Luca Nanni (Italy) received the Master's degree in Chemistry from University of Ferrara in 1992 and held a Ph.D. in Electrochemistry in 1998. He carried out research in the field of the based-oxides electrodic materials, collaborating with international research groups and publishing in international journals. Currently he works as a manager in an Italian pharmaceutical company but he continues to carry out research, as independent scholar, in the field of the theoretical physics. He is a regular member of the American Physics Society since 2014 and member of Institute of Physics since 2017.
Current research areas:
Foundations of Quantum Physics: hystorical and philosophical aspects of the early quantum mechanics.
Particle Physics: matter, antimatter and tachyons.
Educational: physics essays on the foundamental theories of quantum mechanics.
Recent scholarly activity:
The Majorana equation for particles with arbitrary spin: a road towards superluminal matter.
- The Hydrogen Atom: a Review on the Birth of Modern Quantum Mechanics
- Revisiting the Majorana Relativistic Theory of Particles with Arbitrary Spin
- Overcoming the Bradyon-Tachyon Barrier
- Space-Like Particle Production: an Interpretation Based on the Majorana Equation
- Wave Packet Dynamics in the Majorana Equation
- Superluminal Tunneling of a Relativistic Half-Integer Spin Particle Through a Potential Barrier