Gianmaria Collazuol is Associate Professor at the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Padova and Research Associate with INFN. Contributed to the fields of experimental High Energy Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics, Astro-Particle Physics and Medical Physics, working within various international collaborations. His activities include the following: Neutrino Physics and Leptonic CP violation – exp. NOMAD CERN, ENUBET (CERN), T2K and Super-Kamiokande; CP violation with quarks and Flavour Physics – NA48, NA62 and LHCb exp. at CERN; High energy Gamma and Cosmic-ray Physics – CALET exp. on the ISS (JAXA, NASA, ASI); Low energy nuclear cross-sections and neutron physics – exp. at INFN LNL.
Presently devoting efforts to the T2K, Super-Kamiokande, and CALET: local coordinator of the T2K, Super-Kamiokande and of the CALET research groups in Padova, and co-coordinator of the “Space Weather” analysis in CALET. Project Leader for the development of the new TPCs for the upgrade of the T2K Near Detector.
Broad experience on several experimental techniques. Presently developing TPC gas detectors and innovative silicon pixel detectors for tracking charged particles. Internationally recognized expert in the field of photodetectors. Expert on analogue, digital electronics and TDAQ systems.
Supervisor of several BSc/MSc students and five PhD students. Former member of IAC of NDIP and PhotoDet conference series and of the SNRI INFN School series on advanced detectors. Referee of “JINST” , “Frontiers in Physics” “Nature Sci.Rep.”, “NIM A”, “IEEE TNS”. More than 35 talks at international conferences (several invited) and more than 400 papers on international peer-reviewed journals