Department of Physics and
Center for Complexity & Biosystems.
Università degli Studi di Milano,
Via Celoria 16
20133 Milano, Italy
- 2016, January 25: Ph.D. in Physics at University of Insubria and University of Montpellier (co-tutoring doctorate). Thesis: Low Temperature Theoretical and Numerical Study of Structural Glasses.
- 2012, October 11: graduation in Physics, University of Insubria (Como, Italy).Vote: 110/110 cum laude.
Winner of the 2014 Vinci grant (Program Vinci) from the Université Franco Italienne (UFI) for the Ph.D. joint project.
PSI Internship, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen (Switzerland), May – August 2011. Calculation of radiation damage, helium production and energy deposition of the MEGAPIE target.
Summer Research Student, DESY Hamburg (Germany), July – September 2009. Integration of the silicon telescope in EUDAQ Software.
- Computational biology – Protein Folding, Lipid Membranes
- Physics of friction at nanoscale
- Energy landscape of complex systems
- Glasses and glass transition – Quantum tunneling systems
- Jug, S. Bonfanti and W. Kob: Realistic Tunneling States for the Magnetic Effects in Non-Metallic Real Glasses, Philosophical Magazine 96, 648-703 (2016).
- Bonfanti and G. Jug: On the Paramagnetic Impurity Concentration of Silicate Glasses from Low-Temperature Physics, Journal of Low Temperature Physics 180, 214-237 (2015).
- Jug, M. Paliienko and S. Bonfanti: The Glassy State – Magnetically Viewed from the Frozen End, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 401, 66-72 (2014).
- Berra et al.: SiPM based readout system for PbWO4 crystals, Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., Sect. A 718, 63–65 (2013).