Giuseppe Rega, Italian engineering educator, researcher. Achievements include research in cable nonlinear dynamics; research in nonlinear oscillations in applied mechanics and structural dynamics; research in bifurcation and chaos in nonlinear dynamics; research in control of oscillations and chaos; research in reduced order modeling; research in dynamical integrity.
Rega, Giuseppe was born on July 4, 1946 in Rome, Italy.
Laurea in civil engineering cum laude, University Rome, 1970.
Professor solid and structural Mechanics University Lódz'Aquila, Italy, 1986—1995, head department structural, water and soil engineering, 1987—1992. Professor solid and structural mechanics University Rome La Sapienza, since 1995, chairman Doctor of Philosophy Program Structural Engineering, since 2003. Director Doctoral School Civil Engineering and Architecture.
Editor-in-chief Meccanica, Rome, 1998—2004. Associate editor Chaos Solitons and Fractals, Netherlands, 1996—2009, Mathematical Problems Engineering, since 2003, American Society of Mechanical Engineers Jour Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics, United States of America, since 2005.
Member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, International Union Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (Italian representative general assembly), European Mechanics Society (member nonlinear Oscillations conference committee), Italian Association Theoretical and Applied mechanics (past president).