Xperimental physicist, researcher at Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN).
My research activity, focused on understanding the standard model of elementary
particles and basic interactions, started at CDF- Collider Detector at Fermilab, installed
in the namesake Laboratory in the outskirts of Chicago. Here I was part of the team
that discovered the top quark in 1994-1995,then studied its properties in the following year, and finally
hunted the Higgs boson. I am not part of the ATLAS experiment at the CERN LHC.
Since more than ten years I deal with the problems related to valorization and
evaluation of research and its impact on society, and held leading roles both in my institution at at national level.
I have interest in communicating science and in developing exchange between scientists and
public at large in the context of engaging both sides in a dialogue.
Giorgio Chiarelli will be present at the conference : “How Do Research Organizations Foster A Broader Range Of Roles In Research?” on friday the 15th of July from 11:15 to 12:30
The conference will be online and in Cleveringa stage (KOG).
More information : https://www.esof.eu/events/how-do-research-organisations-foster-a-broader-range-of-roles-in-research/