Volume 3, Issue 2, pages 24-30
His scientific interest is to improve the irreversible thermodynamic approach to biosystems with particular regards to the control of ions fluxes by controlling the molecular machines and the macromolecules interactions inside the living systems. To do so, it is fundamental the thermodynamic analysis of quantum systems, with particular regards to irreversibility in atoms and molecules. So, he studies the quantum irreversibility in atoms in interactions with photons and external fields, in order to control the cancer growth. For him, quantum and irreversible thermodynamics could represent a new approach to non linear and complex problems as cancer.
Atoms continuously interact with the photons of the electromagnetic fields in their environment. This electromagnetic interaction is the consequence of the thermal nonequilibrium. It introduces an element of randomness to atomic and molecular motion, which brings to the decreasing of path probability required for microscopic reversibility of evolution. In any atomic electron-photon interaction an energy footprint is given to the atom, and the emitted photon looses energy. The emission of radiation isn’t time reversible and this causes the irreversibility in macroscopic systems.