \(f(\mathcal {G})\) gravity, where \(\mathcal {G}\) is the Gauss–Bonnet topological invariant. Specifically, by the so-called Noether Symmetry Approach, we select \(f(\mathcal {G})\simeq \mathcal {G}^k\) power-law models where k is a real number. In particular, the case \(k = 1/2\) for \(n=4\) results equi...
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GINGER (Gyroscopes IN GEneral Relativity), based on an array of large dimension ring laser gyroscopes, is aiming at testing on Earth General Relativity effects, like the gravito-electric and gravito-magnetic effects (also known as De Sitter and Lense-Thirring effects) and the Lorentz violation. The sensitivity is a function of the size and of the l...
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Absolute angular rotation rate measurements with sensitivity better than prad/sec would be beneficial for fundamental science investigations. On this regard, large frame Earth based ring laser gyroscopes are top instrumentation as far as bandwidth, long term operation and sensitivity are concerned. Their classical sensitivity limit is given by the...
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Discrepancies between observations at early and late cosmic epochs, and the vacuum energy problem associated with the interpretation of cosmological constant, are questioning the $\Lambda$CDM model. Motivated by these conceptual and observational facts, extensions of Einstein's gravity are recently intensively considered in view of curing unsolved...
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Discrepancies between observations at early and late cosmic epochs, and the vacuum energy problem associated with the interpretation of cosmological constant, are questioning ΛCDM model. Motivated by these conceptual and observational facts, extensions of Einstein’s gravity are recently intensively considered in view of curing unsolved issues suffe...
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We consider an extended theory of gravity with Lagrangian [Formula: see text], with [Formula: see text] being a [Formula: see text]th-order invariant made of contractions of the energy–momentum tensor. When [Formula: see text] , this theory reduces to [Formula: see text] gravity, where [Formula: see text] accounts for the trace of the energy–moment...
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Minisuperspace Quantum Cosmology is an approach by which it is possible to infer initial conditions for dynamical systems which can suitably represent observable and non-observable universes. Here we discuss theories of gravity which, from various points of view, extend Einstein’s General Relativity. Specifically, the Hamiltonian formalism for f(R)...
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Minisuperpace Quantum Cosmology is an approach by which it is possible to infer initial conditions for dynamical systems which can suitably represent observable and non-observable universes. Here we discuss theories of gravity which, from various points of view, extend Einstein's General Relativity. Specifically, the Hamiltonian formalism for $f(R)...
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The exploration of the universe has recently entered a new era thanks to the multi-messenger paradigm, characterized by a continuous increase in the quantity and quality of experimental data that is obtained by the detection of the various cosmic messengers (photons, neutrinos, cosmic rays and gravitational waves) from numerous origins. They give u...
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We consider an extended theory of gravity with Lagrangian $\mathcal{L} = f(R,{\bf T}^{(n)})$, with ${\bf T}^{(n)}$ being a $2n$-th order invariant made of contractions of the energy-momentum tensor. When $n=1$ this theory reduces to $f(R,T)$ gravity, where $T$ accounts for the trace of the energy-momentum tensor. We study the gravitational wave pol...
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We consider extensions of General Relativity based on the non-local function f(R,□−1R), where R is the Ricci curvature scalar and the non-locality is due to the term □−1R. We focus on cosmological minisuperspaces and select viable models by the Noether Symmetry Approach. Then we find viable exact solutions pointing out the role of non-locality in c...
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We discuss some main aspects of theories of gravity containing non-local terms in view of cosmological applications. In particular, we consider various extensions of General Relativity based on geometrical invariants as $f(R, \Box^{-1} R)$, $f({\cal G}, \Box^{-1} {\cal G})$ and $f(T, \Box^{-1} T)$ gravity where $R$ is the Ricci curvature scalar, $\...
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We discuss some main aspects of theories of gravity containing nonlocal terms in view of cosmological applications. In particular, we consider various extensions of general relativity based on geometrical invariants as [Formula: see text], [Formula: see text] and [Formula: see text] gravity where [Formula: see text] is the Ricci curvature scalar, [...
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We consider extensions of General Relativity based on the non-local function $f(R, \Box^{-1} R)$, where $R$ is the Ricci curvature scalar and the non-locality is due to the term $\Box^{-1} R$. We focus on cosmological minisuperspaces and select viable models by the Noether Symmetry Approach. Then we find viable exact solutions pointing out the role...
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The exploration of the universe has recently entered a new era thanks to the multi-messenger paradigm, characterized by a continuous increase in the quantity and quality of experimental data that is obtained by the detection of the various cosmic messengers (photons, neutrinos, cosmic rays and gravitational waves) from numerous origins. They give u...
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Lovelock gravity in D -dimensional space-times is considered adopting Cartan's structure equations. In this context, we find out exact solutions in cosmological and spherically symmetric backgrounds. In the latter case, we also derive horizons and the corresponding Bekenstein-Hawking entropies. Moreover, we focus on the topological Chern-Simons the...
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We test the validity of a possible schematization of DNA structure and dynamics based on the Chern–Simons theory, that is a topological field theory mostly considered in the context of effective gravity theories. By means of the expectation value of the Wilson Loop, derived from this analogue gravity approach, we find the point-like curvature of ge...
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We test the validity of a possible schematization of DNA structure and dynamics based on the Chern-Simons theory, that is a topological field theory mostly considered in the context of effective gravity theories. By means of the expectation value of the Wilson Loop, derived from this analogue gravity approach, we find the point-like curvature of ge...
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Lovelock gravity in $D$-dimensional space-times is considered adopting Cartan's structure equations. In this context, we find out exact solutions in cosmological and spherically symmetric backgrounds. In the latter case, we also derive horizons and the corresponding Bekenstein-Hawking entropies. Moreover, we focus on the topological Chern-Simons th...
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It is well known that General Relativity cannot be considered under the standard of a perturbatively renormalizable quantum field theory, but asymptotic safety is taken into account as a possibility for the formulation of gravity as a non-perturbative renormalizable theory. Recently, the entropy argument has however stepped into the discussion clai...
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It is well known that General Relativity cannot be considered under the standard of a perturbatively renormalizable quantum field theory, but asymptotic safety is taken into account as a possibility for the formulation of gravity as a non-perturbative renormalizable theory. Recently, the entropy argument has however stepped into the discussion clai...
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The sensitivity to angular rotation of the top class Sagnac gyroscope GINGERINO is carefully investigated with standard statistical means, using 103 days of continuous operation and the available geodesic measurements of the Earth angular rotation rate. All features of the Earth rotation rate are correctly reproduced. The unprecedented sensitivity...
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In the original publication of the article most of the authors had been linked to the wrong affiliation. The original article has been corrected. Author information Affiliations Dipartimento di Fisica Ettore Pancini, Università di Napoli Federico II and INFN sez. di Napoli, Complesso Univ. Monte Sant’Angelo, via Cintia, Napoli, Italy Salvatore Cap...
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The debate on gravity theories to extend or modify general relativity is very active today because of the issues related to ultraviolet and infrared behavior of Einstein’s theory. In the first case, we have to address the quantum gravity problem. In the latter, dark matter and dark energy, governing the large-scale structure and the cosmological ev...
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The debate on gravity theories to extend or modify General Relativity is very active today because of the issues related to ultra-violet and infra-red behavior of Einstein's theory. In the first case, we have to address the Quantum Gravity problem. In the latter, dark matter and dark energy, governing the large scale structure and the cosmological...
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We apply the Noether Symmetry Approach to point-like teleparallel Lagrangians in view to derive minisuperspaces suitable for Quantum Cosmology. Adopting the Arnowitt–Deser–Misner formalism, we find out related Wave Functions of the Universe. Specifically, by means of appropriate changes of variables suggested by the existence of Noether symmetries,...
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The sensitivity to angular rotation of the top class Sagnac gyroscope GINGERINO is carefully investigated with standard statistical means, using 103 days of continuous operation and the available geodesic measurements of the Earth angular rotation rate. All features of the Earth rotation rate are correctly reproduced. The sensitivity of fractions o...
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We apply the Noether Symmetry Approach to point-like teleparallel Lagrangians in view to derive minisuperspaces suitable for Quantum Cosmology. Adopting the Arnowitt-Deser-Misner formalism, we find out related Wave Functions of the Universe. Specifically, by means of appropriate changes of variables suggested by the existence of Noether symmetries,...
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Non-local gravity cosmologies are considered under the standard of Noether symmetry approach. In particular, we focus on non-local theories whose gravitational actions depend on curvature and Gauss–Bonnet scalar invariants. Specific functional forms of the related point-like Lagrangians are selected by Noether symmetries, and we solve the correspon...
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We discuss nonminimally coupled cosmologies involving different geometric invariants. Specifically, actions containing a nonminimally coupled scalar field to gravity described, in turn, by curvature, torsion and Gauss–Bonnet scalars are considered. We show that couplings, potentials and kinetic terms are determined by the existence of Noether symme...
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We consider f(Q) extended symmetric teleparallel cosmologies, where Q is the non-metricity scalar, and constrain its functional form through the order reduction method. By using this technique, we are able to reduce and integrate the field equations and thus to select the corresponding models giving rise to bouncing cosmology. The selected Lagrangi...
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Non-local gravity cosmologies are considered under the standard of Noether Symmetry Approach. In particular, we focus on non-local theories whose gravitational actions depend on curvature and Gauss-Bonnet scalar invariants. Specific functional forms of the related point-like Lagrangians are selected by Noether symmetries and we solve the correspond...
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We consider f ( Q ) extended symmetric teleparallel cosmologies, where Q is the non-metricity scalar, and constrain its functional form through the order reduction method. By using this technique, we are able to reduce and integrate the field equations and thus to select the corresponding models giving rise to bouncing cosmology. The selected Lagra...
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The Noether–Bessel-Hagen theorem can be considered a natural extension of Noether Theorem to search for symmetries. Here, we develop the approach for dynamical systems introducing the basic foundations of the method. Specifically, we establish the Noether–Bessel-Hagen analysis of mechanical systems where external forces are present. In the second p...
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We discuss non-minimally coupled cosmologies involving different geometric invariants. Specifically, actions containing a non-minimally coupled scalar field to gravity described, in turn, by curvature, torsion and Gauss--Bonnet scalars are considered. We show that couplings, potentials and kinetic terms are determined by the existence of Noether sy...
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Interactions of novel bi-dimensional nanomaterials and live matter such as bacteria and viruses represent an extremely hot topic due to the unique properties of the innovative nanomaterials, capable in some cases to exhibit bactericide and antiviral actions. The interactions between bacteria and viruses and two dimensional nanosheets are here inves...
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We develop the $n$-dimensional cosmology for $f(\mathcal{G})$ gravity, where $\mathcal{G}$ is the \emph{Gauss-Bonnet} topological invariant. Specifically, by the so-called Noether Symmetry Approach, we select $f(\mathcal{G})\simeq \mathcal{G}^k$ power-law models where $k$ is a real number. In particular, the case $k = 1/2$ for $n=4$ results equival...
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The Noether-Bessel-Hagen theorem can be considered a natural extension of Noether Theorem to search for symmetries. Here, we develop the approach for dynamical systems introducing the basic foundations of the method. Specifically, we establish the Noether-Bessel-Hagen analysis of mechanical systems where external forces are present. In the second p...
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The identification of molecules whose biological activity can be properly modulated by light is a promising therapeutic approach aimed to improve drug selectivity and efficacy on the molecular target and to limit the side effects compared to traditional drugs. Recently, two photo-switchable diastereomeric benzodiazopyrrole derivatives 1RR and 1RS h...
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A novel technique was demonstrated that overcomes important drawbacks to crosslink cells by irradiation with ultrashort ultraviolet laser pulses (L-crosslinking). To use this technique coupled to Chromatin ImmunoPrecipitation (ChIP) in a high throughput context, a prescreening fast method needs to be implemented to set up suitable irradiation condi...
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A novel technique was demonstrated that overcome important drawbacks to crosslink cells by irradiation with ultrashort UV laser pulses (L-crosslinking). To use this technique coupled to Chromatin ImmunoPrecipitation (ChIP) in a high throughput context, a pre-screening fast method needs to be implemented to set up suitable irradiation conditions of...
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We study a generalized Gauss-Bonnet theory of gravity of the form of $f(\mathcal{G})$ without considering the standard Einstein-Hilbert term as standard in the literature. The approach is motivated by the fact that, in particular conditions, the Ricci curvature scalar can be easily recovered and then a pure $f(\cal G)$ gravity can be considered a f...

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