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In memory of my friend Giorgio Gamberini (Italian original text, English translation)

"Philosophy is written in this grand book, the universe, which stands continually open to our gaze. But the book cannot be understood unless a person first learn to comprehend the language and read the letters in which it is composed. It is written in the language of mathematics, and its characters are triangles, circles and other geometric figures without which it is humanly impossible to understand a single word of it. Without these, one wanders about in a dark labyrinth" (original Italian text: "La filosofia scritta in questo grandissimo libro che continuamente ci sta aperto innanzi a gli occhi (io dico l'universo), ma non si pu intendere se prima non s'impara a intender la lingua, e conoscer i caratteri, ne' quali scritto. Egli scritto in lingua matematica, e i caratteri sono triangoli, cerchi, ed altre figure geometriche, senza i quali mezi impossibile a intenderne umanamente parola; senza questi un aggirarsi vanamente per un'oscuro laberinto'') G.Galilei

"If an idea is beautiful, it will very llkely be also true"   P.A.M.Dirac

"It from Bit"  J.A.Wheeler

"A theory is something nobody believes, except the person who made it.
An experiment is something everybody believes, except the person who made it." 

"Just do what you want to do and don't pay any attention to anything else. Never in my career have I spent five minutes doing something I didn't want to be doing"  P.Feyerabend

"... to reach out in my own way to the things I wished to learn, rather than relying on the notions of the consensus, overt or tacit, coming from a more or less extended clan of which I found myself a member, or which for any other reason laid claim to be taken as an authority ... It is in this gesture of 'going beyond,' to be something in oneself rather than the pawn of a consesus, the refusal to stay within a rigid circle that others have drawn around one - it is in this solitary act that one finds true creativity" A.Grothendieck

"Learn as if you should live forever and live as if you should die tomorrow''  M.Gandhi


My name is Paolo Bertozzini and I am a mathematical-physicist.
I currently support myself teaching at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of  the  Faculty of Science and Technology of Thammasat University in Bangkok - Thailand.

Here below You will find some (hopefully useful) detailed information on my work, interests, hobbies and life in Thailand :-)
Thanks for visiting! 

Contact Information

University Address:    
    Dr. Paolo Bertozzini    
    Room LC3-220-07, Department of Mathematics and Statistics    
    Faculty of Science and Technology    
    Thammsat University - Rangsit Campus    
    N. 99 Pahonyotin Road, Moo 18    
    Khlongneung, Khlongluang, Pathumthani 12121    
Home Adddress:    
    Dr. Paolo Bertozzini    
    Room 819, 8th Floor, Condominum A-3    
    Asian Games Village    
    Thammasat University - Rangsit Campus    
    N. 99 Pahonyotin Road    
    Khlongneung, Khlongluang, Pathumthani 12121    
(University) +66 (02) 564.4440--59 Ext 2101-3 Ext 307    
Fax: (University) +66 (02) 564.4489 
Alternative E-mails: paolo_th(at)   paolo(at)

You can also contact me via ResearchGate:

or via Facebook:

Paolo Bertozzini 

Research Summary (see the research, publicationsgrants and seminars pages for more details)   

Scientific Activity: Research in the field of Mathematical Physics.

Main Research Topics:

Other Fields of Interest:
News (seminars-talks-conferences):

New Preprints and Slides: (see the publications page for more details and older papers)

Curriculum Vitae 

CV (pdf file - updated on 24 July 2014)   (not functional now)
List of Citations (pdf file - updated August 2013)  (not functional now) 

Personal Information 

First Name: Paolo    
Date of Birth: 01 July 1964    
Citizenship: Italian
Family Name: Bertozzini    
Place of Birth: Faenza (RA) - Italy    
Civil Status: Unmarried 

Academic Qualifications and Professional Career

Didactic Activities and Current Students
Invited Talks and Seminars
Attendance to Meetings and Study Visits
Scholarships and Grants
Publications and Lectures Notes

Index list of some interesting links/researchers: 

some databases of researchers (please contact me for updates and corrections) 

Google Map of Some Researchers in Non-commutative Geometry (not functional now ... coming soon)
Google Map of Some Researchers in Operator Algebras (not functional now ... coming soon)
both of these maps are permanently under construction/modification and I am grateful for any help and suggestions to improve, complete and update the information.

A "Farang" Guide to Pure Mathematics Research in Thailand (not functional now ... coming soon)
this is a very preliminary attempt to provide, to foreign mathematicians interested in collaboration with Thai mathematician, a small database of researchers in *pure mathematics* and some coordinates.

Interesting web-sites in Non-commutative Geometry
Interesting we-sites in Operator Algebras
Interesting web-sites in Algebraic Quantum Field Theory
Interesting web-sites on Category Theory
Interesting web-sites for Quantum Gravity
Interesting web-sites for Foundations of Quantum Mechanics

Old (possibly outdated) List of Links to Homepages and Other Web Sites

Last Modified: 16 January  2017, 19.32.  This page is permanently under reconstruction. 

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