Giuseppe Lucente

My name is Giuseppe Lucente and I am a PhD student at the university of Bari. My research deals with the role of axions and other weakly interacting particles in Astrophysics, evaluating their impact on the standard stellar evolution and their possible signature on Earth. I am starting to study also their role in Cosmology and I am interested also in other topics, such as the emission of gravitational waves from core collapse supernovae. In my free time I like reading literature and watching TV series or sport events. I love traveling and eating good food of cuisines from all over the world.

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  • 3rd-6th September 2024: 2nd General Meeting in Istanbul, Turkey 
  • 10th-13th June 2024: 2nd Training School in Lubjiana, Slovenia
  • 1st-2nd February 2024: Working Groups Meeting at DESY (Hamburg), Germany
  • 17th October 2023: Cosmic WISPers member Federico Urban and his team have just been awarded a Czech Inter-COST grant to work on spin-2 WISPs over the next two years. Read more.

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