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Guido Martinelli CV

 

  • 1975 Degree in Physics supervisors Nicola Cabibbo and Giorgio Parisi;
  • 1977-1987 researcher at the Frascati National Laboratories of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN);
  • 1988, Associate Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University La Sapienza of Rome;
  • Since 1990 Full Professor of Theoretical Physics at La Sapienza;
  • 2001-2007 Director of the Department of Physics
  • 2006-2015 Member of the Scientific Committee and of the Advisory Board of the Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics (Florence).
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  • 2009-2011 President of CSN4 (Commissione Scientifica Nazionale per la Fisica Teorica) of the INFN
  • November 2010 – October 2015 Director of the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) in Trieste
  • Since January 2015 Member of the CERN Scientific Policy Committee
  • Member (Socio) of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei

 

Organizer of several international conferences.

 

In the past he was member of  ECFA,  of PESC for the European Science Foundation, referee in various international panels (PPARC, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, LAL Orsay,  Swiss National Science Foundation), national coordinator of an international network for Lattice Field Theory funded by the European Community, coordinator of the Theory Group of the Rome branch of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics, in 2010 winner of a grant from the European Research Council for the project DaMeSyFla with the amount of about 1.5 million Euros and of one of the PRIN 2010. He got several times grants of the Italian Ministry of  Education,  University  and Research, the last as PI in 2015 with a grant of 930.000 Euros.

 

He was a member of the Board of Directors of La Sapienza, referee of the European Commission for the award of scholarships Marie Curie, for the Committee for the Evaluation of Research and projects PRIN. Several times rapporteur in plenary sessions in some of the most important international conferences in Particle Physics (Photon-Hadron Interactions at High Energies, EPS Conference, Panic, Heavy Flavour Physics, Lattice  Conferences), he gave/gives hundred of scientific and dissemination seminars.  For several years he worked as a researcher at CERN in Geneva. 

Author of more than 200 papers in international journals with referee (Phys. Rev. Letters, Physical Review, JHEP, Nuclear Physics B, Physics Letters B). From the data base of In-Spires (SLAC)  his publications have received  about 20800 citations (h-factor 79, 90 according to Google Scholar).

 

An updated list of publications can be found on  inSPIRE

http://inspirehep.net/search?ln=en&p=author%3A%22martinelli%2C+g*%22+-ex...

 

During all his career, the scientific interests of Guido Martinelli have been focused on elementary particle physics and phenomenology, in particular on strong interactions in the perturbative and non perturbative regimes, on weak interactions, on matter-antimatter asymmetry and on the physics of the Standard Model (SM) and its extensions (Supersymmetry and Extra Dimensions). Alongside with these subjects he worked also in field theory, in particular on non-perturbative methods, effective theories, chiral Lagrangians and Statistical Mechanics.

Since about 2000, flavor physics has witnessed tremendous experimental progress, allowing us to reach an unprecedented accuracy in our knowledge of flavor and CP violation. Correspondingly he has dedicated most of his recent efforts  to improve the precision of the theoretical predictions. The progresses made on the theoretical side allowed to test the SM and look for New Physics (NP) at a level competitive with the direct production of new particles at LHC.

 

sito del docente: http://www.roma1.infn.it/~marti/

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