Carlo rubbia, male, was born in 1934 in Gorizia, Italy. World famous particle physicist and inventor, professor and scientist of Pavia University, Italy. He won the Nobel Prize in physics with van der Meyer in 1984. In January 2016, he won the 2015 China International Science and Technology Cooperation Award. On October 30, 2019, he was awarded the commemorative medal of "Celebrating the 70th anniversary of the founding of the people's Republic of China" by Ambassador Li Junhua at the Chinese Embassy in Italy.
Carlo Rubia has been working in CERN for a long time. Now he is also a member of the EU climate change senior advisory group, special adviser on energy issues of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, and President of the Institute of sustainable energy of China University of mining and technology.
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In 1984, he and Simon van der Meer won the Nobel Prize in physics for their decisive role in discovering weak interaction propagators w ± and Z0.
Born in 1934 in Gorizia, Italy, he studied at Pisa Normal University.
In 1957, he received a doctorate from the University of Pisa.
1989-1993, director general of CERN.
In 2011, China University of mining and Technology awarded Professor Carlo Rubia an honorary doctorate.
In 2013, Italian President Giorgio Napolitano appointed him a permanent senator.
On September 28, 2015, Carol Rubia was employed as the dean of Sustainable Energy Research Institute of China University of mining and technology.
On January 8, 2016, Carlo Rubia won the 2015 China International Science and Technology Cooperation Award.
Professor Carlo rubbia's basic research provides a new theoretical space for the development of new energy. Carlo Rubia proposed the concept of energy amplifier, a novel and safe way to generate nuclear energy using existing accelerator technology. Countries all over the world are actively studying this concept, in order to apply it to the incineration of accelerator high-level radioactive waste and the production of energy from natural thorium. The potential energy generated by such fuels is in fact endless, comparable to nuclear fusion. Professor Carlo rubbia is one of the main advocates of clean nuclear energy for Accelerator Driven Subcritical systems, focusing on the future energy supply and renewable energy technologies.
In 1984, Professor Carlo rubbia and Simon van der Meer won the 1984 Nobel Prize in physics for their decisive role in the large-scale experimental scheme of discovering the weak interaction propagator w ± and Z °.
On January 8, 2016, Carlo Rubia won the 2015 international science and Technology Cooperation Award of the people's Republic of China.
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