Mario A. Acero Ortega

PhD in Physics and Astrophysics

Astroparticle and Neutrino Physics Group

Università degli Studi di Torino

Via P. Giuria, 1
I-10125 Torino, Italy
Tel: 011 670-7066
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I am broadly interested in connecting new theoretical ideas for physics beyond the Standard Model to present and near-future experiments. My research has been primarily focused on neutrino physics, an exciting and promising research area that will remain at the focus of experimental and theoretical inquiry for some time to come.

I worked with Carlo Giunti, in the Astroparticle and Neutrino Physics Group, on the analysis of neutrino oscillation experimental data. I took part of the International Doctorate of Astroparticle Physics, IDAPP, through which I worked with Julien Lesgourgues, from Theory Division at CERN, mainly focused in Neutrinos in Cosmology.
Thanks to the IDAPP program, I got my PhD title from the University of Torino together with the University of Savoie (working at the LAPTH).

My CV at CvLAC: Here (Speficically for Colciencias).

List of my publications (provided by INSPIRE) Talks, Seminars, Posters, etc. Courses I have attended (offered by the Department of Theoretical Physics):
  • Introduction to Perturbative QCD
  • Introduction to Non Pertubative Field Theory
  • Physics of the Early Universe
  • Field theory of complex systems at finite temperature and density
  • Introduction to Statistical Mechanics and its applications
  • Lectures on Neutrino Physics
  • Standard Model physics at accelerators and Monte Carlo techniques
Information about the courses here. Information about the PhD, specifically for the foreign students, can be seen here.

Schools and Conferences (in chronological order):


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