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Physicist educator , researcher

Rita Bernabei, Italian physicist educator, researcher. Recipient Operosita Scientifica award Italian Society Physics, 1979. Member Italian Society Physics, New York Academy of Sciences.


Bernabei, Rita was born on February 6, 1949 in Rome, Italy. Daughter of Quirino and Elide (DiGiacinto) Bernabei.


Degree in physics, University Rome, 1973. Degree in mathematics, University Rome, 1977.


Fellow Centro Nazionale Ricerche, Rome, 1974-1975, Minister Public Instruction, Rome, 1975-1980. Assistant to associate professor University Rome La Sapienza, 1980—1986. Associate professor University Rome Tor Vergata, 1986—2007.

Professor University Rome, since 2007. Coordinator National Science Committee for Technology Research, 1989-1995. Member Frascati Laboratory MEA, 1975-1977, Ladon, 82-87, European Organization of Nuclear Research UA1 College, 1978-1982, Gran Sasso Laboratory Gallex, 1985-1997, GNO, 1997-2005.

Head DAMA experiments, since 1990.


  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Introduzione Al Progetto Logico di un Calcolatore Digitale (Introduction to the Logic Design of a Digital Computer, 1977. Co-editor: (proceedings) The Dark Side of the Universe, 1994, 96. Contributor about 200 articles to professional journals in nuclear, particle and astroparticle physics.


Member Italian Society Physics, New York Academy of Sciences.


Married Silio d'Angelo, January 21, 1977. 1 child, Annelisa d'Angelo.

Quirino Bernabei

Elide (DiGiacinto) Bernabei

Silio d'Angelo