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Tiziano Peraro

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of Physics and Astronomy "Augusto Righi"

Academic discipline: FIS/02 Theoretical Physics, Mathematical Models and Methods

Short Bio

Scientific researcher at the University of Bologna since 2020. His scientific activity concerns the field of theoretical physics of fundamental interactions and related phenomenology.

After obtaining its PhD at the Max Planck Institute for Physics and the TUM in Munich, he worked as a postdoc in Edinburgh, Mainz and Zurich.

His main scientific interests are the development and usage of advanced techniques for making theoretical predictions in quantum field theory, focusing on scattering amplitudes and their usage for high-precision phenomenology for collider experiments. He is author of several high-impact scientific publications and he is part of international scientific collaborations. He is author of public codes, such as Ninja, regularly used in phenomenological studies for LHC, and FiniteFlow, which implements several computational techniques based on finite fields and has been used to produce cutting-edge results for amplitudes and form factors, both analytic and numeric.

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