After spending two years at University of Roma
"La Sapienza" in Na62 experiment, actually I'm working at University of
Naples "Federico II" in the WArP experiment. The experiment is dedicated to
the search and to the study of galactic Dark Matter in the form of WIMPs
(Weakly Interacting Massive Particles).
In particular my work concerns more aspects: test on photomultiplier
tube (PMT), I am testing the PMT Hamamatsu R11065, at different temperature
(room and cryogenic) to characterize them; study on the optical properties
of the liquid scintillator (Argon) and last but not least physics data
analysis on data that we have got in which I use the ROOT framework. I am
familiar with the following operating systems: Unix, Linux, OSX and with
following programming languages: Fortran, C, C++. I also have basic
knowledge of Perl and bash scripting.
I expect from my participation at the CSC Cern School to improve my
knowledge on ROOT -oriented data analysis- and the optimized use of