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Tommaso Calarco

Tommaso Calarco, Italian physicist. Recipient bursary Italian Ministry for University and Science and Technological Research, Ferrara, 1994-1997; grantee Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics, Legnaro National Laboratories, 1993-1994, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Ettore Majorana Science Culture Center, Erice, Italy, 1994.


  • Calarco, Tommaso was born on December 1, 1969 in Rovereto, Trento, Italy. Son of Giuseppe and Maria (Podbersig) Calarco.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, University Padua, Italy, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy, University Ferrara, Italy, 1998.


    • Guitar teacher Music School, Pergine, Italy, 1992. Physics teacher Classical Lyceum, Rovereto, 1993. Project director International University People's Institutions for Peace, since 1997.

      Trainer Mir Do Neba, Trento, Italy, since 1994. Computer consultant International University People's Institutions for Peace, Rovereto, 1995-1997.


    • Contributor: Coherence and Quantum Optics, 1996. Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Denomination: Roman Catholic


    Students' representative academy senate Padua University, 1991-1994. National representative for constitution defense International Fellowship for Reconciliation, Italy, 1995-1996. Project coordinator Campaign Against Public Funding to the Militar Production, Trento, 1995.

    Member cultural commission Municipality of Rovereto, since 1996. Founding member vocal group Gaudeamus, since 1995.



    Music, singing in choir.


    • Married Anna Bonifazi, September 28, 1996.
    • father: Giuseppe Calarco
    • mother: Maria (Podbersig) Calarco
    • spouse: Anna Bonifazi
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    Born December 1, 1969
    (age 47)
    • 1994
      University Padua
    • 1998
      University Ferrara
    • 1992
      Guitar teacher, Music School
      Pergine, Toscana, Italy
    • 1993
      physics teacher, Classical Lyceum
      Rovereto, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
    • 1997
      project director, International University People's Institutions for Peace