First Italian physicist makes 'Nobel hunters' list

Sep 27, 2021 116

The first Italian physicist has made the 'Nobel hunters' list of the Clarivate Citation Laureates classifiation, sources said Wednesday. Giorgio Parisi, 73, is president of the class of Physical, Mathematical and Natural Sciences of the prestigious Accademia dei Lincei.

He is a lecturer in theoretical physics at Rome's La Sapienza University and associate researcher at the National Nuclear Physic Institute (INFN). He was cited by the Clarivate group for his "revolutionary discoveries relating to quantum chromodynamics and the study of complex disordered systems".

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