University of Trento
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Prof. Valter Moretti,
Department of  Mathematics,
University of Trento,
via Sommarive 14,
38123 Povo (Trento), 





Valter Moretti
Associate Professor of Mathematical Physics (with Full Professor qualification)
Group of Mathematical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Geometrical Methods in Physics


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research interests

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google scholar link
 
publication list

Lecture notes/Dispense



Errata Corrige
 of my book
Spectral Theory &
Quantum Mechanics
 (Springer 2013)
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appelli Fond Fis Mat
17-18-19 Giugno 2014
15-16-17  Luglio  2014
09-10-11 Sett 2014


Conference

Operator and Geometric Analysis on Quantum Theory

Levico September 2014


Courses I teach

Anno Accademico 2012-2013


Meccanica Analitica per Fisica

Fondamenti di Fisica Matematica parte II
(introduzione alle PDE)


Anno Accademico 2013-2014


Fondamenti di Fisica Matematica parte I
(Meccanica Analitica)


Mathematical Physics


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MIUR docente
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bibliotecaUNITN
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Stefano Bonaccorsi homepage
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Il ruolo della Matematica nella contrapposizione
Scienza Pura/Scienza Applicata






"La filosofia e' scritta in questo grandissimo libro che continuamente ci sta aperto innanzi a gli occhi (io dico l'universo), ma non si puo' intendere se prima non s'impara a intender la lingua, e conoscer i  caratteri, ne' quali e' scritto. Egli e' scritto in lingua matematica, e i suoi caratteri sono triangoli, cerchi, ed altre figure geometriche, senza i quali mezzi e' impossibile a intenderne umanamente parola; senza questi e' un aggirarsi vanamente per un oscuro labirinto."

(English translation: ''Philosophy is written in that great book which continually lies open before us (I mean  the Universe). But one cannot understand this book until one has learned to understand the language and to know the letters in which it is written. It is written in the language of mathematics, and the letters are triangles, circles and other geometric figures. Without these means it is impossible for mankind to understand a single word; without these means there is only vain stumbling in a dark labyrinth.'')

Galileo Galilei  (Il Saggiatore, 1623)

"The miracle of the appropriateness of the language of mathematics for the formulation of the laws of physics is a wonderful gift which we neither understand nor deserve. We should be grateful for it and hope that it will remain valid in future research and that it will extend, for better or for worse, to our pleasure, even though perhaps also to our bafflement, to wide branches of learning."

Eugene Wigner (Comm.Pure.Appl.Math. Vol. 13, No 1, February 1960 )


Mathematical Physics