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INAF Management in brief

President:

Prof. Marco Tavani


Vice President:

Eng. Stefano Giovannini


INAF Governing Board

  • Prof. Marco Tavani, President - Appointed by the Minister of University and Research
  • Prof. Stefano Borgani - Appointed by the Minister of University and Research
  • Dr. Maria Cristina De Sanctis - Appointed by the Minister of University and Research
  • Dr. Grazia Maria Gloria Umana - Elected by the INAF personnel
  • Eng. Stefano Giovannini  - Elected by the INAF personnel

 

Director General:

Dr. Gaetano Telesio


Scientific Director:

Dr. Filippo Maria Zerbi


Scientific Advisory Panel

  • Prof. Marica Branchesi (appointed)
  • Prof. Sandra Savaglio (appointed)
  • Dr. Paolo Tozzi (NSR 1)
  • Marco Limongi (NSR 2)
  • Daniele Spadaro (NSR 3)
  • Tomaso Belloni (NSR 4)
  • Andrea Zacchei (NSR 5)

Audit Office

  • President: Dr. Luigi Spampinato
  • Dr. Marco Antonini
  • Dr. Roberto La Paglia
  • Dr. Tatiana Cialdella
  • Dr. Viola De Vincentiis

 

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