Fiorenzo Ambrosino

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Medium size HPC clusters play an important role in the HPC landscape in that they provide both the training environment for system scalability and a flexible production field for a large class of numerical problems. In this poster we present CRESCO4, the latest medium size HPC cluster purchased by ENEA, in operation since few months. CRESCO4 is part of a(More)
The branching ratio for the decay K + → π + ν ¯ ν is sensitive to new physics; the NA62 experiment will measure it to within about 10%. To reject the dominant background from channels with final state photons, the large-angle vetoes (LAVs) must detect particles with better than 1 ns time resolution and 10% energy resolution over a very large energy range.(More)
In the fixed energy environment of the e + e − collider DAΦNE, KLOE can measure the cross section of the process e + e − → hadrons as a function of the hadronic system energy using the radiative return method. At energies below 1 GeV, e + e − → ρ → π + π − is the dominating hadronic process. We report here on the status of the analysis of the process e + e(More)
This paper introduces a renewed gateway to ENEAGRID distributed computing resources, named Fast Access to Remote Objects 2.0 (FARO 2.0). FARO 2.0 is a tool for application and desktop virtualization with a strong focus towards user experience (UX), providing trained as well as untrained users a collection of centralized services that can be seamlessly used(More)
We present a detailed study, done in the framework of the INFN 2006 Roadmap, of the prospects for e + e − physics at the Frascati National Laboratories. The physics case for an e + e − collider running at high luminosity at the φ resonance energy and also reaching a maximum center of mass energy of 2.5 GeV is discussed, together with the specific aspects of(More)
A complete and detailed analysis of alpha spectra from the 222Rn and 220Rn progenies was performed by newly developed software. The software identifies the alpha peaks, performs appropriate fits and calculates the net area and its uncertainty, considering the entire background. The deconvolution of the overlapped peaks of 218Po and 212Bi allows us also to(More)
Muography is an imaging technique based on the measurement of absorption profiles for muons as they pass through rocks and earth. Muons are produced in the interactions of high-energy cosmic rays in the Earth's atmosphere. The technique is conceptually similar to usual X-ray radiography, but with extended capabilities of investigating over much larger(More)
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