Curriculum Vitae



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Andrea Perali is Associate Professor of condensed matter theory at the University of Camerino, in the School of Pharmacy, Physics Unit. He works in collaboration with Prof. G. C. Strinati, Prof. P. Pieri and Prof. D. Neilson. He is a professor of General Physics from 2002. He is the delegate of the Rector for e-learning projects. He is a member of the committe of the Ph.D. program in Physics a the University of Camerino.

He has got the laurea and Ph.D. degree in Physics at the University of Roma “Sapienza” working in the theoretical group of Prof. C. Castellani and Prof. C. Di Castro, in collaboration with the experimental group of Prof. A. Bianconi and the theoretical group of Prof. L. Pietronero. He has been a post doc fellow for one year at the Rutgers University (USA) working with Prof. G. Kotliar on numerical methods for high-Tc superconductivity.

He has won 3 prizes “Enrico Persico” from the “Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei” for the best physics students in the Rome universities and the prize of the Italian Physics Society for the scientific production of young researchers. He has won the prize of “Fondazione Angelo della Riccia” to partially support the post doc position in the USA. In 2015 he has been nominated “Outstanding Referee” from the American Physical Society and he has won the “Fibonacci” prize given by the SuperStripes onlus and RICMASS for the pioneering studies on the superconducting stripes.

He is the author of 57 scientific publications (with 1570 citations and Hirsch index h=20) and in the last  years he published also in Nature Physics and in Physical Review Letters. A provisional patent has been filed in Australia by the NewSouth Innovations and in USA. He presented 40 talks at international conferences and universities during short term visits and 16 posters.

He participated to the scientific and organizing committees of 9 international conferences and summer school (being a co-director in two of them). He works as a referee for Physical Review Letters, Physical Review A and B (more than 65 referee reports done), for the National Science Foundation of USA and Belgium, and for the National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada. He partecipated as a research member to 4 PRIN (2003, 2005, 2007, 2009), locally coordinated by Prof. G.C. Strinati.

Present research interests include theory of superconductivity and superfluidity, with particular focus on the BCS-BEC crossover, pseudogap and fluctuating phenomena in ultracold fermionic atoms and multiband superconductors and superfluids. He has 15 years of experience in diagrammatic and numerical methods to study the physics of strongly interacting fermions, developing skills in parallel computing using fortran compilers.

On the above projects, he collaborates with Prof. G.C. Strinati, Prof. P. Pieri and Prof. D. Neilson in Camerino.

He recently started a collaboration with Prof. Arkady Shanenko now in the Federal University of Pernambuco in Recife (Brazil)  on multiband superconductivity and superfluidity  and with A. R. Hamilton in University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia on a new superfluid graphene-based device (patent submitted). He is in a continuous collaboration with Prof. Milorad Milosevic and Prof. Francois Peeters of University of Antwerp, Belgium. See also the MultiSuper Network web platform


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