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Short Bio

Laurea degree in Mathematics, Roma Tre University (Rome, Italy).

Thesis title: On smooth quasi-periodic solutions of Hamiltonian-Systems.

Advisor: Prof. Luigi Chierchia.

M.A. in Mathematics, Princeton University (USA).

Ph.D. in Mathematics, Princeton University (USA).

Thesis title: On the structure of action-minimizing sets for Lagrangian systems.

Advisor: Prof. John. N. Mather.

Previous Academic Positions:

2008 - 2009:  


2009 - 2012:     

2009 - 2012:     

2012 - 2014:    

2014 - 2021:  

Junior Research Fellow at Foundation des sciences Mathématiques de Paris.

Host department: Ceremade, Université Paris-Dauphine (France).

Herschel-Smith Research fellow in Mathematics,

Dept of Pure Mathematics and Math. Stat., University of Cambridge (UK).

Newton Trust Fellow at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge (UK).

Tenured Researcher in Mathematical Analysis (01/A3, MAT/05).

Department of Mathematics and Physics, Roma Tre University (Italy).

Associate Professor  in Mathematical Analysis (01/A3, MAT/05).

Department of Mathematics, University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy).


(Current) Institutional Responsabilities:

2012 -  now:     


2020 -  now:

2020 - 2022:

2021 -  now:     

Member of the Ph.D. scientific board (Collegio dottorale)

Ph.d. program in mathematics, Roma Tre University (Italy).

Member of the Scientific committee,

Department of Mathematics, University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy)

Member of the Group of evaluation experts (GEV) in Mathematics, for the Italian Evaluation of Research Quality 2015-2019 (VQR 2015-2019)

Member of the Faculty of Science Board

University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy)

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Nonlinear Differential Eqns and Applications (Springer), Editorial board.

Nonlinear Analysis (Elsevier), Editorial board member.

PCI GeoDynPhy (Geometry, Dynamical systems and Mathematical Physics), Editorial board member.

Guido Fubini prize for Mathematics (Torino, Italy).

Barcelona Dynamical Systems prize, Societat Catalana de Mathemàtiques (Spain).

International Consortium of Chinese Mathematicians (ICCM 2020) Best Paper Award (Gold Medal).


Alfonso Sorrentino

Full Professor


Scientific awards:




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Researcher unique identifier (ORCID):  0000-0002-5680-2999