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Journals
 A Casimir Effect in Extended Theories of Gravity – G. Lambiase, A. Stabile, An. Stabile – Physical Review D  95, 084019 (2017)
 Astrophysical Constraints on Extended Gravity Models – G. Lambiase, M. Sakellariadou, A. Stabile, An. Stabile – JCAP 07, 003 (2015)
 Gravitational Waves in Fourth Order Gravity  S. Capozziello, A. Stabile  Astrophys Space Sci 358, 27 (2015)
 Numerical Analysis of Galactic Rotation Curves  G. Scelza, A. Stabile  Astrophys Space Sci 357, 44 (2015)
 Constraining models of extended gravity using Gravity Probe B and Lares experiments – S. Capozziello, G. Lambiase, M. Sakellariadou, A. Stabile, An. Stabile – Physical Review D  91, 044012 (2015)
 Open Cell Conducting Foams for High Synchrotron Radiation Accelerators – S. Petracca, A. Stabile – Physical Review STAB  17, 083503 (2014)
 Conformal Transformations and weak Field Limit of ScalarTensor Gravity – A. Stabile, An. Stabile, S. Capozziello – Physical Review D  88, 124011 (2013)
 Galaxy Rotation Curves in f(R, \phi)Gravity – A. Stabile, S. Capozziello – Physical Review D  87, 064002 (2013)
 Weak Gravitational Lensing in Fourth Order Gravity – A. Stabile, An. Stabile – Physical Review D  85, 044014 (2012)
 Rotation Curves of Galaxies by Fourth Order Gravity – A. Stabile, G. Scelza – Physical Review D  84, 124023 (2011)
 Hydrostatic Equilibrium and Stellar Structure in f(R)Gravity – S. Capozziello, M. De Laurentis, S. D. Odintsov, A. Stabile – Physical Review D 83, 064004 (2011)
 Most General Fourth Order Theory of Gravity at Low Energy – A. Stabile – Physical Review D 82, 124026 (2010)
 The PostNewtonian Limit of f(R)Gravity in the Harmonic Gauge – A. Stabile – Physical Review D 82, 064021 (2010)
 Axially Symmetric Solutions in f(R)Gravity  S. Capozziello, M. De Laurentis, A. Stabile – Classical and Quantun Gravity 27, 165008 (2010)
 The PostMinkowskian Limit in f(R)Gravity  S. Capozziello, A. Stabile, A. Troisi – International Journal of Theoretical Physics 49, 1251 (2010)
 Comparing ScalarTensor Gravity and f(R)Gravity in the Newtonian Limit – S. Capozziello, A. Stabile, A. Troisi – Physics Letters B 686, 79 (2010)
 The Newtonian Limit of Metric Gravity Theories with Quadratic Lagrangians – S. Capozziello, A. Stabile – Classical and Quantum Gravity 26, 085019 (2009)
 A General Solution in the Newtonian Limit of f(R)Gravity  S. Capozziello, A. Stabile, A. Troisi  Modern Physics Letters A 24, No 9 659 (2009)
 Spherical Symmetry in f(R)Gravity  S. Capozziello, A. Stabile, A. Troisi,  Classical and Quantum Gravity 25, 085004 (2008)
 Newtonian Limit of f(R)Gravity  S. Capozziello, A. Stabile, A. Troisi  Physical Review D 76, 104019 (2007)
 Spherically Symmetric Solutions in f(R)Gravity via Noether Symmetry Approach  S. Capozziello, A. Stabile, A. Troisi  Classical and Quantum Gravity 24, 2153 (2007)
 Fourth Order Gravity and Experimental Constraints on Eddington Parameters – S. Capozziello, A. Stabile, A. Troisi  Modern Physics Letters A 21, 2291 (2006)
Books
 SelfGravitating Systems in Extended Gravity – A. Stabile, S. Capozziello – Galaxies 2, 520 (2014), Special Issue “Beyond Standard Gravity and Cosmology”  ISSN 20754434
Starting from the weak field limit, we discuss astrophysical applications of Extended Theories of Gravity where higher order curvature invariants and scalar fields are considered by generalizing the HilbertEinstein action linear in the Ricci curvature scalar R. Results are compared to General Relativity in the hypothesis that Dark Matter contributions to the dynamics can be neglected thanks to modified gravity. In particular, we consider stellar hydrostatic equilibrium, galactic rotation curves, and gravitational lensing. Finally, we discuss the weak field limit in the Jordan and Einstein frames pointing out how effective quantities, as gravitational potentials, transform from one frame to the other and the interpretation of results can completely change accordingly.
 The Weak Field Limit of Fourth Order Gravity – S. Capozziello, A. Stabile – Classical and Quantum Gravity: Theory, Analysis and Applications, chapter 2, 1 Nova Science Publishers, Inc 2010, New York, ISBN 9781611229578
Fourth Order Theories of Gravity have recently attracted a lot of interest as candidates to explain the observed cosmic acceleration, the flatness of the rotation curves of spiral galaxies, the large scale structure and other relevant astrophysical phenomena. This means that the "Dark Side" issue of the Universe could be completely reversed considering dark matter and dark energy as "shortcomings" of General Relativity in its simplest formulation (a linear theory in the Ricci scalar R, minimally coupled to the standard perfect fluid matter) and claiming for the "correct" theory of Gravity as that derived by matching the largest number of observational data, without imposing any theory a priori. As a working hypothesis, accelerating behavior of cosmic fluid, large scale structure, potential of galaxy clusters, rotation curves of spiral galaxies could be reproduced by means of extending General Relativity to generic actions containing higher order and nonminimally coupled terms in curvature invariants. In other words, gravity could act in different ways at different scales and the above "shortcomings" could be due to the incorrect extrapolations of the Einstein theory, actually tested at short scales and low energy regimes. Very likely, what we call "dark matter and "dark energy" could be nothing else but signals of the breakdown of General Relativity at large scales. Then, it is a crucial point testing these Extended Theories in the weak field limit. In this sense, comparing these theories to General Relativity could be a fundamental step to retain or rule out them. In this review paper, after a survey of what is intended for Extended Theories of Gravity in the so called metric approach, we extensively discuss their Newtonian and the postNewtonian limits pointing out, in details, their resemblances and differences with respect to General Relativity. Particular emphasis is placed on the exact solutions and methods used to obtain them. Finally, it is clearly shown that General Relativity results, in the Solar System context, are easily recovered since Einstein theory is a particular case of this extended approach. This is a crucial point against several wrong results in literature stating that these theories (e.g. f(R)gravity) are not viable at local scale.
Proceedings
 A Map Approach for ecloud Density in a Magnetic Field – W. Di Carmine, S. Petracca, A. Stabile  Beam Dynamics and Electromagnetic Fields D05 Instabilities, Processes, Impedances, Countermeasures  International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC 2014)  TUPRI048 ISBN 9783954501328
 Electromagnetic Modeling of Open Cell Conductive Foams for High Synchrotron Radiation Rings  S. Petracca, A. Stabile Beam Dynamics and Electromagnetic Fields D05 Instabilities, Processes, Impedances, Countermeasures  International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC 2014)  TUPRI047 ISBN 9783954501328
 Search for New ECloud Mitigator Materials for High Intensity Particle Accelerators – R. Cimino, A. Romano, S. Petracca, A. Stabile, M.R. Masullo, S. O’Connor, G. Bregliozzi, V. Baglin – Accelerator Technology Main Systems T14 Vacuum Technology – International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC 2014)  WEPME033 ISBN 9783954501328
 Conducting Foams for High Synchrotron Radiation Accelerators  S. Petracca, A. Stabile  JPS Conference Proceedings 1, 014003 (2014). The 12th Asia Pacific Physics Conference (APPC12) and The Third AsiaEurope Physics Summit (ASEPS3), Makuhari (Japan) 2013  ISBN 9784890271016
 The Quadratic Coefficient of the Electron Cloud Mapping  S. Petracca, A. Stabile, T. Demma  Proceedings of the ECLOUD'12: Joint INFNCERNEuCARDAccNet Workshop on Electron Cloud Effects (2012)  ISBN 9789290833864, ISSN 00078328 DOI 10.5170/CERN2013002
 Numerical Analysis of Galactic Rotation Curves  A. Stabile. G. Scelza  Mathematica Italia User Group Meeting 2011 – Atti del Convegno  ISBN 9788896810026
 An Analytical Formula of the Electron Cloud Linear Map Coefficient in a Strong Dipole – S. Petracca, A. Stabile, T. Demma, G. Rumolo  Beam Dynamics and Electromagnetic Fileds D05 Instabilities, Processes, Impedances, Countermeasures  2nd International Particle Physics 2011 (IPAC 2011)  MOPS056 ISBN 9789290833666
 The Quadratic Coefficient of the Electron CLoud Mapping – T. Demma, S. Petracca, A. Stabile – Proceedings of the XVIII RiNEm EDAP2  ISBN 9788890526114 (printed edition) ISBN 9788890526107 (Electronic edition)
 Open Cell Metal Foams for Beam Linears? – R. P. Croce, S. Petracca, A. Stabile – Proceedings of the XVIII RiNEm POST6  ISBN 9788890526114 (Printed edition) ISBN 9788890526107 (Electronic edition)
 Weak Field Approach in f(R)Gravity – A. Stabile, S. Capozziello – 54th Meeting of the Italian Astronomical Society  Italian astronomy: perspectives for the next decade (SAIt 2010) – Mem. S.A.It. Suppl. vol 19, 63, 2012 ISSN 18240178
 Ecloud Map Formalism: an Analytical Expression for Quadratic Coefficient – T. Demma, S. Petracca, A. Stabile – Beam Dynamics and Electromagnetic Fields D05 Instabilities, Processes, Impedances, Countermeasures  International Particle Accelerator Conference 2010 (IPAC 2010)  TUPD037 ISBN 9789290833529
 Maps for Electron Clouds: Application to LHC Conditioning  T. Demma, R. Cimino, A. Drago, S. Petracca, A. Stabile  Beam Dynamics and Electromagnetic Fields D04 Processes, Impedances, Countermeasures – Particle Accelerator Conference 2009  PAC09 FR5RFP071
PhD thesis
The Higher Order Theories of Gravity f(R, R_{\alpha\beta}R^{\alpha\beta})  theory, where R is the Ricci scalar, R_{\alpha\beta} is the Ricci tensor and f is any analytic function  have recently attracted a lot of interest as alternative candidates to explain the observed cosmic acceleration, the flatness of the rotation curves of spiral galaxies and other relevant astrophysical phenomena. It is a crucial point testing these alternative theories in the so called weak field and newtonian limit of a f(R, R_{\alpha\beta}R^{\alpha\beta})  theory. With this "perturbation technique" it is possible to find spherically symmetric solutions and compare them with the ones of General Relativity. On both approaches we found a modification of General Relativity: the behaviour of gravitational potential presents a modification Yukawa  like in the newtonian case and a massive propagation in the weak field case. When the modification of the theory is removed (i.e. f(R, R_{\alpha\beta}R^{\alpha\beta})\,=\,R, Hilbert  Einstein lagrangian) we find the usual outcomes of General Relativity. Also the Noether symmetries technique has been investigated to find some time independent spherically symmetric solutions. 
The rotation curve for M33 continues to rise well beyond the optical disk ... as measured by the HI. The lower curve on the plot (dashed line) shows what the rotational velocity of objects in the M33 galaxy is expected to be based on the luminous matter in the galaxy. Clearly, the experimental points do not match the dashed line: the rotational velocity of objects outside the galaxy is far faster than the prediction.

MD thesis
In this thesis we explore the possibility of selfgravitating nonbaryonic systems (in particular boson stars and / or neutrinos star) may be present at the center of galaxies, with special attention to our galaxy: The Milky Way. From a dynamical point of view, we analyze the information contained in the observations, concluding that they are compatible with a single massive object (the socalled Sgr A *), without necessarily requiring that this is an extremely massive black hole. The hypothesis of a "dark" stellar cluster (white dwarfs, neutron stars) or a cluster of holes blacks with the size Sunlike is analyzed through the gravothermal catastrophe theory, and is excluded because the average life of the cluster is incompatible with the age of the Galaxy. Moreover these structures reproduce satisfactorily the dynamic demands. In the different models reproducing the observed central mass the required parameter are derived, and further the possible existence of boson or neutrinos stars is analyzed. In addition, the models are able to explain the nature of Sgr A * without invoking the presence of singularities. We analyze the growth factor around the star, trying to explain the absence of black hole. In fact by using the phenomenon of fragmentation in the case of boson star we give an answer to the problem. In the case of neutrinos star unlike we have only a some suggestions for the solution. Finally, we suggest the possible observations for the proposed models. In conclusion, we can say that no model fully satisfies the physics of the galactic center and the hypothesis of the black hole is far from conclusive discussion.
