S. Esposito's
curriculum vitae et studiorum


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Salvatore Esposito was born in Naples on September 22, 1970.

1993: Graduation in Physics "magna cum laude" at the University of Naples "Federico II" with a thesis on "Neutrino mass and oscillations" (advisor: F. Buccella).

1994: Two-year fellowship by the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN).

1995: "Gunnar Kallen" scholarship awarded by the Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture in Erice, Italy.

1999: Ph.D. graduation on Theoretical Physics at the University of Naples "Federico II" with a thesis "Primordial nucleosynthesis: accurate predictions for light element abundances" (advisors: G. Mangano, G. Miele and F. Buccella).

2000: One year PRIN fellowship by the Department of Physical Sciences of the University of Naples "Federico II".

2000/2001: Didactic activity for the courses of Quantum Mechanics ("Istituzioni di Fisica Teorica") and Quantum Field Theory ("Teoria Quantistica dei Campi") at the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences of the University of Naples "Federico II".

2000/2001: Six-month visiting scientist at the SISSA-ISAS in Trieste.

2001: Two-year post-doc fellowship by the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences of the University of Naples "Federico II".

2001: Professorship in Mathematics and Physics at the Liceo "Virgilio" in Pozzuoli (Naples).

2002: Participation at the PRIN-MIUR project "Fisica astroparticellare". National coordinator: G. Fogli. Local coordinator: G. Miele.

2003/-: Member of the Italian Society of the Historians of Physics and Astronomy (SISFA).

2005/2006: Didactic activity for the course of Applied Physics ("Fisica Applicata") at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Naples "Federico II".

2005/-: Scientific consultant of the Museum of Physics at the University of Naples "Federico II" (reconstruction of historical experiments; realization of galilean instruments; organization of a galilean exhibition for the World Year of Astronomy 2009; seminars; and so on).

2006: Participation at the PRIN-MIUR project "Fisica astroparticellare: neutrini ed Universo primordiale". National coordinator: G. Fogli. Local coordinator: G. Miele.

2008: Scientific consultant of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, Canada.

2008: Participation at the PRIN-MIUR project "Fisica teorica astroparticellare". National coordinator: A. Marrone. Local coordinator: G. Miele.

2008: "Majorana Medal 2008" avarded by EJTP for innovative works on the generalized Ginzburg-Landau model.

2008/-: Member of the American Mathematical Society.

2011/-: Scientific consultant of Selex-Galileo, a Finmeccanica Company.

2012/-: Scientific director of the website
sciencestorming.it.

2012/2015: Member of the Governing Council and secretary of the Italian Society of the Historians of Physics and Astronomy (SISFA).

2012/-: Scientific consultant of the National Centre of Science and Technology Evaluation, Kazakhstan.

2013/-: Member of the Editorial Board of the journal Advances in Historical Studies.

2013/-: Associate Professor (qualification) in Theoretical Physics of Fundamental Interactions.

2013/-: Full and Associate Professor (qualification) in Didactics and History of Physics.

2014: Scientific consultant of Selex-ES, a Finmeccanica Company, for the NEPERO Project at the IT-US Defense Science & Technology Dialogue (April 2014, Embassy of Italy, Washington)

2014/-: Scientific consultant of the Czech Science Foundation, Czech Republic.

Peer refereeing activity for the journals: Annalen der Physik, European Physical Journal, Foundation of Physics, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Journal of Magnetic Resonance, Modern Physics Letters, New Astronomy, Nuclear Physics B, Nuovo Cimento, Physica Scripta, Physical Review, Physical Review Letters, Physics Letters, Reviews of Modern Physics and others.