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International Scientific Committee

The Scientific Committee is established in accordance with the 15th article of the Constitution of FoPRC. Its goal is to formulate of proposals on the contents and on the coordination of research programs, studies and technical-scientific activities in accordance with the statutory principles and institutional objectives of FoPRC; to advise the Director concerning carrying out of research and training activities and formulate advisory opinions and proposals to Director and the Governing Board of FoPRC on the programs and objectives of the Institute; to verify and evaluate the projects and proposals presented to FoPRC by its members, collaborators and third parties; to promotes the stipulation of agreements, agreements and contracts and formulates opinions regarding the use of funds and resources available to FoPRC. The Scientific Committee is composed by scientific personalities chosen among the national and international community; it is appointed by the FoPRC Director and after a disposition by the Governing Council.

Richard Louis Amoroso

Noetic Advanced Studies Institute (USA)
amoroso@noeticadvancedstudies.us

Bruno de Cindio

Department of Informatics, Modeling, Electronics and Systems Engineering (D.I.M.E.S.), University of Calabria (Italy)
bruno.decindio@unical.it

Daniel M. Dubois

Institute of Mathematics, University of Li├Ęge (Belgium)
daniel.Dubois@uliege.be
ddubois.chaos@gmail.com

Takaaki Musha

Advanced Science-Technology Research Organization (Japan), and Foundation of Physics Research Center (Italy)
takaaki.mushya@gmail.com

Guido Paoli

Pantellini Foundation (Italy)
guido.paoli@pantellini.org

Mario J. Pinheiro

Department of Physics , Technical University of Lisbon (Portugal)
mpinheiro@tecnico.ulisboa.pt

Massimo Pregnolato

Department of Drug Sciences, University of Pavia (Italy)
massimo.pregnolato@unipv.it