Lorenzo Sala

  • PhD student
  • University of Trento

Nature enthusiast, piano addict and technology lover.
After graduating in Physics from the University of Milano-Bicocca with a Master’s thesis in numerical relativity, I moved to Trento and joined the UTN LISA Group. Here I’m working on the experimental side of LISA, the ESA/NASA Mission that will unveil the gravitational wave universe in the low-frequency band. I’m currently working on the characterization of the noise features of the LISA Pathfinder Mission.


  • Space-based gravitational wave detection: experimental challenges

    The LISA Mission has been selected by ESA as a large-class L3 mission, searching for low-frequency gravitational waves in the next decades. To demonstrate the feasibility of the mission, LISA Pathfinder was launched as a proof-of-concept mission, exceeding its requirements and giving green light to LISA. In this talk, I will give an overview of […]