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Giuseppe Vitiello

Giuseppe Vitiello is Honorary Professor of Theoretical Physics, University of Salerno, Italy.

Associate (1983-2018) to INFN (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare). Ph.D. in Physics, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA, 1974. Research activity in elementary particles, condensed matter physics, biological systems and brain studies. Author of about 250 papers and of the books  My Double Unveiled – The dissipative quantum model of brain, John Benjamins Publ. Co., Amsterdam 2001. H.Umezawa and G.Vitiello, Quantum Mechanics,  Bibliopolis, Napoli 1986, (Japanese translation by K.Yasue and M.Jibu, Nippon Hyoron Sha. Co.Ltd., Tokyo, Japan 2005). M.Blasone, P.Jizba, G.Vitiello, Quantum Field Theory and its macroscopic manifestations, Imperial College Press, London 2011. G.G.Globus, K.H.Pribram, G.Vitiello (Editors)  Brain and Being. At the boundary between science, philosophy, language and arts, John Benjamins Publ. Co., Amsterdam 2004. He collaborates since 2009 with Luc Montagnier (2008 Medicine Nobel Prize), on research on the electromagnetic properties of DNA and since 2003 has collaborated with Walter J. Freeman (deceased 2016) in neuroscience.

Past events with Giuseppe Vitiello (1)

Beyond Bohm: Science, Order and Creativity

July 10, 2021