Theses

Several master and PhD theses are available.

 

PhD Theses

2019

  1. TBD; Lorenzo Pierini [supervisor: Leonardo Gualteri]
  2. TBD; Massimo Vaglio [ supervisors: Andrea Maselli / Leonardo Gualteri / Paolo Pani]
  3. TBD; Giuseppe Lingetti [supervisors: Paolo Pani / Richard Brito]

2018

  1. Tidal deformability in General Relativity and beyond; Goncalo Castro [supervisor: Leonardo Gualteri]
  2. Probing the horizon of black holes through gravitational waves; Elisa Maggio [supervisor: Paolo Pani]
  3. Testing the nature of compact objects with EMRIs; Gabriel Piovano [supervisor: Andrea Maselli / Paolo Pani]

2017

  1. Constraining the equation of state of neutron stars with astrophysical and gravitational wave observations; Margherita Fasano [supervisors: Valeria Ferrari / Andrea Maselli]
  2. Testing the nature of black holes with gravitational waves; Guilherme Raposo [supervisor: Paolo Pani]

Master Theses

2019/2020

  1. TBA; Susanna Barsanti [supervisor: Andrea Maselli]
  2. TBA; Enrico Cannizzaro [supervisor: Paolo Pani]
  3. TBA; Fabrizio Corelli [supervisor: Paolo Pani]
  4. TBA; Giulio Danella [supervisor: Andrea Maselli]
  5. TBA; Marina de Amicis [supervisor: Paolo Pani]
  6. Quasi periodic oscillations and the neutron star equation of state; Irene Fabbri [supervisor: Andrea Maselli] 

2018/2019

  1. On the Vainshtein mechanism for compact objects in modified theories of gravity; Flavio Riccardi [supervisor: Paolo Pani] (moved to PhD at SISSA)
  2. TBA; Francesco di Pasqua [supervisor: Paolo Pani]
  3. TBA; Sara Grillo [supervisor: Paolo Pani]
  4. Gravitational Waves from Extreme Mass-Ratio Inspirals in Einstein-dilaton-Gauss-Bonnet gravity; Lorenzo Pierini [supervisor: Leonardo Gualtieri]
  5. A slow-rotation expansion of quasi-normal modes of Kerr black holes; Matteo Pracchia [supervisor: Leonardo Gualtieri]
  6. Scalarized black hole solutions in modified Gauss-Bonnet gravity; Jacopo Busatto [supervisor: Leonardo Gualtieri]
  7. Structure of compact stars in modified theories of gravity; Marco Di Bella [supervisor: Leonardo Gualtieri]

2017/2018

  1. Quasi-Normal Modes excitation in coalescence processes; Rita Fiorini [supervisor: Valeria Ferrari] 
  2. Viability of gravastars as dark compact objects:  stability analysis for static and rotating solutions; Emanuele D'Angelo [supervisor: Paolo Pani]
  3. Gravitational-wave spectroscopy of exotic compact objects: eikonal approximation and tests of the no-hair theorem; Arianna Foschi [supervisor: Paolo Pani] (moved to PhD at IST, Lisbon)
  4. On general parametrisations for non-rotating black hole solutions in modified gravity theories; Giuseppe Lingetti [supervisor: Paolo Pani]
  5. Tests on the nature of compact objects: an analytical template for gravitational-wave echoes; Adriano Testa [supervisor: Paolo Pani] (moved to PhD at Caltech)
  6. Relativistic Axion stars; Davide Guerra [supervisor: Paolo Pani]

2016/2017

  1. Evolution of the black hole superradiant instability in the presence of multiple modes; Giuseppe Ficarra [supervisor: Paolo Pani] (moved to PhD at King's College London)
  2. On theoretical constraints on Palatini modified gravity; Giulia Ventagli [supervisor: Paolo Pani] (moved to PhD at Nottingham University)

2015/2016

  1. Early-universe Cìcosmology in Einstein-Scalar-Gauss-Bonnet Gravity; Laura Sberna [supervisor: Paolo Pani] (moved to PhD at Perimeter Institute)
  2. Constraining Black Holes with Light Boson Hair Using QPOs; Nicola Franchini [supervisor: Paolo Pani] (moved to PhD at Nottingham University)
  3. Exotic compact objects as black-hole mimickers spectroscopy and stability of wormholes; Elisa Maggio [supervisor: Paolo Pani] (moved to PhD at Sheffeld University, then Sapienza)

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