|Matteo Bertolini: Bio|
to my web pages. I'm a theoretical physicist at the International School for
Advanced Studies (SISSA/ISAS) of Trieste.
I'm employed as Associate Professor in the Elementary Particle Physics Sector.
I work on quantum field theory and string theory. You can read more about my
research and publications on my research pages.
I came to Trieste
in the Fall of 2003. Here's a brief description of the places I have been before.
I did my undergraduate studies
at the University of
Turin, where I got my Laurea in Physics (equivalent to a Master) in 1994. After two
years spent between the Physics department
of Turin Politecnico
and the Theory division of CERN,
in the Fall 1996 I took up a PhD place in the elementary particle physics sector of
Trieste. I received my Ph.D. in 1999.
I spent four years as a postdoc in Copenhagen, Denmark, at
NORDITA, the Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics. From
1999 to 2001
I was awarded an Italian INFN fellowship. From 2001 to 2003 I was a EU Marie Curie Research fellow.
My stay in Copenhagen
has been very fruitful, given also the very close collaboration between the High Energy groups of NORDITA and
NBI, the Niels Bohr Institute. During my long stay in Denmark,
I spent some time abroad for collaborations, in particular in the UK, France,
Switzerland, Sweden, Italy and The Netherlands. In the Fall 2003 I came back to Italy and was employed at
SISSA as Assistant Professor thanks to a fellowship from the Program Rientro dei Cervelli. I became Associate Professor at the
beginning of 2008.