
CV of
Paolo Maria Santini
Ordinary Professor of Theoretical Physics
Dipartimento di Fisica, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"
Piazz.le A. Moro 2, 00185 Roma, Italia
Office tel: 00390649914239, fax: 0039064454749
Email:
paolo.santini@roma1.infn.it
Personal web page: http://www.roma1.infn.it/people/santini/
Personal Data
Name: Paolo Maria Santini
Place and date of birth: Bologna, Italy. 28/05/1954
Education
Laurea in Physics, 110/110 cum laude, December 1977. Supervisor:
Prof.
F.Calogero. Department of Physics, University of Roma "La Sapienza".
PhD in Mathematics, May 1984. Supervisor: Prof. M.J.Ablowitz.
Department
of Mathematics, Clarkson University, Potsdam, N.Y., USA.
Hobbies
Drawing, playing guitar and listening music, reading books and
watching movies.
Academic Positions
November 2000  present. Ordinary Professor of Theoretical Physics,
Fis 02,
Department of Physics, University of Roma "La Sapienza".
November 1998  October 2000. Associate Professor of Physics;
Department of
Physics, University of Roma "La Sapienza".
November 1994  October 1998. Associate Professor of Theoretical
Physics;
Department of Physics, University of Catania.
Academic years: 1986  87 and 1987  88. Visiting Professor;
Department of
Mathematics, Clarkson University, Potsdam, N.Y., USA.
September 1981  October 1994. Tenur Researcher in Theoretical
Physics, Department
of Physics, University of Roma "La Sapienza".
June 1978  September 1981. Fellow in Mathematical Physics of the
Italian National
Council of Research (CNR). Supervisor: Prof. F.Calogero. Department
of Physics, University of Roma "La Sapienza".
Editorial Positions
Editorial Board of Inverse Problems. 1992  1996.
International Programs and Workshops organized
"NEEDS  Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Dynamical Systems";
Chania,
Creta, 20/0605/07 1985.
6 Month Programme "Integrable Systems" at the Newton Institute,
Cambridge
(UK). July  December 2001.
EuroConference: "NEEDS  Nonlinear Evolution Equations and
Dynamical Systems";
Cambridge (UK). 24/07  31/07 2001.
EuroWorkshop: "Discrete Systems"; Cambridge (UK). 03/09  14/09
2001.
Publications
About 100 papers. 80 on international journals, and 20 in Conference
and School
Proceedings, or in Special Issues Volumes. One book (coauthored
with C.
Bernardini and O. Ragnisco) on Mathematical Methods of Physics.
Research Interests
The theory of nonlinear (algebraic, differential, partial
differential, integro
differential, difference, functional) equations treatable by
spectral means. In
particular,
1. the study of the rich mathematical aspects of such a theory,
involving
several branches of Mathematics: Algebra, Complex Analysis,
Differential
Geometry, Discrete Geometry, and Algebraic Geometry;
2. the study of the interesting applications to the Natural Sciences.

