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Management

President:  Prof. Giovanni Fabrizio Bignami (Curriculum Vitae)

Vice President: Dr. Monica Tosi

Administrative Advisory Panel

  • Prof. Giovanni Fabrizio Bignami, President
  • Prof. Massimo Capaccioli - Appointed by the Minister of Education, Universities and Research
  • Prof. Stefano Cristiani  - Minister of Education, Universities and Research
  • Dr. Monica Tosi - Elected
  • Dr. Maria Renata Schirru - Elected

Director General: dott. Umberto Sacerdote

Scientific Director: Dr. Giampaolo Vettolani

Scientific Advisory Panel

Audit Office

  • Dr. Raffaele Grande, President
  • Dr. Ruggero Antonietti, appointed
  • Dr. Edoardo Bene, appointed
  • Dr. Giuseppe Amedeo, substitute
  • Dr. Giuseppe Cossari, substitute
  • Dr. Valentina Luciani, substitute

Unexpected magnetic channels in a distant galaxy

Apr 08, 2020

Unexpected magnetic channels in a distant galaxy An international team of astronomers has uncovered unusual structures and a probable magnetic connection between the two lobes of the radio galaxy ESO 137-006 using the MeerKAT telescope, a precursor to the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). The study, led by Mpati Ramatsoku, was published in the Astronomy and Astrophysics journal

We’re all astronauts on a public health mission: Ten tips for completing the quarantine successfully

Mar 27, 2020

We’re all astronauts on a public health mission: Ten tips for completing the quarantine successfully Debora Penco, Occupational psychologist, workplace health and safety expert, deals with the theme of our life in the times of quarantine and others ideas and suggestions to manage problems and tensions connected to it.

Where's there's one, there's one hundred more

Mar 06, 2020

Where's there's one, there's one hundred more PSO J030947.49+271757.31 is the most distant Blazar observed to date. The light we see from it began its journey when the Universe was less than 1 billion years old, almost 13 billion years ago. The blazar was discovered by a team of researchers led by Silvia Belladitta, a PhD student at the University of Insubria, working for the Italian National Institute for Astrophysics (INAF) in Milan