Gabriele Levati

Gabriele Levati

Current position:

PhD student


University of Padova and INFN Padova

Field of research:

Beyond the Standard Model particle physics phenomenology

What is your career trajectory to date?

I studied for my bachelor’s at the university of Milan-Bicocca. I then moved to Padova, where I obtained my master’s degree in Physics and where I am now a Phd student.

What are the most exciting open questions in your research area?

I think that the most motivating open questions in my field regard the still unknown nature of dark matter and the origin of the matter/antimatter asymmetry in the universe.

What role do you think a network like COSMIC WISPers can play in developing WISP searches in Europe?

I think that networks like COSMIC WISPers represent excellent opportunities for physicists across Europe to meet and discuss about their research. Creating a collaborative environment which encourages the sharing ideas is fundamental for developing effective strategies for tackling open problems in the field of WISP searches.


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