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Tiago Carlos Adorno de Freitas
Curriculum Vitae
 
Personal Data
Place and Date of Birth: Franca, Brazil | January, 1983.
Professional Address: College of Physical Science and Technology, Hebei University
Phone | email | Skype name: +86 19801519527 | tg.adorno@gmail.com | adorno_t
 
Brief Introduction
Associate professor in theoretical physics at Hebei University. My current research interests focus on two correlated branches of quantum field theory, namely the vacuum instability and the vacuum polarization caused by strong electromagnetic backgrounds in quantum electrodynamics (QED). I conduct research applying methods of the generalized Furry representation in QED with external fields and also in the framework of effective actions. Besides my primary research, I also have interest in canonical quantization of particles and fields with constraints and coherent state quantization.
 
Postdoctoral Research
Jun. 2018 - Aug. 2015 Tomsk State University - TSU, Russia
Main research: Instability and polarizability effects of the vacuum in QED by external backgrounds
 
Feb. 2013 - Aug. 2015 University of São Paulo - USP, Brazil
Main research: Instability and polarizability effects of the vacuum in QED by external backgrounds
 
Aug. 2013 - Apr. 2014 University of Florida - UF, United States of America
Main research: Instability and polarizability effects of the vacuum in QED by external backgrounds and enhanced quantization of physical systems.
 
Education
May 2009 - Jan. 2013Ph.D. in Physics, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
Thesis: “Quantum and Classical Effects in Noncommutative Theories”.
Advisor: Prof. Dimitri M. Gitman.
 
Mar. 2007 - May 2009 M.Sc. in Physics, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
Dissertation: “Quantum and (Pseudo) Classical Theories of a Spinning Particle in Commutative and Noncommutative Spaces”.
Advisor: Prof. Dimitri M. Gitman.
 
Mar. 2001 - Dec. 2005B.Sc. in Physics, University of São Paulo State, Guaratinguetá, Brazil.
Advisors: Prof. Silvia M. Giuliatti Winter & Prof. Jefferson L. Tomazelli.
 
Research Interests
_ Quantum electrodynamics with external fields
_ Methods of quantization
_ Quantum mechanics and quantum field theory in general
_ Asymptotic methods in mathematical physics
 
Teaching Experience
Teaching activities at Hebei University
Feb. 2020 - Jun. 2020 Special Relativity
 
Teaching assistant at University of São Paulo
Jul. 2011 - Nov. 2011 Quantum Mechanics I (for graduate students).
Feb. 2008 - Jun. 2008 Electrodynamics I.
Jul. 2007 - Nov. 2007 Electrodynamics I.
 
Private tutoring
2002 – 2006 Private tutoring in mathematics and physics for high school students.
 
Computing Skills
_ Fortran
_ LATEX text editor
_ Scientific WorkPlace
_ Wolfram Mathematica
_ Excel, Word, PowerPoint
 
Inspire, Research Gate and ORCID links
Inspire http://inspirehep.net/author/profile/T.C.Adorno.1?ln=pt
Research Gate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tiago_Adorno
ORCID http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4027-313X
 
List of Publications
1. T. C. Adorno, S. P. Gavrilov and D. M. Gitman, Vacuum instability in a constant inhomogeneous electric field. A new example of exact nonperturbative calculations”, The EuropeanPhysical Journal C 80, 88 (2020).
2. T. C. Adorno, R. Ferreira, S. P. Gavrilov and D. M. Gitman, Switching-on and -off Effects of External Fields on the Vacuum Instability”, Proceedings of the 18th LomonosovConference on Elementary Particle Physics: Particle Physics at the Silver Jubilee ofLomonosov Conferences, pp. 525-533 (2019), , Moscow, Russia, 24 – 30 August 2017.
3. T. C. Adorno, S. P. Gavrilov and D. M. Gitman, Violation of vacuum stability by inverse square electric fields”, The European Physical Journal C 78, 1021 (2018).
4. T. C. Adorno and A. S. Pereira, Coherent and Semiclassical States of a Charged Particle in a Constant Electric Field”, Russian Physics Journal 61, 133 (2018).
5. T. C. Adorno, R. Ferreira, S. P. Gavrilov and D. M. Gitman, Role of switching-on and -off effects in the vacuum instability”, International Journal of Modern Physics A 33,1850060 (2018).
6. T. C. Adorno, S. P. Gavrilov and D. M. Gitman, Exactly solvable cases in QED with t-electric potential steps”, International Journal of Modern Physics A 32, 1750105 (2017).
7. T. C. Adorno, S. P. Gavrilov, R. Ferreira and D. M. Gitman, Peculiarities of Pair Creation
by a Peak Electric Field”, Russian Physics Journal 60, 417 (2017).
8. T. C. Adorno, D. M. Gitman, A. E. Shabad and A. A. Shishmarev, Quantum Electromagnetic Nonlinearity Affecting Charges and Dipole Moments”, Russian Physics Journal 59, 1775(2017).
9. T. C. Adorno, C. V. Costa, D. M. Gitman and A. E. Shabad, Static field configurations in
truncated QED”, Proceedings, New Trends in High-Energy Physics and QCD: Natal, Rio
Grande do Norte, Brazil, October 21 - November 06, 2014. pp. 253-258 (2016).
10. T. C. Adorno, D. M. Gitman and A. E. Shabad, Coulomb field in a constant electromagnetic background”, Physical Review D 93, 125031 (2016).
11. T. C. Adorno, S. P. Gavrilov and D. M. Gitman, Particle creation by peak electric field”, The European Physical Journal C 76, 447 (2016).
12. T. C. Adorno, S. P. Gavrilov and D. M. Gitman, Particle creation from the vacuum by an exponentially decreasing electric field”, Physica Scripta 90, 074005 (2015).
13. T. C. Adorno, D. M. Gitman and A. E. Shabad, When electric charge becomes also magnetic”, Physical Review D 92, 041702(R) (2015).
14. T. C. Adorno, D. M. Gitman and A. E. Shabad, Electric charge is a magnetic dipole when placed in a background magnetic field”, Physical Review D 89, 047504 (2014).
15. T. C. Adorno and J. R. Klauder, Examples of Enhanced Quantization: Bosons, Fermions, and Anyons”, International Journal of Modern Physics 29, 1450119 (2014).
16. T. C. Adorno, D. M. Gitman and A. E. Shabad, Magnetic response to applied electrostatic field in external magnetic field”, European Physics Journal C 74, 2838 (2014).
17. T. C. Adorno, C. Costa, D. M. Gitman and A. E. Shabad, Nonlinearity in Electro- and
Magneto-statics with and without external field, Proceedings, 16th Lomonosov Conference on Elementary Particle Physics: Particle Physics at the Year of Centenary of Bruno Pontecorvo:
pp.384-390, Moscow, Russia, (2013).
18. T. C. Adorno, D. M. Gitman and A. E. Shabad, Noncommutative magnetic moment, fundamental length and lepton size”, Physical Review D 86, 027702 (2012).
19. T. C. Adorno, D. M. Gitman and A. E. Shabad, More on noncommutative magnetic moment and lepton size”, Proceedings, 15th Lomonosov Conference on Elementary Particle Physics:Particle Physics at the Tercentenary of Mikhail Lomonosov: pp. 417-421, Moscow, Russia,(2011).
20. T. C. Adorno, D. M. Gitman, A. E. Shabad and D. V. Vassilevich, Classical noncommutative electrodynamics with external source”, Physical Review D 84, 065003 (2011).
21. T. C. Adorno, D. M. Gitman, A. E. Shabad and D. V. Vassilevich, Noncommutative magnetic moment of charged particles”, Physical Review D 84, 085031 (2011).
22. T. C. Adorno, M. C. Baldiotti and D. M. Gitman, Quantum and pseudoclassical descriptions of nonrelativistic spinning particles in noncommutative space”, Physical Review D 82,
123516 (2010).
23. T. C. Adorno, M. C. Baldiotti, M. Chaichian, D. M. Gitman and A. Tureanu, Dirac equation in noncommutative space for hydrogen atom”, Physics Letters B 682, 235 (2009).
24. S. M. Giuliatti Winter, D. C. Mourão and T. C. A. Freitas, The strands of the F ring disturbed by its closest satellites”, Advances in Space Research 38, 781 (2006).
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