I joined the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics at the New York University and the Center for Computational Astrophysics at the Flatiron Institute in January, 2019.

I am investigating the origin of the ultra-high-energy cosmic-ray dipole anisotropy, the multi-messenger signatures of high energy cosmic accelerators and the role of cosmic-rays on the evolution of life.

I love teaching and I have taught students in both professional (applied physics) and research (fundamental physics) masters.


Black hole jets

- Central engine of relativistic jets associated with stellar and supermassive black holes

- Relativistic jets collimation mechanisms

Multi-messenger astroparticle physics

- Cosmic-ray spectrum and composition

- Multi-messenger probes of ultra-high energy cosmic-ray origin

- Propagation of ultra-high energy cosmic-rays in Galactic and extragalactic magnetic fields 

- Acceleration processes in different astrophysical environments (at relativistic and non relativistic shocks)

Cosmic rays and origin of life

- origin of biological homochirality

- role of cosmic rays in the emergence of life in different astrophysical environments