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Pasquale Lubrano

c/o Dipartimento di Fisica - Università degli Studi di Perugia

Via Alessandro Pascoli - 06123 Perugia – Italy

Phone: +39 075 5852738 – Fax: +39 075 5847296
Phone: +39 349 5557931, 320-7808411
E-mail: pasquale.lubrano@pg.infn.it




 After graduating from high school at the Liceo Scientifico Ettore Majorana in Latina and achieving the Italian Laurea degree from the University of Pisa in 1983, he attended the graduate school of Syracuse University where he succesfully defended his Ph. D. (Ds production and decay at the Y(4S) region) in 1988. His research activity was focused in the Elementary Particle field. After working in the CLEO Collaboration at CESR he  joined the European Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN) as a fellow to work in the UA2 Experiment. In 1990 he joined the INFN Sezione di Perugia where, after the conclusion of his engagement in UA2, he started working on the search for direct CP violation in the decays of neutral K mesons (NA48 at CERN). In 2000 he joined the GLAST project. GLAST (recently renamed to FERMI) is an astro-particle physics partnership exploring the high energy gamma-ray universe: this mission is a part of the NASA Office of Space and Science Strategic Plan. The satellite was launched on Jun 11th, 2008 and it has been collecting data since then. He has organized several international conferences in Perugia, and he is  member of the International Advisory Committee of CALOR (International Conference for Calorimetry in High Energy Physics) and ScNeGHE (Science with the New Generation of High Energy Gamma-ray Experiments). From November 15, 2007, he is Director of the INFN Section of Perugia.


Inspire publications list

Citation index

 
Links to past and present research activities:                   


   The NA48 Experiment


   The GLAST Mission

GLAST Perugia

Attività didattica:

Corso di Laboratorio di Fisica Nucleare e Subnucleare I (Laurea Specialistica, 2 sem, 4 anno)
Corso di Laboratorio di Fisica Nucleare e Subnucleare II (Laurea Specialistica, 1 sem, 5 anno)
Corso di Astrofisica Gamma (Dottorato di Ricerca)




 



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