Leonardo Giusti                                                                                                                                                                                                                              



Dipartimento di Fisica "G. Occhialini"
Universita' di Milano-Bicocca
Piazza della Scienza, 3
20126 Milano

Phone:  +39 02 6448 2532
e-mail:  Leonardo.Giusti"at"mib.infn.it

Research interests

Quantum field theory and elementary particle physics, Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), flavour phenomenology, lattice QCD, numerical simulations.

Curriculum vitae. For an up-to-date list of publications see the SPIRES High-Energy Physics Database.

Selected plenary talks

Multi-boson block factorization of fermions (Lattice 2017 - Granada)
Recent progress on chiral symmetry breaking in QCD (Lattice 2015 - Kobe)
Implications of Poincaré symmetry for thermal field theories (Origin of Mass 2015 - Odense)
Lattice QCD: a theoretical femtoscope for non-perturbative strong dynamics (Napoli 2010)
Chiral symmetry breaking and the Banks-Casher relation on the lattice (Taipei 2009)
Lattice QCD with light quarks compares to chiral perturbation theory (Ringberg workshop 2006)
Solving the U(1) problem in QCD with a non-perturbative implementation of the Witten-Veneziano mechanism (MIT and CERN 2005)
Exact Chiral Symmetry on the Lattice: QCD Applications (Lattice 2002 - Boston)

Lectures at international schools

Factorization of fermions and multi-level integration (lectures +slides) (Odense 2017)
Broken symmetries and lattice gauge theory (1st +slides, 2nd, 3rd +slides, 4th +slides, 5th +slides lecture) (Galileo Galilei Institute 2016, ICTP 2017, Benasque 2018)
Lattice QCD with Wilson and Ginsparg-Wilson fermions (1st, 2nd lecture) (College de France 2005 - Paris)
Chiral fermions and their phenomenological applications (1st, 2nd lecture) (Bern 2002)

Unpublished notes

Spectral density of the QCD Dirac operator at the NLO in chiral perturbation theory (March 2008)