**Curriculum vitae of Angelo Morro**

**Education and professional experience**

1966-1970 Studies of Physics at the University of Genova.

November 23, 1970 Degree in Physics, summa cum laude.

1971-1972 Fellow at the Institute of Physics, Genova.

November 15, 1972... read more

**Curriculum vitae of Angelo Morro**

**Education and professional experience**

1966-1970 Studies of Physics at the University of Genova.

November 23, 1970 Degree in Physics, summa cum laude.

1971-1972 Fellow at the Institute of Physics, Genova.

November 15, 1972 Diploma from the Advanced School in Physics, Genova, summa cum laude.

1973-1980 Assistant Professor of Rational Mechanics (Engineering Faculty, Genova) and teacher of Rational Mechanics and Mathematical Physics.

September 1976 Fellow (supported by Italian CNR) at the Laboratory of Theoretical Mechanics, CNRS, Paris VI.

Summer-Fall 1978 Fellow (supported by Italian CNR) at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford.

1981-1988 Professor of Rational Mechanics (Engineering Faculty, Genova) Teaching: Rational Mechanics, Mathematical Physics, Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics.

1986-2000 Dean of the Electronic Engineering Council, Genova.

1987-1993 Member of the Advisory Board of the journal Meccanica.

Summer 1988 ``Professeur invite' '', Laboratory of Mechanical Modelling, P. & M. Curie University, Paris VI.

1988-now Professor of Mathematical Physics (Engineering Faculty, Genova).

July 1990 Visiting Professor, Technical University, Berlin.

1994-2001 and 2006-2009 Secretary of AIMETA, 2002-2205 President of AIMETA,

1988-1998 Teaching: Mathematical Physics, Applied Mathematics, Mathematical and Statistical Methods.

1998-2007 Teaching: Mathematics, Mathematical and Statistical Methods, Mathematical Physics.

2007-now Teaching: Mathematics, Statistics

2000-now Teaching: Continuum Mechanics (for Ph. D. students of Civil Engineering)

2013-now Teaching: Mathematical Analysis, Mathematical Physics

**Research interests**

The research deals mainly with the mathematical modelling in mechanics and electromagnetism of continuous media. Particular topics are:

Methods for wave propagation in inhomogeneous media;

Models of non-simple materials (hyper-stress, extra-fluxes);

Mathematical models in biology.

Models of phase transitions.

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