Dr Sarri works on developing and using ultra-intense lasers to generate exotic states of matter and study their unique properties. In particular, he works on the next generation of ultra-compact particle accelerators, laboratory astrophysics(reproducing, in the labroatory, conditions found close to black-holes and massive stars), generation of high-quality x-ray, gamma-ray, and positron sources, and high-field quantum electrodynamics.
He is a member of European programmes ELI, EuPRAXIA, ALEGRO, PWASC, EuroNNAC, ARIES.
Open to PhD applications in the field of
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Current position: Principle in high-school
Years of Study: 2015 - 2016
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Years of Study: 2014 - 2017
Current position: Professor at Babylon University (Iraq)
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