Carmelo Evoli’s webpage

Short bio

I am Assistant Professor at the Gran Sasso Science Institute in L’Aquila (Italy).

My research activity is in the area of theoretical particle astrophysics.

I’m mainly interested in investigating the generation and transport of energetic cosmic-ray particles with particular emphasis on gamma-ray signatures and the feedback with the interstellar environments. To this aim, I have been developing numerical approaches to investigate the transport of cosmic rays in the Galaxy and testing my models against multi-messenger observations of nuclei, leptons, diffuse gamma-rays and neutrinos. I also aim at exploring the role of dark matter candidate particles in astrophysics and cosmology.

My career developed at several institutions, I completed my PhD in October 2010 at SISSA and, before to join GSSI, I was a postdoc at NAOC in Bejing and at the II. Institute for Theoretical Physics of Hamburg University where I worked on topics including particle physics phenomenology, astrophysical signatures of dark matter, and physics of the Early Universe.

My worldline

2019-.Assistant Professor at Gran Sasso Science Institute (L’Aquila, Italy)
2018-2019Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow at Gran Sasso Science Institute
2016-2017Postdoc Researcher at Gran Sasso Science Institute
2012-2015Postdoc Researcher at Hamburg University (Germany)
2011Visiting Scientist at Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa, Italy) and National Astronomical Observatory of China (Beijing, China)
2010.10.20PhD in Astrophysics at SISSA (here my thesis)
2006.10.20M.Sci. in Physics, Pisa University, Italy


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