Short CV/Education and training

  • 1994 – 1996
    Postdoc at U. Milano, Italy

  • 1996
    Postdoc at the Jefferson Laboratory, (VA), USA

  • 1997
    A. von Humboldt Fellow, Institute of Theoretical Physics, U. Heidelberg, Germany

  • 1998 – 1999
    Marie Curie Fellow, (European Community Program, TMR), Institute of Theoretical Physics, U. Vienna, Austria

  • 2000
    A. von Humboldt Fellow at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, U. Heidelberg, Germany, and Visitor at the Theory Division, CERN

  • 2001
    Research Scientist (Tenured Position), Research Philips, Laboratories , Aachen, Germany

  • 2005
    Visiting Professor, IPN Orsay, France

  • 2002 – 2008
    Assistant Professor (Tenured Position), U. Milano, Italy

  • 2008
    Professor, TU Munich, Head of T30f-Theoretical Particle and Nuclear Physics

Selected publications

  • Brambilla, N., Eidelman, S., Heltsley, B. K., Vogt, R., Bodwin, G. T., Eichten, E., et al.:

    „Heavy quarkonium: progress, puzzles, and opportunities“, Eur. Phys. J. C71, 1534 (2011)

  • Brambilla, N., Eidelman, S., Foka, P., Gardner, S., Kronfeld, A. S., Alford, M. G., et al.: “QCD

    and Strongly Coupled Gauge Theories: Challenges and Perspectives”, Eur. Phys. J. C74, 10,

    2981 (2014)

  • S. Biondini, N. Brambilla, A. Vairo 'CP asymmetry in heavy Majorana neutrino decays at fnite temperature: the hierarchical case"" JHEP 1609 (2016) 126.

  • A. Bazavov, N. Brambilla, H. T. Ding, P. Petreczky, H. Schadler, A. Vairo, J. Weber 'The Polyakov loop in 2+1 avor QCD from low to high temperatures' TUMQCD Collaboration Phys. Rev. D93 (2016) 114502

  • M. Berwein, N. Brambilla, P. Petreczky, A. Vairo "The Polyakov loop at next-to-next-to leading order" Phys. Rev. D93 (2016) 3, 034010

  • M. Lutz, S. Lange, M. Pennington, D. Bettoni, N. Brambilla et al. "Resonances in QCD" Nuclear Physics A948 (2016) 93.

  • S. Biondini, N. Brambilla, M. Escobedo, A. Vairo 'CP asymmetry in heavy Majorana neutrino decays at finite temperature: the nearly degenerate case' JHEP 1603 (2016) 191.

  • N. Brambilla, G. Krein, J. Tarrus, A. Vairo 'Long range properties of 1S-bottomonium states' Phys. Rev. D93 (2016) 054002.

  • M. Berwein, N. Brambilla, J. Tarrus, A. Vairo 'Quarkonium hybrids with Nonrelativistic Effective Field Theories' Phys. Rev. D92 (2015) 11, 114019.

  • N. Brambilla, M. Groher, H. Martinez, A. Vairo 'Relativistic corrections to the quark-antiquark potential from the effective string theory' Phys. Rev. D D90 (2014) 11, 114032.

  • A. Bazavov, N. Brambilla, X. Garcia i Tormo, P. Petreczky, J. Soto, A. Vairo 'Determination of αs from the QCD static energy: an update' Phys. Rev. D90 (2014) 7, 074038.

  • Editor and authour of the section on Quarkonia in A. J. Bevan et al., N. Brambilla

    et al., 'The Physics of B Factories' Eur.Phys.J. C74 (2014) 11, 3026.



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • Founder of the International Quarkonium Working Group (QWG) (www.qwg.to.infn.it) , a group

    of about 100 scientists working on the Quarkonium Physics, with reports and periodical workshops, 2001-

  • Founder and Chair of the international Biennal Series of Conferences "Quark Confinement and the Hadron Spectrum" , 1994--

  • EUBET: Bridges with Effective Field Theories, for the

    applications of EFTs from high to low energy.

  • New TUM-Institute of Advanced Science Focus Group

    on Effective Field Theory and Lattice Gauge Theory

  • New TUMQCD Lattice Group for calculations of observables in the physics of strong interactions with EFTs

  • Organisers of about 50 meetings, schools and conferences, 1993--

  • Initiator of the "Casimir Innovation and Research Space” to favour research collaboration between industry, 2003, Italy.

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Member of the Theory Advisory Committee of the

    PANDA experiment at FAIR, GSI Germany, 2008--

  • Member of the Advisory Committees of about 50 international Conferences and Workshops, 1993--

  • Referee for funding agencies of about 12 countries,

    including the European Commission, 1995--

  • Member of the American Physical Society Committees

    for APS Fellows and APS meeting, 2013-2014

  • Member of the WG: Hadron Physics for the NuPECC (Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee) for the preparation of a new Long Range Plan for nuclear physics in Europe, 2016

  • Project leader for the Excellence Cluster Universe 2008-- and the DFG network CRC 110 Emergence of Structure in QCD, 2012--

  • Member of the WG: e+e physics at LNF for the INFN Road-Map, 2005 – 2006

  • Convener of the WG: τ and charm Physics (2006-2010), Flavianet RTN Network, 2006 – 2010

  • Convener of the WG: Quarkonium Spectroscopy, QWG, since 2002

  • VicePresident Marie Curie Association, 2002-2005

  • Editor in Chief Marie Curie Annals, 2003-2206

Additional qualifications

  • French Qualification as Professeur 1999.

  • Patents:

    N. Brambilla, A. Hilgers, H. Pelzer, R. Pietig, T. Purr,

    'Wideband Miniature Ceramic antenna',

    August 2001, (Philips PFLA), PVE03-2681, ID 201570 (PHDE0200057).

  • T. Purr, N. Brambilla, D. Peligrad,

    'Internal multi-band antenna',

    September 2001, (Philips PFLA), PVE03-2804, ID 201764 (PHDE020157).


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