Nicolò Jacazio

scientist, Filmmaker, and Selective philanthropist in CERN, Geneva

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I am Nicolò, a young physicist currently living in Biella.
I work in Bologna, and I am a member of the ALICE Collaboration. My research interests are focused on the study of the Quark Gluon Plasma.
I am part of the ALICE TOF group in Bologna, in charge of ensuring that the best performance of the detector is achieved.
My hometown is Biella, a small and peaceful city in the middle of the Italian pre-alps.
My interests range from photography to technology.
I am also interested in running, skiing, gardening, and beehiving.
Sometimes I like to grab my backpack and go hiking. So far, I have managed to arrive in Santiago, Florence, Matera and Santa Maria di Leuca. I wonder what will be my next stop.
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  • Work
    • CNAF, INFN, CERN, Unibo
  • Education
    • Liceo Scientifico A. Avogadro Biella
    • Università di Torino
    • Università di Bologna