Carla Andreani


Carla Andreani
Full Professor in Applied Physics, University of Rome Tor Vergata
Director Center NAST, Rector Delegate for Networks and Research Infrastructures
Dept. Physics, corridor E0, Room 05



Carla Andreani CV

Current Position

Carla Andreani is an experimental physicist who works in the field of disordered system, quantum fluid and instrumentation, methods and technologies for neutron scattering using the eV and MeV energy. Her scientific interests include applications of neutron science to automotive, aerospace, ICT and cultural heritage. She has realized over 90 experimental campaigns at neutron and synchrotron radiation facilities, a large number of which performed at the ISIS Spallation Neutro (Annex I). She has authored more 400 publications, She contributed to the design and construction of the PRISMA, TOSCA, eVs and VESUVIO beamlines and pioneered and contributed to the development of the neutron spectroscopy at the Deep Inelastic Neutron Scattering (DINS) technique on eVs and VESUVIO bemalines. In 2006 she proposed the use of the high energy neutron spectrum from the spallation sources to mimic the cosmic ray flux responsible for single event upsets in electronic chips and pioneered the accelerated atmospheric neutron testing at ISIS [C. Andreani et al.Applied Physics Letters, 92, 114101 (2008). This work paved the way to the design of a novel beam-line at ISIS, the Chipir instrument at ISIS Target station 2. She is currently a member of the Chipir experimental team at the ISIS neutron facility. She delivered over one hundred seminars and colloquia and served in the organization of national and international conference/workshop/schools and as a member of national and international scientific advisory committees.

Full Professor, Chair of Applied Physics, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy


[from 2015] Full Professor in Applied Physics

[2007-2015] Full Professor in Condensed Matter, Physics Dept, University of Rome Tor Vergata

[2012] Visiting Professor at the Compact Pulsed Hadron Source (CPHS), Tsinghua Univ. (Beijing, China)

[2010] Visiting Professor at Sun Yat-Sen Univ. and Shandong Univ., Inst. of Crystal Materials (China)

[1998-2007] Associate Professor in Condensed Matter, Physics Dept, University of Rome Tor Vergata

[1985-1998] Researcher at Physics Dept, University of Rome Tor Vergata

[1984-1988] Visiting Scientist at the ISIS Spallation Neutron Source, (UK), CNR bursary

[1983-1984] Researcher, serving as Material Scientist, at ENEA Research Centre, Casaccia (I),

[1984] Visiting Scientist at IPNS, Intense Pulsed Neutron Source, Argonne National Lab (IL, USA)

[1981-1983] Visiting Scientist, LINAC Harwell, A.E.R.E. Harwell (Oxfordshire, UK), CNR Bursary

[1980-1981]  Post Doc Fellow, Fondazione Bordoni, Italy


[1977]   Laurea in Physics cum Laude (honours)

Prizes and Awards

[2016]   100 Italian Excellence Award 2016

[2016]   Occhialini Medal and Prize 2016 (IOP-SIF) – Citation: “For her outstanding contributions to novel experimental  techniques and methods in neutron spectroscopy and her tireless commitment to fostering the British- Italian collaboration in neutron science“.

[2011]   Fellow, Institute of Physics (UK) – Citation: “In recognition of personal contribution to the advancement of physics  as a discipline and a profession

Membership of professional societies

  • Italian Physical Society (SIF)
  • Institute of Physics (IOP)
  • European Physical Society (EPS)
  • American Chemical Society (ACS)
  • School of Neutron Scattering “Francesco Paolo Ricci (SoNS)
  • Sociedad Española de Tecnicas Neutronicas (SETN)

Services in national and international panels and advisory committees

1) Founder and Director of the Italian Centre (Nanoscience, Nanotechnology, Instrumentation),  Interdepartmental Centre of University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy) [2013-present]

2) Member of the Governing Board of the Research Institute “Museo Storico della Fisica e Centro Studi e Ricerche “Enrico Fermi” (Italy) [2015-present]

3) Member of the “Neutron Technology Advice Committee (NTAC) of the Chinese Spallation Neutron Source, Dongguan, Guangdong (China), nominated by Chinese Academy of Science [2015-present].

4) Co-Director of International ERICE School “Neutron Science and Instrumentation”, together with I. S. Anderson (Oak   Ridge National Laboratory, US) and R. Caciuffo (Institute for Transuranium Elements Karlsruhe, DE) [2015-present]

5) Rector Delegate for Network and  Research Infrastructures, University Tor Vergata (Italy) [2013-present]

6) Partner of SVILUPPO CULTURA s.r.l., spin off, Ministry of Research and Innovation (Italy) [2010-2014]

7) Member of Governing Board of the University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy) [2005-2008]                            

8) Chairperson of the Access Panel FAP 5, to peer review all beamtime proposals at the ISIS Neutron Source Facility Rutherford Laboratory (Oxfordshire-UK) [2015-present]

9) Member of the Program Committee of UCANS – Union of Union for Compact Accelerator-driven Neutron Sources (UCANS), [2012-present]

10) Member of the Committee for Neutron Spect. and Synch. Radiation of (CNR) [2013-2015]

11) Delegate of CNR president in the Committee of the Ministry of Research “Italian Roadmap for Research          Infrastructure” and Chairperson of thematic groups: 1) Science and Humanities, 2) Energy, 2) Material Science and  Analytical Facilities, 3) Physical Science and Astronomy [2009-2011]

12) Delegate of CNR president for the ESS project (European Spallation Source) [2011]

13) Chairperson of Scientific and Technical Committee COIRICH [2011-2015]

14) Delegate of CNR president and coordinator of the workshop ESS Italy (, kick off for the preparatory phase di ESS (European Spallation Source) in Italy [2011]

15) Chairperson of the “ Panel for the Physical Science” of CNR [2009-2010]

16) Member of the ‘International Advisory Board” of ESS Bilbao [2008-2010]

17) Member and Scientific Secretary of Advisory Scientific Committee for Physical Science of CNR [1994-1998]

18) Spokesperson for CNR within the international agreement CNR-STFC (Science Technology Facility Council), to   coordinate the Italian neutron scattering program at ISIS (UK) [1985-present]

19) Member of the Committee for Neutron Spectroscopy of CNR [1994-2013]

20) Delegate of CNR president of the Interministerial Board ‘Tavolo di Concertazione MIBAC-MIUR” [2010-2111]

21) Member of the Novel Instrumentation Think Tank, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) (USA) [2005-2007]

22) Delegate of CNR president within the Round Table on Neutron Sources (NMI3) (FP3-FP7) [1994-2012]


24) Member of the International Ph.D. school “Materials for Health, Environment and Energy” [2010 to present]

25) [1999-2014] Director of the Journal NOTIZIARIO NEUTRONI E LUCE DI SINCROTRONE”, biannual publications of CNR, ISSN: 1592-7822m

26) Scientific Coordinator of national research projects: CNR-PANAREA II [2014-2020], CNR-FANES   [2015-2017], CNR-ECHIR [2015-2017], CNR-STRASS [2013-2015], CNR-PANAREA I [2008-2014], Spin off SVILUPPO CULTURA [2011-2014], PRIN [2000-2004], PRIN [2000-2002]

27) Scientific Coordinator of international research projects: META [2011-2014], ANCIENT CHARM (FP6) [2005-2009], e.VERDI (FP5) [2001-2006], MAPS (FP5 Marie Curie Training Site) [2002-2006], [2000-2004] TECHNI, (FP5 TMR- Network), [2000-2003] The Microscopic Structure and Dynamics of Supercritical Aqueous Fluids – (FP5 TMR- Network), VESUVIO [1998-2002] (FP4 TMR Access to Large Scale Facility), “Deep Inelastic Neutron Scattering”-(FP1 – TMR Contract N. ST2J-0314-C [1989-1990].

28) Member of international reviewing panels of national and international academic and research institutions (public and  private): Nordic Societal Security Programme [2016]; Swedish Research Council [2014]; ANVUR (Italy) [2012]; Facility Access Panel FAP 5, ISIS Neutron Source Facility, UK) [2011-today]; Ministry of Research (Italy) for PRIN projects [2011-today]; EPSRC, UK [2008-today], ESS Bilbao (E) [2010-2011]; Member   Advisory Panel for Region Lombardy (Italy) [2010]; Review Committee Spallation Neutron Source, (ORNL) [2008- 2011]; Georgia Nat. Science Foundation (Georgia) [2012], National Science Foundation (US) [2010], New Eurasia Foundation (Russia) [2011], Facility Access Panel FAP 5, ISIS Neutron Source, UK [2008-2011]; Ministry of Research (Italy) for Panel Physical Sciences (CIVR) [2002-2009]; Facility Access Panel FAP 5, ISIS Neutron Source, UK [2006- 2008]; Science Advisory Board di Neutron Research Laboratory (NRL) Studsvik Sweden [2000-2002]

29) Reviewer for international Journals: American Chemical Society: Journal of Physical Chemistry, American Physical Society: Physical Review e Physical Review Letters, Journal of Chemical Physics, Institute of Physics, ISRN Condensed Matter Physics., Meas. Sci. Technology, Europhysics Letters, Molecular Physics, Nature, Nature Materials, etc.

30) Member of several committees for the selection of research and professors in Academic and research Institutions in Italy.

31) Member of several National and International Academies/Societies: American Chem. Society (ACS), European    Phys. Society, Inst. of Physics (IOP), Società Italiana di Fisica (SIF), School of Neutron Scattering “Francesco Paolo   Ricci”, SoNS Sociedad Española de Tecnicas Neutronica (SETN), IOP Neutron Scattering Group (UK).

Editorial board

[2010 to present] Member Editorial Board di ISRN Condensed Matter Physics


List of Publications

Research in brief:

  • Study of the structure and dynamics of quantum systems, hydrogen bonded molecular fluids and solids, disordered systems.
  • Design and development of neutron scattering instrumentation at the eV and MeV energies, related techniques and methods

Since 1981 CA has been working on the design and construction of neutron instrumentation and techniques tailored to expand the understanding of interatomic and intermolecular interactions in fluids and hydrogen bonded systems. She worked at the industrial applications of neutron science for the study of residual stress in materials at Harwell Linac (UK) [A. J. Allen, et al. Advances in Physics 34, 445 (1985)]. In the period 1985-2007 she designed and developed instrumentation, techniques and methods at ISIS neutron facility (UK): for example she designed and realized the PRISMA, TOSCA, eVs and VESUVIO beamlines and pioneered and contributed to the development of the neutron spectroscopy at the Deep Inelastic Neutron Scattering (DINS) technique on eVs and VESUVIO bemalines. In 2006 she proposed the use of the high energy neutron spectrum from the spallation sources to mimic the cosmic ray flux responsible for single event upsets in electronic chips and pioneered the accelerated atmospheric neutron testing at ISIS [C. Andreani et al. Applied Physics Letters, 92, 114101 (2008). Such tests mimic the real disruptions and failure, the so-called ‘single event effects’ experienced by electronics, and allow industry to develop strategies, designs and methods to mitigate their effects. This work paved the way to the design of a novel beam-line at ISIS, the Chipir instrument at ISIS Target station 2. She is currently a member of the Chipir experimental team at the ISIS neutron facility. The major breakthroughs achieved during her career are summarized as follow:

  • pioneering industrial applications of neutron scattering through the determination of residual stress in materials;
  • exploiting electron volt spectroscopy, DINS techniques, related methods and technologies to enable neutron scattering measurements to reach attosecond time scales;
  • promoting and contributing to exploiting the use of gamma detectors in eV neutron spectroscopy at ISIS pulsed neutron source;
  • pioneering the use of MeV energy neutron at the spallation neutron sources for rapid testing of effects of high energy neutrons on electronic devices and contributed to the design and construction of ChiPIR at ISIS;
  • pioneering the use of neutrons to explore Cultural Heritage.

Foto Gruppo_maggio 2017
Front Left : Roberto Senesi, Valerio Scacco, Pierfrancesco Ulpiani, Alex Di Giulio, Alexandra Parmentier, Matteo Nardini, Claudia Scatigno , Stefano Dianetti, Dalila Onorati, Sara Miceli, Carla Andreani, Pamela Masciopinto, Giulia Festa

May 2017

From left: Giovanni Romanelli, Laura Arcidiacono, Federico Masi, Kun Tian, Alexandra Parmentier, Carla Andreani, Roberto Senesi, Giulia Festa, Sara Miceli

December 2016

[Science and Innovation with neutron probe]




  • Atomic and Molecular quantum system

– Atomic and Molecular quantum systems
– D2O
– Water

Neutron instrumentation for culturale heritage and chip irradiation
Instrumentation developed in collaboration with CNR and ISIS (UK)


Selected Publications

“Self confinement of water in graphene-oxide Membranes”, Romanelli, A. Liscio, R. Senesi, R. Zamboni, E. Treossi, F. Liscio, G. Giambastiani, V. Palermo, Felix Fernandez-Alonso and C. Andreani, Carbon 108, 199-203 (2016), doi:10.1016/j.carbon.2016.07.021

“Research Opportunities with Compact Accelerator-Driven Neutron Sources”, I. S. Anderson, C. Andreani, J. Carpenter, G. Festa, G. Gorini, C.-K Loong, R. Senesi, Physics Reports 654, 1–58 (2016),

“Radiative neutron capture as a counting technique at pulsed spallation    neutron sources: a review of current progress”, E. M. Schooneveld, A. Pietropaolo, C. Andreani, E. Perelli Cippo, N. J. Rhodes, R. Senesi, M. Tardocchi, G. Gorini, Reports on Progress in Physics 79, 094301 (2016)

Direct measurements of quantum kinetic energy tensor in stable and metastable water near the triple point: an experimental benchmark”, Carla Andreani, Giovanni Romanelli, and Roberto Senesi, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 7 (12), 2216–2220 (20169), 10.1021/acs.jpclett.6b00926

Virtual unrolling and deciphering of Herculaneum papyri by X-ray phase-contrast tomography”, I. Bukreeva, A. Mittone, A. Bravin, M. Alessandrelli, P. Coan, V. Formoso, R. G. Agostino, M. Giocondo, F. Ciuchi, M. Fratini, G. Festa, C. Andreani, R.    Bartolino, A. Lamarra, G. Gigli, G. Ranocchia, A. Cedola, Scientific Report, 6, 27227 (2016), DOI:10.1038/srep27227

Probing the effects of 2D confinement on hydrogen dynamics in water   and ice adsorbed in graphene oxide sponges”, G. Romanelli, R. Senesi, Xuan Zhang, Kian Ping Loh and C. Andreani, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 17, 31680-31684 (2015)

“Evolution of Hydrogen Dynamics in Amorphous Ice with Density”, A. Parmentier, J. J. Shephard, G. Romanelli, R. Senesi, C. G. Salzmann and C. Andreani, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 6, 2038-2042 (2015)

“The Harmonic Picture of Nuclear Mean Kinetic Energies in Heavy Water”, G. Romanelli. F. Fernandez-Alonso and C. Andreani, Journal of Physics, Conference Series 571, 012003—012009 (2014)

“Measurements of Gamma-Ray Background Spectra at Spallation Neutron Source Beamlines”, Alice Miceli, Giulia Festa, Roberto Senesi, Enrico Perelli Cippo, Luca Giacomelli, Marco Tardocchi, Antonella Scherillo, Erik Schooneveld,    Christopher Frost, Giuseppe Gorini and Carla Andreani, Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 29, 1897-1903 (2014)

Neutrons and Music: imaging investigation of ancient flute musical  instruments”, G. Festa, G. Tardino, L. Pontecorvo, D. C. Mannes, R. Senesi, G. Gorini, C. Andreani, Neutron Instrument and Methods B 336, 63–69 (2014)

“Localization of inclusions in multiple prompt gamma ray analysis: a feasibility study”, A. Miceli, G. Festa, R. Senesi, G. Gorini, C. Andreani, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 470, 012001 (2013), http://doi:10.1088/1742-6596/470/1/012001

”A combined INS and DINS study of proton quantum dynamics of ice and water across the triple point and in the supercritical phase”, C. Andreani, G. Romanelli and R. Senesi, Chemical Physics 427, 106 -110 (2013)

‘Direct Measurement of Competing Quantum Effects on the Kinetic Energy of Heavy Water upon Melting”, G. Romanelli, M. Ceriotti, D. E. Manolopoulos, C. Pantalei, R. Senesi and C. Andreani  The Journal of Phys. Chem. Lett. 508, 3251–3256 (2013)

“The quantum nature of the OH stretching mode in ice and water probed by neutron scattering experiments”, R. Senesi, D. Flammini, A. I. Kolesnikov, E. Murray, G. Galli, and C. Andreani, Chem. Phys. 139, 074504 (2013)

Simultaneous and integrated neutron-based techniques for material analysis of a metallic ancient flute, G. Festa, A. Pietropaolo, F. Grazzi, L. F. Sutton, A. Scherillo, L. Bognetti, A. Bini, E. Barzagli, E. Schooneveld and C. Andreani,“Simultaneous and integrated neutron-based techniques for material analysis of a metallic ancient flute“ Meas. Sci. Technol. 24, 095601 (2013)

Facility for fast neutron irradiation tests of electronics at the ISIS spallation neutron source”, C. Andreani, A. Pietropaolo, A. Salsano, G. Gorini, M. Tardocchi, A. Paccagnella,, S. C. D. Frost, S. Ansell, S. P. Platt, Applied Physics Letters, 92, 114101 (2008)

“Proton momentum distribution of liquid water from room temperature to the supercritical phase”, C. Pantalei, A. Pietropaolo, R. Senesi, C. Andreani, S. Imberti, J. Mayers, C. Burnham, and G. Reiter, Phys Rev. Letters 100, 177801 (2008), selected for Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research 15, issue 10 (2008)

“Excess of proton mean kinetic energy in supercooled water”, A. Pietropaolo, R. Senesi, C. Andreani, A. Botti, M. A. Ricci, F. Bruni, Phys Rev. Letters, 100, 127802 (2008)

4He adsorbed in cylindrical silica nanopores: Effect of size on the single-atom mean kinetic energy”, C. Andreani, C. Pantalei, R. Senesi, Phys. Review B 75, 064515-1 064515-7, (2007)

“Mean kinetic energy of helium atoms in fluid 3He and 3He-4He mixtures”, Andreani, C. Pantalei and R. Senesi, Journal of Physics Condensed Matter, 18, 5587 (2006).

“Measurement of momentum distribution of light atoms and molecules in condensed matter systems using inelastic neutron scattering”, Andreani, D. Colognesi, J. Mayers, G. Reiter, R. Senesi, Advances in Physics, 54, 377 (2005)

“A resonant detector for high-energy inelastic neutron scattering experiments”, C. Andreani, A. Pietropaolo, R. Senesi, G. Gorini, E. Perelli-Cippo, M. Tardocchi, N. Rhodes, E. M. Schooneveld, Appl. Physics Letters, 85, 5454-7, (2004)

“Short-time single particle dynamics in quantum and molecular systems”, C. Andreani, Physica B 350, 231 (2004)

“Double difference method in Deep Inelastic Neutron Scattering on the VESUVIO spectrometer”, Andreani, D. Colognesi, E. Degiorgi, A. Filabozzi, M. Nardone, E. Pace, A. Pietropaolo and R. Senesi, Nucl. Inst. Meth. A 497, 535-549 (2003)

“Electron-volt spectroscopy at a pulsed neutron source using a resonance detector technique”, C. Andreani, A. Pietropaolo, R. Senesi, G. Gorini, M. Tardocchi, A. Bracco, N. Rhodes, E. Schooneveld, Nuclear Instrument and Methods A481, 509-520, (2002)

“Proton Dynamics in supercritical water”, C. Andreani, D. Colognesi, E. Degiorgi, M. A. Ricci, Chem. Phys. 115, 11243-11248, (2001).

“Single particle dynamics in fluid and solid hydrogen sulphide: an inelastic neutron scattering study”, C. Andreani, E. Degiorgi and R. Senesi, F. Cilloco, D. Colognesi, J. Mayers, M. Nardone, E. Pace, Chem. Phys. 114, 387-398 (2001)

“Deep Inelastic neutron Scattering from fluid hydrogen and deuterium: from vibrational excitations to the impulse approximation”, C. Andreani , D. Colognesi, E. Pace, Phys. Rev B 60 10008-10021 (1999)

“Orientational Correlations in liquid hydrogen halides: the special case of HCl”, C. Andreani, Molecular Liquids 78 217-233 (1998)

“Low frequency dynamics of enzime Superoxide Dismutase revealed by inelastic neutron scattering”, C. Andreani, A. Deriu, A. Filabozzi, D. Russo, Physica B, 234 223-224 (1997)

“Inelastic and quasi-elastic dynamics in Superoxide Dismutase”, C. Andreani, A. Filabozzi and A. Deriu, Biological Macromolecular Dynamics- Eds. S. Cusack, H. Buttner, M. Ferrand, P. Langan, P. Timmins, Adeline Press pag. 129-133 (1997)

“Model-independent analysis of inelastic neutron scattering data at high momentum transfer”, C. Andreani, A. Filabozzi, E. Pace, J. Mayers, Phys.Rev. B 54, 6255-6262 (1996)

“Dynamics of Hydrogen Atoms in Superoxide Dismutase by Quasi-elastic neutron Scattering”, C. Andreani, A. Filabozzi, F. Menzinger, S. Desideri, A. Deriu, A. Di Cola, Biophys. Journal 68, 2519-2523 (1995)

“Partial structure factors and orientational correlations in liquid HI” in Methods in the Determination of Partial Structure Factors, C. Andreani, M. Nardone, F. P. Ricci and A. K. Soper, Ed. by J. B. Suck, P. Chieux, D. Raoux and C. Riekel, World Scientific Publishing (1993), pag 64 -69

“Reconstruction of the orientational pair correlation function from neutron diffraction data: the case of liquid hydrogen iodide”, A. K. Soper, C. Andreani and M. Nardone, Phys. Rev. E 47, 2598-2605 (1993)

“Neutron diffraction study of liquid hydrogen iodide”, C. Andreani, M. Nardone, F. P. Ricci and A. K. Soper, Phys Rev A 46, 4709-4716 (1992)

“Asymptotic behaviour of the scaling function in deep inelastic neutron scattering”, C. Andreani, V. Merlo, E. Pace and P. Postorino, Physics Letters A 171, 76-80 (1992)

“Orientational correlations in liquid Iodine”, C. Andreani, M. C. Bellisent-Funel, F. P. Ricci, M. A. Ricci, Recent developments in the Physics of Fluids F277, 10 (1991)

 “Neutron diffraction study of liquid Iodine”, C. Andreani, M. C. Bellisent-Funel, F. P. Ricci, M. A. Ricci Phys Rev A 44, 5018-5024 (1991)

 “Energy resolved neutron radiography”, C. Andreani, U. Buontempo, J. Mayers, F. P. Ricci, Physica B 174 572-576 (1991)

“Stretching density of states of the deuterium sites in polycrystalline D2O”, C. Andreani, J. Mayers, P. Postorino, M. A. Ricci, Molecular Physics 73, 737-743 (1991)

“Structural characterization of diatomic liquids by diffraction studies”, C. Andreani, J. Dore, F. P. Ricci, Reports on Progress in Physics 54, 731-788 (1991)

“PRISMA – A unique phonon spectrometer”, C. Andreani, U. Steigenberger, C. G. Windsor, Europhysics News 21, 147 (1990)

“Initial state effects in Deep Inelastic Neutron Scattering”, C. Andreani, G. Baciocco, J. Mayers, in Momentum Distributions edited by R.Silver and P.Sokol – PLENUM Publishing Corporation (1989), pag. 355-359

 “PRISMA-a spectrometer for the measurement of coherent excitations on a pulsed spallation neutron source, C. Andreani, C. J. Carlile, F. Cilloco, C. Petrillo, F.Sacchetti, G. C. Stirling, C. G. Windsor, “Nuclear Instrument and Methods A254, 333-341 (1987).

“A new approach to impulsive neutron scattering”, J. M. F. Gunn, C. Andreani, J. Mayers, Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics 19, L835- L840 (1986)

“Neutron diffraction methods for the study of residual stress fields”, A. J. Allen, M. T. Hutchings, C. G. Windsor, C. Andreani, Advances in Physics 34, 445-473 (1985)

“Measurement of internal stress within bulk materials using neutron diffraction”, A. Allen, C. Andreani, M. T. Hutchings, C. G. Windsor, Non Distructive Texture International, 14, 249-254, Elsevier, 249 October 1981


Probing Our Heritage with Neutrons—One Successful Story, Giulia Festa, Nikolay Kardjilov and Carla Andreani, Pag 3 in Neutron Methods for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, Springer International Publishing, Nikolay Kardjilov and Giulia Festa Editors, Neutron Scattering Applications and Techniques (2016)

‘Novel Neutron Imaging Techniques for Cultural Heritage Objects’, pags 229-252, Book Title: “Neutrons Imaging and Applications”, Andreani, G. Gorini, T. Materna, Editor name(s): Anderson, Ian S.; McGreevy, Robert; Bilheux, Hassina Z. Springer 2009



CA is member of the Graduate School in  Nanostructure and Nanotechnology at the University of Rome Tor Vergata

CA activity in training deals at the undergraduate and graduate level in physics (Course Title “Neutron Science and Application”), undergraduate in biotechnology (Course Title “Elements of Physics”)”. CA is director of the erice School in “Neutron Science and Instrumentation”.

Teaching Material

Andreani, G. Festa, A. Lapi, A. Miceli, R. Senesi (2015). Problemi di fisica generale. TexMat editore

 Andreani, G. Festa, A. Lapi, R. Senesi (2010). Quesiti e soluzioni di fisica generale. ROMA: Exòrma Edizioni, ISBN: 978-88-95688-51-0