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Alessio Franchi

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Degree: Pisa (2020)
Research: Conformal Field Theories
Thesis: Interplay between local and global symmetries in critical lattice systems with matter fields
Supervisor: Ettore Vicari
Room: 168 Ed.C

 

I was born in Poggibonsi (Tuscany) in 1996.
I got both the bachelor degree and the master degree in theoretical physics at the University of Pisa.
In my master thesis, I studied numerically the critical behavior of a 2D lattice model of multiflavor scalar Chromo-Dynamics in the presence of SO(N_c) non-Abelian gauge symmetries and O(N_f) global symmetries.
The thesis, supervised by Prof. Ettore Vicari and Dr. Claudio Bonati, introduced me to the Renormalization Group framework and critical phenomena, topics intimately related to the concept of universality.
My research activity currently focuses on lattice gauge theories, but more in general I'm interested in non-perturbative approaches to quantum field theories, be they applied to the high-energy physics context or statistical systems.

Presentations

2022

Franchi, Alessio

Interplay between local and global symmetries in critical lattice systems with matter fields Presentation

12.10.2022.

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2021

Franchi, Alessio

Fermi liquids theory from a Renormalization Group perspective Presentation

13.09.2021.

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