EPS prize for Statistical and Nonlinear Physics awarded to Prof. A Vulpiani

Theoretical physicist A. Vulpiani, professor at the Physics Department of the University of Rome  “La Sapienza”  has been awarded the prestigious EPS prize for Statistical and Nonlinear Physics

for his seminal contributions to statistical and nonlinear physics, touching fundamentally important issues in dynamical systems theory and statistical mechanics, including the mechanism of stochastic resonance, multifractality of invariant sets of dynamical systems, the dynamics and multifractal properties of turbulent flows, chaos in Hamiltonian systems, and the limits of predictability in complex systems.

Prof. A. Vulpiani has long been a close collaborator and  a source of inspiration for many ISC researchers.