Professore Onorario di Fisica Teorica, Università di Salerno, Italia.
Associato all’INFN (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare). Ph.D. in Physics, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA, 1974. Attività di ricerca sulle particelle elementari, fisica dello stato solido, sistemi biologici e studi sul cervello.
Autore di circa 250 lavori su riviste internazionali, capitol in volume monografici, report di Conferenze e dei libri “My Double Unveiled – The dissipative quantum model of brain“, John Benjamins Publ. Co., Amsterdam 2001. H.Umezawa and G. Vitiello, “Quantum Mechanics“, Bibliopolis, Napoli 1986, (Traduzione in Giapponese di K.Yasue e M.Jibu, Nippon Hyoron Sha. Co.Ltd., Tokyo, Japan 2005). M.Blasone, P.Jizba, G.Vitiello, “Quantum Field Theory and its macroscopic manifestations“, Imperial College Press, London 2011. G.G.Globus, K.H.Pribram, G.Vitiello (Editors) “Brain and Being. At the boundary between science, philosophy, language and arts” John Benjamins Publ. Co., Amsterdam 2004.
Coordinatore del Salerno Quantum Field Theory Unit dell’ European Science Foundation Networks 1995-2006. Revisore per Physical Review Letters, Physical Review, Physics Letters, Europhysics Letters, Annals of Physics, J.Phys. A:Math.Gen., etc.. Membro of del Comitato Consultivo e del Comitato Organizzativo di conferenze internazionali e Workshops.
Geshe Tenzin Tenphel
Geshe Tenphel was born to a nomadic agricultural family in Domo, Tibet, near the province of Sikkim, India. In 1959 with the Chinese invasion of Tibet, Geshe Tenphel’s family fled to Sikkim and later to south India. Geshe Tenphel became a monk when he was nine years old but continued studying at the local secular school while memorizing Buddhist scriptures in his holidays. He entered Sera Je monastery at the age of 17, where he completed 21 years of a monastic scholastic education, graduating with honors in 1994 with a Lharam Geshe degree, the highest Tibetan Buddhist doctorate conferred in the Gelug tradition. Geshe Tenphel studied tantra at Gyu To Tantric College for a year before being asked to take part in an international tour of Sera Jey monks. In 1997 he led the group of monks at Sera Je specialized in practices related to Hayagriva.
Since January 1998 he has been resident teacher at Lama Tzong Khapa Institute, where he teaches numerous short courses as well as the Basic Program and Masters Program.