dr hab. Franco Ferrari, prof. US

    dr hab. Franco Ferrari, prof. US

    • General information

      Position: professor
      Division: Field Theory
      Office number: 515
      Phone number: +48 91 444 12 57
      E-mail: ferrari@fermi.fiz.univ.szczecin.pl
      Consultation: Wednesday 11:00- 12:30
    • Research interests

      • Field theories and statistical mechanics applied to polymer physics and biological systems
      • Astrobiology
      • String Theory, Conformal Field Theories and Algebraic Geometry
      • Topological field theories
    • List of publications

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      PRACE RECENZOWANE

      1. F. Ferrari, String Theories on Riemann Surfaces of Algebraic Functions, Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A5 (1990), 2799-2820
      2. F. Ferrari, H. Hüffel, On the Stochastic Quantization of the Chern-Simons Theory, Phys. Lett. B261 (1991), 47
      3. F. Ferrari, Bosonization Techniques on Algebraic Curves and Conformal Field Theories, Jour. Math. Phys. 32 (8), (1991), 2186
      4. F. Ferrari, Conformal Field Theories with NonAbelian Symmetry Group, Phys. Lett. 277B (1992), 423
      5. F. Ferrari, On a New Hyperel liptic Formula, Lett. Math. Phys. 24 (1992), 165
      6. F. Ferrari, On the Partition Function of String Theories Defined on Algebraic Curves, Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A7 (1992), 5131
      7. F. Ferrari, Multivalued Fields on the Complex Plane and Conformal Field Theories, Comm. Math. Phys. 156 (1993), 179
      8. F. Ferrari, Free and Interacting 2-D Maxwel l Field Theory on Conformal ly Flat Space-Times, Class. and Quantum Grav. 10 (1993), 1065
      9. F. Ferrari, Multivalued Fields on the Complex Plane and Braid Group Statistics, Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A9 (3) (1994), 313
      10. F. Ferrari, Gauge Field Theories on Riemann Surfaces, Helv. Physica Acta 67 (1994), 702
      11. F. Ferrari, Quantization of Chern-Simons Field Theory in the Coulomb Gauge, Phys. Rev. D50 (1994), 7578
      12. F. Ferrari, On the Schwinger Model on Riemann Surfaces, Nucl. Phys. B439 (1995), 692
      13. F. Ferrari, J. Sobczyk, W. Urbanik, Operator Formalism on the Zn Symmetric Algebraic Curves, Jour. Math. Phys. 36 (1995), 3216
      14. F. Ferrari, J. Sobczyk, Non–Standard Conformal Field Theories from the b − c Systems on General Algebraic Curves, Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A11 (12) (1996), 2213
      15. F. Ferrari, J. Sobczyk, Operator Formalism on General Algebraic Curves, Jour. of Geom. and Phys, 19 (3) (1996), 287
      16. F. Ferrari, Biharmonic Conformal Field Theories, Phys. Lett. B382 (1996), 349
      17. F. Ferrari, Field Theories on the Poincar´e Disk, Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A11 (30) (1996), 5389
      18. F. Ferrari and I. Lazzizzera, Dirac Quantization of the Chern–Simons Field Theory in the Coulomb Gauge, Phys. Lett. B395, (1997), 250
      19. S. Dusini, F. Ferrari, I. Lazzizzera, G. Nardulli, A. Sartori and G. Tecchiolli, Performance of the TOTEM Neurochip in Higgs Search, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. A389 (1997), 201
      20. F. Ferrari, Topological ly Non–Trivial Sectors of Maxwel l Field Theory on Riemann Surfaces, Lett. Math. Phys. 41 (1997), 371
      21. S. Dusini, F. Ferrari, I. Lazzizzera, T. Maggipinto, G. Nardulli, A. Sartori, A. Sidoti and G.P. Tecchiolli, Role of Neural Networks in the Search of the Higgs Boson at LHC, Phys. Lett. B409 (1997), 517
      22. F. Ferrari, Topological ly Non–Trivial Sectors of the Maxwel l Field Theory on Algebraic Curves, Jour. Geom. Phys. 25 (1,2) (1998), 91
      23. F. Ferrari and I. Lazzizzera, Perturbative Analysis of the Chern–Simons Field Theory in the Coulomb gauge, Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A13 (1998), 1773, hep-th/9611224
      24. F. Ferrari and J. T. Sobczyk, Operator Formalism for Bosonic Beta–Gamma Fields on General Algebraic Curves, Jour. Math. Phys. 39 (10) (1998), 5148
      25. F. Ferrari and I. Lazzizzera, A Chern–Simons Field Theory Description of Topological ly Linked Polymers, Phys. Lett. B444 (1998), 167
      26. F. Ferrari and J. T. Sobczyk, Monodromy Properties of Energy Momentum Tensor on General Algebraic Curves, Jour. Geom. Phys. 29 (1-2) (1999), 161
      27. F. Ferrari and I. Lazzizzera, Topological Entanglement of Polymers and Chern–Simons Field Theory, Jour. Phys. A: Math. Gen 32 (1999), 1347, hep-th/9803008
      28. F. Ferrari and I. Lazzizzera, Polymer Topology and Chern–Simons Field Theory, Nucl. Phys. B559 (3) (1999), 673
      29. F. Ferrari and J. T. Sobczyk, Bosonic Field Propagators on Algebraic Curves, Jour. Math. Phys. 41 (9) (2000), 6444, hep-th/9909173
      30. F. Ferrari, H. Kleinert and I. Lazzizzera, Second Topological Momentum <m²> of Two Entangled Polymers, Phys. Lett. A 276 (2000), 31, cond-mat/0002049
      31. F. Ferrari, H. Kleinert and I. Lazzizzera, Field Theory of N Entangled Polymers, Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. B 14 (32) 2000, 3881, cond-mat/0005300
      32. F. Ferrari, H. Kleinert and I. Lazzizzera, Calculation of Second Topological Moment <m²> of Two Entangled Polymers, Eur. Phys. Jour. B18 (2000), 645, cond-mat/0003355
      33. F. Ferrari, Generalized Weierstrass Kernels on the Intersection of Two Complex Hypersurfaces, Jour. Geom. Phys. 40 (2002), 233, math.AG/0012109
      34. F. Ferrari, The Statistical Mechanics of Topological Polymers: a Field Theorist Point of View, Annalen der Physik (Leipzig) 11 (2002) 4, 255–290
      35. F. Ferrari, On A Bosonization Approach To Disordered Systems, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General A35 (2002), L473, cond-mat/0112293
      36. F. Ferrari, Chern-Simons Field Theories with Non-semisimple Gauge Group of Symmetry Jour. Math. Phys. 44 (1) (2003), 138, hep-th/0210100
      37. F. Ferrari, On Abelian Multi-Chern-Simons fields, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 36 (2003), 5083, hep-th/0302018
      38. F. Ferrari, Topologically Linked Polymers are Anyon Systems, Phys. Lett. A323 (2004), 351, cond-mat/0401104
      39. Franco Ferrari, Vakhtang G. Rostiashvili and Thomas A. Vilgis, Directed Polymers with Constrained Winding Angle, Phys. Rev. E 71 (2005), 061802, cond-mat/0412414. Po opublikowaniu artykuł został włączony do Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research wydanego 15 czerwca 2005
      40. F. Ferrari and E. Szuszkiewicz, Cosmic Ray Recipes, astro-ph/0601158, artykuł przyjęty do druku w czasopiśmie Astrobiology
      41. F. Ferrari, J. Paturej and T. A. Vilgis, A path integral approach to the dynamics of a random chain with rigid constraints, arXiv:0705.4182, Phys. Rev. E 77 (2008), 021802

      PUBLIKACJE KSIĄŻKOWWE, MONOGRAFIE NAUKOWE, PODRĘCZNIKI AKADEMICKIE

      1. F. Ferrari, Field Theories and the Problem of Topological Entanglement in Polymer Physics, rozdział w monografii ”Fluctuating Paths and Fields”, W. Janke, A. Pelster, H.-J. Schmidt and M. Bachmann (Redaktorzy), World Scientific, Singapore, 2001
      2. F. Ferrari, Topological field theories with non-semisimple gauge group of symmetry and engineering of topological invariants, rozdział w monografii Trends in Field Theory Research, O. Kovras (Redaktor), Nova Science Publishers (2004), ISBN:1-59454-123-X
      3. Astrobiologia: Poprzez Pył Kosmiczny do DNA, monografia pod redakcją Franco Ferrari i Ewy Szuszkiewicz, Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego (2006), ISBN: 83-7241-517-X
      4. F. Ferrari, Promieniowanie kosmiczne i jego działanie na organizmy zamieszkujące Ziemię, rozdział w monografii Astrobiologia: Poprzez Pył Kosmiczny do DNA, F. Ferrari i E. Szuszkiewicz (Redaktorzy), Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego (2006), ISBN: 83-7241-517-X
      5. F. Ferrari, Topological field theories with non-semisimple gauge group of symmetry and engineering of topological invariants, rozdział w monografii Current Topics in Quantum Field Theory Research, O. Kovras (Redaktor), Nova Science Publishers (2007), ISBN: 1-60021-283-2
      6. Astrobiologia, Kosmos – Problemy Nauk Biologicznych 55 (4) (2006), E. Szuszkiewicz i Franco Ferrari (red.)

      CONFERENCE PAPERS

      1. F. Ferrari, Conformal Field Theories on Algebraic Surfaces, Fizika 21, Supplement 2, (1989), 33
      2. F. Ferrari, Multivalued Fields on the Complex Plane, Anales de Fisica, Monografias, Vol II, p. 103, M. A. del Olmo, M. Santander (Eds.), CIEMAT/RSEF, Madrid 1993
      3. F. Ferrari and J. Sobczyk, Creation and Annihilation Operators for b − c Systems on General Algebraic Curves, published in Low Dimensional Models in Statistical Physics and Quantum Field Theory, Proceedings of the XXXIV Internationale Universitätswochen für Kern- und Teilchenphysik, Schladming, Austria, March 4-11, 1995, pp. 259-263, H. Grosse and L. Pittner (Eds), Lecture Notes in Physics 469, Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg 1996
      4. S. Dusini, F. Ferrari, I. Lazzizzera, A. Sartori, G. Tecchiolli, P. De Felice and G. Nardulli, The Neurochip Totem in the Higgs Search, Proceedings of the X I Topical Workshop on Proton–Antiproton Collider Physics, Abano Terme (PD), Italy, 26 May – 1 June 1996, published in Hadron Collider Physics, D. Bisello, G. Busetto, L. Stanco (Eds.), Singapore, World Scientific, 1997. 789p
      5. F. Ferrari and J. T. Sobczyk, Quantum Field Theories on Algebraic Curves, raport opublikowany w New Symmetries in the Theories of Fundamental Interactions, Proceedings of the IX Max Born Symposium, J.Lukierski and M. Mozrzymas (eds.), PWN, Warszawa 1997
      6. S. Dusini, F. Ferrari, I. Lazzizzera, P. Lee, A. Sartori, A. Sidoti, G. Tecchiolli and A. Zorat, The neurochip TOTEM: a case study in HEP, Talk presented by I. Lazzizzera at CHEP ’97, International Conference on Computing in High Energy Physics, Berlin (D), Rathaus Schöneberg, 7-11 Aprile 1997, published in the proceedings of the conference
      7. S. Dusini, F. Ferrari, I. Lazzizzera, A. Sartori, A. Sidoti and G. Tecchiolli, Searching the Higgs with the Neurochip TOTEM, Nucl. Phys. B (Proc. Suppl.), 65 (1998), 320
      8. F. Ferrari and I. Lazzizzera, Chern–Simons Field Theories in the Coulomb Gauge, published in the Proceedings of the Johns Hopkins Workshop in Current Problems in Particle Theory 22, L. Brink and R. Marnelius (Eds.), World Scientific 1999, p. 349
      9. F. Ferrari and I. Lazzizzera, Polymers Entanglement and Chern–Simons Field Theory, Path Integrals from peV to TeV: 40 years after Feynman’s paper, R. Casalbuoni, R.Giachetti, V.Tognetti, R. Vaia, P. Verrucchi (Eds.), World Scientific, Singapore, 1999, p. 225
      10. F. Ferrari and I. Lazzizzera, A Chern–Simons Field Theory Approach to the Polymer Physics, published in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Quantization, Gauge Theory and Strings, dedicated to the memory of Prof. Efim Fradkin, June 5-10 2000, Moscow, A.Semikhatov, M.Vasiliev, V.Zaikin (Eds.), Scientific World, Moscow 2001, Volume II, 185
      11. F. Ferrari, H. Kleinert and I. Lazzizzera, Topological Polymers: An Application of Chern-Simons Field Theories, ”Chemical and Physical Aspects of Polymer Science and Engineering”, K. Lederer and N. Aust (eds.), Proceedings of 5th Osterreichische Polymertage, Leoben 2001, Macromolecular Symposia, 1. Edition, ISBN 3-527-30471-1 Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, May 2002, p. 275
      12. F. Ferrari and M. Wencierska, Protein subunits and their role in the evolution of life, Abstracts from the Fifth European Workshop on Astrobiology EANA – European Astrobiology Network Association, 10 –12 October 2005 Budapest, Hungary, International Journal of Astrobiology 5 (01), (2006), pp 57-65
      13. F. Ferrari, J. Paturej and T. A. Vilgis, Generalized Nonlinear Sigma Models and Path Integral Approach to Polymer Dynamics, Proceedings of “Path integrals – New Trends and Perspectives”, Dresden, September 23 – 28, 2007, World Scientific
      14. F. Ferrari, J. Paturej and T. A. Vilgis, Description of the dynamics of a random chain with rigid constraints in the path integral framework, Proceedings of “Path integrals – New Trends and Perspectives”, Dresden, September 23 – 28, 2007, World Scientific

      PREPRINTS

      1. F. Ferrari, J. Paturej and T. A. Vilgis, A Path Integral Approach to the Dynamics of Random Chains, cond-mat/0607788
      2. F. Ferrari and J. Paturej, On a relation between Liouvil le field theory and the Brownian motion of particles, math-ph/0609058, wysłany do druku w czasopiśmie Phys. Lett. B
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