!!Franco Gianturco - Curriculum vitae
__Degrees Received __
*__Laurea__ (equivalent to an American Master’s Degree) in Chemistry at the University of Bologna, Italy, Summer 1961 (magna cum laude) 
*__D. Phil__. (Doctor of Philosophy) in Applied Mathematics, at the University of Oxford, England, Michelmas Term 1967. Supervisor: the late C.A. Coulson, FRS, Rouse Ball Professor of Applied Mathematics 
*__Libera Docenza__ in Theoretical Chemistry, December 1970. A state exam roughly equivalent to a British Doctor of Science or a German Habilitation 
__Positions Held __
*1963 - 1965: Assistant Lecturer at the Physics Department of the Catholic University Medical School in Rome, Italy 
*1965 - 1968: Research Fellow at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford University, Oxford, England 
*1968 - 1970: Research Associate at the Theoretical Physics Division of the Atomic Energy Research Establishment (A.E.R.E.), Harwell, England 
*1970 - 1974: Lecturer of Physical Chemistry, The University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy 
*1974 - 1979: Professor of Physical Chemistry, The University of Bari, Bari, Italy 
*1979 - 2013 Professor of Quantum Chemistry (First Chair) Dept. of Chemistry, University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Rome, Italy 
*2013 - present Senior Research Professor, Institute of Ion Physics, University of Innsbruck
*2015 - present Senior Associate, Linacre College, University of Oxford
__Visiting Research Fellowships __
*1965–1966: NATO Research fellowship at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford University, Oxford, England 
*1967–1968: British Council Scholarship, for graduate work at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford University 
*1971–1972: Royal Society exchange Fellowship for research at the Dept. of Theoretical Physics, the Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland 
*1979–1991: Von-Humboldt Fellowships at the Max Planck Institut für Strömungsforschung, Göttingen, Federal Republic of Germany 
*1982-2000: Visiting Fellowship from the Japan Society for the Advancement of Sciences, to the Institute of Space Research, Tokyo (Japan) 
*1985: Senior NATO Fellowship, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA (USA) 
*1992–1996: Senior Humboldt Awardee Max-Planck-Institut für Strömungsforschung, Göttingen, Germany 
*1995: Visiting Fellow, Institute of Theoretical Atomic and Molecular Physics, Harvard University (USA) 
*2000: Visiting Fellow, Center for Astrophysics, Harvard University (USA) 
*1995–2001: Max Planck Research Prize,Göttingen University (Germany) 
*2003-2006: Humboldt Visiting Fellow, Dept. of Physical Chemistry, Free University of Berlin, Germany 
__Editorial Appointments in International Journals__
*1982-1990: Editor of Computer Physics Reports
*1979-1990: Member of the Editorial Board of the ''International Journal of Quantum Chemistry''
*1984-1988: Member of the Editorial Board ofthe ''Journal of Physics B: At. Mol. Opt. Physics''
*1995-2001: Editor-in-Chief of ''Europhysics Letters''
*1997-2001: Member of the Editorial Board of the ''European Physics Journal D''; atoms, molecules and clusters
*1990: Member of the Editorial Board of ''Anales de Fisica'', Madrid, Spain
*1985-2001: Editorial Board Member of: ''Computer Physics Communication''
*2003-2009 : Editor-in-Chief, ''European Journal of Physics D''
__Honours and Awards __
*Invited Speaker and plenary Lecturer (since 1973) to several International Conferences and International Summer Schools for a total of about 300 invitations, nearly always outside Italy 
*1981-1989: Chairman of the Division of Atomic and Molecular Physics of the European Physical Society 
*1981-1991: Elected Member of the Executive Committee of the International Conference on the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions (ICPEAC) and Chairman of the Committee (1989-1991) 
*1991: Received the __Humboldt Research Prize__ from the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, through the Von Humboldt Foundation 
*1988: Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society 
*1989: Elected Fellow of the New York Academy of Sciences 
*1994: Elected Fellow of the Institute of Physics (UK) 
*2005: Elected Fellow of the European Physical Society 
*1995: Awarded the __Research Prize of the Max-Planck Society__ for Chemical Physics 
*1996: Recipient of the __P.O. Lowdin Lecture__ for 1996 by the University of Uppsala (Sweden) 
*1998: Recipient of the __MOLEC Award__, Bristol, Sept. 1998 
*2003-2006: President of the Supercomputing Consortium CASPUR