Rossi Lucio

Graduated in Physics in Milan, he is a professor at the Department of Physics at the University of Milan where he has been researching on accelerators and superconducting magnets.
Since 2001 he has been at CERN in Geneva, where he has directed superconductors and magnets for the LHC project, the world’s largest scientific instrument that led to the discovery of the Higgs Bosone. Now he heads the High-Luminosity LHC project, the CERN Lighthouse project for the next ten years.
L. Rossi also carries out an intense scientific dissemination activity with an interest in the relationship between science and technology, certainty and truth.

Ultimo aggiornamento: 10 Luglio 2021