Studies on the production of innovative radio-nuclides for theranostics applications. Use of state-of-art nuclear reaction codes and modeling tools to calculate theoretical cross sections, rates, yields and purities and to validate them with the most recent experimental data.
Numerical study of new types of quantum gates based on (non)linear optics. Use of finite-difference methods codes to study light propagation in nano-structures in the context of silicon/graphene/nanowires photonics.
Application of tracking algorithms, developed for particle physics, to animal motion studies in the field of experimental biology. Case study: investigation of tadpoles behaviour in presence of predators.