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Physicist Parisi first Italian on the list of Nobel hunters

2021-09-22T08:26:08.027Z

The physicist Giorgio Parisi has joined the ranking of the Clarivate Citation Laureates, which includes researchers whose scientific publications are among the most cited in the world and considered a sort of antechamber of the Nobel Prize. (HANDLE)



(ANSA) - ROME, SEPTEMBER 22 - The physicist Giorgio Parisi has joined the ranking of the Clarivate Citation Laureates, which includes researchers whose scientific publications are among the most cited in the world and considered a sort of antechamber of the Nobel Prize. President of the class of Physical, Mathematical and Natural Sciences of the Accademia dei Lincei, full professor of theoretical physics at the Sapienza University of Rome and associate researcher of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (Infn), Parisi was cited for "the revolutionary discoveries relating to quantum chromodynamics and the study of complex disordered systems ".


    "I am extremely satisfied with the recognition of the Clarivate Citation Laureates, also because it is the first time that it has been given to an Italian": for Giorgio Parisi "a recognition of this nature is a collective award that extends to a community; his credit also goes to more than 500 collaborators that I have had, with whom we have enjoyed trying to unravel the mysteries of nature. I am very happy and honored to have received this prestigious award, not only for being placed in a very prestigious company, but also for having taken it the same year as my friend Jean-Pierre Chaungeux, the famous neurologist, foreign associate of the Accademia dei Lincei ".


   (HANDLE).


Source: ansa

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