Stefano Roberto Soleti

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Stefano Roberto Soleti

DPhil Candidate in Particle Physics

I obtained a Master's Degree in 2014 at Sapienza - University of Rome with a thesis on the electromagnetic calorimeter of the Mu2e experiment at Fermilab.
After the graduation I won a six-month scholarship at the INFN Frascati National Laboratories in Italy, where I pursued my research for scintillator crystals and photosensors suitable for the Mu2e experiment.

In the summer of 2015 I I have then participated to the AlCap experiment, which aims to fully understand particle emission after muon capture.

I started my DPhil at University of Oxford in October 2015, working in the MicroBooNE experiment, a liquid argon TPC designed for short-baseline neutrino physics. My research is now focused on the reconstruction performances of the detector and my final thesis will include the study of the low-energy neutrino-like events, previously observed by MiniBooNE.

I am a Leathersellers' Scholar at the St Catherine's college in Oxford.

I am a demonstrator in the Optics laboratory for 1st year undergraduate students.

My articles are available on my INSPIRE profile and Google scholar page.