**Scientific
interests**

*As for
my main interests, you can find a short list below:*

**Operator
algebras and applications**

**Semigroup
Theory and applications**

**Wavelets
theory and applications**

**Stochastic
limit and applications**

**Non-standard
analysis and applications**

**Functional
analysis methods in physics**

*while,
if you are interested in my CV [**ita**/**ing**],
you can find it here. Here you find a list of my publications
[**ita**/**ing**],
while here you get a list of my **active
collaborations**.*

*Many
reprints can be downloaded from the ArXiv just clicking*
*here**.
*

**In
december 2012 my book, ****Quantum
dynamics for classical systems****,
has been published by Wiley Ed. This is the ****link**

**In
august 2015 my last book, ****Non-Selfadjoint
Operators in Quantum Physics: Mathematical Aspects****,
which I edited together with J.P. Gazeau, F. Szafraniek and M.
Znojil, has been published also by Wiley Ed. This is the ****link**

**In
may 2015, in Palermo, a conference on ****PT-quantum
mechanics and related topics****has
taken place. This is the ****link
****with
some information related to the Proceedings I edited together with R.
Passante and C. Trapani**

**In
november 2016 I have co-organized a conference on Coherent States in
Marseille. This is the link**

*These*
*are
the covers of my books**.
*

*Some of
my talks are found **here**.
**This*
*is a link to my Scirus
topic page on operator algebras and physical applications. **This*
*is the link to the movies
on migration and competition between species.*

*Here you
can download an interview by Fabio Calabrese to S.T. Ali and J.-P.
Gazeau, concerning the history of coherent states and their
applications to quantum mechanics: [**pt.1**][**pt.2**][**pt.3**]*

*If you
click **here**,
you go to the electronic library of the Math Dept., with its own
links to many journals (e.g. to the Caspur web site). *

*You can
go to some preprints web sites frome here [**Sissa**],
here [**Lanl**]
and here [**Mp_arc**].
*

*If you
are interested in books online, you can follow these links: [**Ams1**],
[**Ams2**],
[**Pavia**],
[**4**],
[**5**]
or [**6**].*

*This is
the Mathematical* *Physics*
*people*
*at the Università
di Palermo.*

*These
are the students currently preparing their thesis under my
supervision:*

*Daniele
Volpe (First degree student)*

*These
are
some of my former students: Fabio
Calabrese, Salvatore Restivo, Vito Paternò, Giovanni Cialdino,
Pietro Ferraro, Marco Cinà, Margherita Lattuca*

*This is
a link to a self-made **formulary*
*containing trivial and
less trivial formulas. Please, consider that mistakes always appear!!*