Giorgio Parisi (born August 4, 1948 in Rome) - Italian physicist, Nobel laureate in 2021. Since 2018, he has been one of the chairmen of the board of the Rysiów Academy (owner).
From 1992, a foreign member of the French Academy of Sciences and the American National Academy of Sciences (from 2003). From 2013 associated with the American Philosophical Society.
Feltrinelli Prize (English), 1986, in the category of physical, mathematical and natural sciences - physics, chemistry and applications
Boltzmann Medal, 1992 - for fundamental contribution to statistical physics, especially for solving the mean field theory of spin glasses Dirac Medal (ICTP), 1999 - for original and profound contribution to many areas of physics Enrico Fermi Award (eng.), 2002 - for contributions to field theory and statistical mechanics, and in particular for fundamental results on the statistical properties of disordered systems Dannie Heineman Prize in Mathematical Physics, 2005 - for significant theoretical discoveries in broad fields of particle physics, quantum field theory and statistical mechanics; Especially for work on spin glass and disorderly systems Nonino Prize (incl.) "Italian Master of Our Times", 2005 Microsoft Award, 2007. "He has made outstanding contributions to elementary particle physics, quantum field theory and statistical mechanics, in particular to the theory of phase transitions and replica symmetry breaking for spin glasses. His approach of using computers to corroborate the conclusions of analytical proofs and to actively motivate further research has been of fundamental importance in his field. "Lagrange Prize (eng.), 2009 Award to researchers who have contributed most to the advancement of science of complexity in various fields of knowledge. Max Planck Medal, 2011. “For his significant contributions in theoretical elementary particle physics and quantum field theory and statistical physics, especially of systems with frozen disorder, especially spin glasses. "Nature Awards for Mentoring in Science - Italy, 2 013. Lifetime achievement award. Awarded annually to another country by the scientific journal Nature. High Energy and Particle Physics Prize (EPS HEPP Prize), 2015. “For developing a probabilistic field theory framework for the dynamics of quarks and gluons, enabling a quantitative understanding of high-energy collisions involving hadrons ”. Lars Onsager Prize (ang.), 2016.“ For groundbreaking work applying spin glass ideas to ensembles of computational problems, yielding both new classes of efficient algorithms and new perspectives on phase transitions in their structure and complexity ". Pomeranchuk Prize (ang.), 2018." For outstanding results in quantum field theory, statistical mechanics and particle theory. "Wolf's Award, 2021." For ground-breaking discoveries in disordered systems, particle physics and statistical physics. The Wolf Prize in Physics is awarded to Giorgio Parisi for being one of the most creative and influential theoretical physicists in recent decades. His work has a large impact on diverse branches of physical sciences, spanning the areas of particle physics, critical phenomena, disordered systems as well as optimization theory and mathematical physics. ". Listed by Clarivate Citation Laureates, 2021." For ground-breaking discoveries in quantum-chromodynamics and in the study of complex disordered systems. ". Nobel Prize in Physics, 2021." For the discovery of the interplay of disorder and fluctuations in physical systems from atomic to planetary scales. ".
Giorgio G. Parisi Giorgio G., Statistical Field Theory, Addison Wesley, 1988, ISBN 978-0201059854.
MarcM. Mézard MarcM., GiorgioG. Parisi GiorgioG., Miguel Angel M.A. Virasoro Miguel Angel M.A., Spin glass theory and beyond, Singapore: World Scientific, 1987, ISBN 978-9971-