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PROF. RUGGERO MARIA SANTILLI
PRIZES AND NOMINATIONS


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Prof. Santilli at the reception of the Gold Medal for Scientific Achievements
by the University of New Orleans on January 7, 1982, Orleans, France.


A view of the nomination dated June 9, 1990 by the Estonia Academy of Sciences of Prof. Santilli
among the most illustrious applied mathematicians of all times, jointly with historical names
such as Gauss, Cauchy, Hamilton, Lie, Jordan, von Neumann, and others.


Prof. Santilli at the reception of the prestigious Mediterranean Prize on January 22, 2009.
This prize has also been awarded to Hilary Clinton, Price Albert of Monaco , France President
Nicolas Sarkozy, Juan Carlos King of Spain, international architect Renzo Piano,
and other famous people.


Prof. Santilli at the reception of a Scientific Award granted by the Sons of Italy on June 6, 20010, Tampa Florida.


Prof. Santilli at the reception of the 2011 Nepal Scientific Prize,
January 7, 2011, Kathmandyu, Nepal.
Kathmandu, Nepal..


Prof. Santilli following the reception of the highest prize granted by the Republic of San Marino,
the gran Cross of the St. Agata Order
on September 8, 2011.


Prof. (with Mrs. Santilli) at the reception of the 2011 Fellowship of the
European Society of Computational Methods in Science and Engineering
on September 20, 2011, Alkidiki, Greece.


!0 stories high picture of Prof. Santilli in Times Square, New York,
at his ringing of the bell of the stock exchange Nasdaq on
October 18, 2012.


Prof. Santilli at the Club Med, Guadaloupe, febriary, 20010.


Prof. Santilli at the Club Med, Martinique, April, 2007.


Prof. Santilli preparing to drive his Ferrari 250 at the Sebring International Race
Track during a track event organized by the Ferrari club of America, April 2002.


Prof. Santilli in his office (which he calls "Battle Station") at the
Institute for Basic research in Florida, where he works with two computers
for an average ten hours a day, unless traveling, while standing up.

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January 6, 1982

GOLD MEDALS
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A view of the Gold Medal for Scientific Merits received by Prof. Santilli from the University of Orleans, France, on January 6, 1982, during the First International Conference on the Lie-Admissible Treatment of Non-Potential Interactions for his pioneering of the field. Prof. Santilli has also received other Gold Medals for Scientific Merits.

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June 9, 1990

NOMINAZION BY THE
ESTONIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES among the
MOST ILLUSTRIOUS APPLIED MATHEMATICIANS OF ALL TIMES




A view of the nomination dated June 9, 1990 by the Estonia Academy of Sciences of Prof. Santilli among the most illustrious applied mathematicians of all times, jointly with historical names such as Gauss, Cauchy, Hamilton, Lie, Jordan, von Neumann, and others. Note the absence in the list of Albert Einstein because he discovered no new mathematics. Note also that Prof. Santilli is the only scientist of Italian origin appearing in the list. Note finally that the nomination was for his initiation in 1967 of LIE-ADMISSIBLE ALGEBRAS in physics that are at the foundations of Hadronic Mechanics.The Italian newspaper Il Denaro noted on page 13 of its edition of January 22, 2009:

For comparison, several other mathematicians have discovered individual mathematical structures, for instance, Hamilton discovered the quaternions, Jordan discovered his algebras, and Lie discovered his theory, but no other mathematician in history discovered, as Prof. Santilli did, structural generalizations of the totality of mathematics in sequential series [isotopic, genotopic, hyperstructural and isodual].

For free pdf download of some of the numerous articles in Italian, please click below
Article 1
Article 2

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September 9, 1982

SANTILLI HALL AT THE
SCIENCE ART RESEARCH CENTER
IN AUSTRALIA





Pictures of the Santilli Hall named in 1992 at the Science Art Research Centre in Australia (pictures kindly sent by Prof. Robert Pope, President).

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On July 5, 1992, immediately following the fall of communism in Russia, Prof. Santilli travels to Moscow where he is received for a twenty minutes long private meeting with former President Mikhail Gorbachev to discuss the future of science in Russia.

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On January 22, 2002, during a Ferrari Meeting in West Palm Beach, Florida, Prof. Santilli meets Franco Lardi Ferrari, the son of Enzo Ferrari, to discuss the environmental problems caused by gasoline combustion and the new technologies needed for their resolution.

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On June 12, 2007, Prof. Santilli was invited by the Acting King to visit Kuwait on ground of his internationally known expertise on environmental problems. The visit and related formal talks received considerable attention, including a presentation in the ,i.Kuwait Times.

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January 22, 2009

PROF. SANTILLI RECEIVED THE
PRESTIGIOUS MEDITERRANEAN PRIZE
previously awarded to Hilary Clinton, Price Albert of Monaco , France President Nicolas Sarkozy,
King Juan Carlos King of Spain, Architect Renzo Piano, and other famous people.


The Gold Prize for Scientific Discoveries received by Prof. Santilli from the Foundation Mediterranean on January 22, 2009, in Naples, Italy. The gold bassorilievo depicts and carries the script of a Gladiatore Sannita, namely, a gladiator from the Italian region of Sannio in central Italy where Prof. Santilli was born.


OFFICIAL MOTIVATION
To Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli we hereby grant this 2009 Gold Price for his scientific discoveries and for advances in mathematics, physics and chemistry that have allowed the development of new technologies for the benefit of new sustainable environmental technologies.

The Prize Mediterraneo is one of the most prestigious European prizes. It is awarded every year for major contributions to science, medicine and social causes. Previous honorees have been Hilary Clinton, Price Albert of Monaco , France President Nicolas Sarkozy, Juan Carlos King of Spain, international architect Renzo Piano, and other famous people.

List of 2009 winners

Prof. Santilli's interview

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June 6, 2010,

PROF. SANTILLI IS HONORED
BY THE SONS OF ITALY IN AMERICA
for his lifetime of scientific contributions with particular reference to his discovery of the covering of special relativity known as Santilli Isorelativity, its recent confirmation via experimental measurements of deviations from the Doppler's law within physical media, and their cosmological implications.





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January 7, 2011
PROF. SANTILLI RECEIVED THE 2011 SCIENTIFIC PRIZE OF
KATHMANDU UNIVERSITY, NEPAL, DURING THE
Third International Conference on the Lie-Admissible
Treatment of Irreversible Processes

January 4 to 9, 2011, Kathmandu University, Nepal
http://www.ku.edu.np/iclatip/


A view of the Himalaya from Kathmandu University.


Some of the exotic temples near Kathmandu University.


The prize granted to Prof. Santilli during the conference sessions.


Prof. Santilli at the reception of the Nepal Scientific Prize on January 9, 2011, Kathmandu, Nepal.


The Silver Commemorative Place carrying the name of Prof. Santilli
and that of Kathmandu University.


Some of the participants of the 2011 Nepal Conference.

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September 6, 2011,

PROF. SANTILLI RECEIVED THE HIGHEST HONOR
GRANTED BY THE REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO, THE
GRAN CROSS OF THE ORDER OF ST. AGATA
during an official ceremony at the Palazzo Pubblico the honor being granted by His Excellency the Secretary of State, Dott. Augusto Casali, in representation of the Eccellentissimi Capitani Reggenti of the Republic, with the following motivation:

One century ago there was the surpassing of Galileo theories by Einstein relativities. Prof. Santilli pioneered decades ago the surpassing of Einstein theories via new mathematics, physics and experiments that are now at the forefront of science, on which he maintains the world leadership.

The Gran Cross was awarded during the San Marino Workshop on Astrophysics and Cosmology for Matter and Antimatter September 5 to 9, 2011, on which Prof. Santilli was the invited keynote speaker for both, matter and antimatter, as shown by the Schedule and the Summaries of Results available in the workshop website..


The Palazzo Pubblico of the Republic of San Marino


The nice pageantry of public announcements in San Marino.


The Grand Cross of St. Agata Order and the lapel decoration


The official decree of the Grand Council of the Republic of San Marino bestowing to
Prof. R. M. Santilli the Grand Cross of the St. Agata order


The awarding by His excellency, Dott. Augustoi Casali, Secretary of State.


Presenting the Motivation of the award.


A view of some of the participants of the
2011 San Marino Workshop.


Prof. Santilli while wearing the Grand Cross.

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September 21, 2011,

PROF. SANTILLI RECEIVES THE HIGHEST DISTINCTION OF HONORARY FELLOW OF
THE EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FOR
"His outstanding contribution in the field of Applied Mathematics."

The Award was granted during the formal dinner of the 2011 International Conference of the Society
CNAAM 2011, G-Hotels, Halkidiki, Greece, 19-25 September 2011
for which prof. Santilli had been an invited speaker to present his mathematics under the title

An introduction to the novel iso-, geno-, and hyper-mathematics for matter and their isoduals for antimatter.

During this talk, Prof. Santilli presented the new maths, physics and experiments dealing with the causal and invariant treatment of superluminal speeds as presented at the preceding 2011 San Marino Workshop. On September 23, 2011, two days after Prof. Santilli's invited talk, CERN announcement the detection of particles traveling faster then the speed of light in vacuum, which announcement created great interest in Prof. Santilli talk, including an interview by the Greek Television.


Prof. and Mrs. Santilli with the poister of the 2011 ESCMSE Conference.


Prof. Santilli during his invited talk, while presenting the first motivation for his nonlinear, nonlocal and nonhamiltonian isomathematics: the representation of electron valence bonds..


The official diploma of the ESCMSE Fellowship and related memento.


Prof. and Mrs. Santilli at the reception of the 2011 ESCMSE Fellowship.


A view of some of the participants to the 2011 ESCMSE Conference. memento.

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE
NOBEL PRIZES IN PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY


FOREWORD

To the Foundation's best knowledge, during the three decades following the inception of hadronic mechanics in 1978, Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli has received hundreds of nominations for the Nobel Prize in Physics based on various motivations, such as (see the section on Scientific Discoveries for details):

1) Conception and development of the Lie-isotopic and Lie-admissible branches of hadronic mechanics as an axiom-preserving covering of quantum mechanics for the consistent quantitative study of conditions simply not treatable by quantum mechanics;

2) The discovery of the Lie-isotopic and Lie-admissible coverings of Galilean and special relativities for the dynamics of extended particles and electromagnetic waves propagating within physical media, while admitting conventional relativities as a particular case when motion returns to be in vacuum;

3) The discovery of the only known consistent classical theory of antimatter via his isodual mathematics that is compatible at the operator level with charge conjugation, with far reaching implications, such as the first possibility in scientific records to ascertain whether a far away galaxy is composed of matter or of antimatter;

4) The discovery of the only known axiomatically consistent operator formulation of gravity via the use of his isomathematics permitting the preservation of the Einstein-Hilbert field equations, while avoiding curvature as a necessary condition for consistency, and embedding gravity in the generalized unit of relativistic hadronic mechanics;

5) The achievement of the only known axiomatically consistent grand unification of electroweak and gravitational interactions inclusive of antimatter thanks to a geometric unification of special and general relativity permitted by his iso- Minkowski geometry;

6) The achievement of the only known exact, numerical representation of all characteristics of neutrons in their synthesis from protons and electrons via the use of the covering hadronic mechanics, a synthesis simply beyond any representational capability of quantum mechanics, as well as the experimental verification of said neutron synthesis via a arc within a hydrogen gas;

7) The discovery of the novel intermediate controlled nuclear fusion and its experimental verification; that has recently seen large industrial investments;

and other discoiveries, each of which is evidently worth a Nobel Prize in Physics, particularly when compared to motivations of past and recent Nobel Prizes in the field.

All nominations were initially very confidential until recently. Due to known political shadows at the Nobel Foundation for granting Nobel prizes in physics to fully deserving recipients, yet on grounds of quark, neutrino and other hypothetical conjectures far from being truly verified on serious scientific grounds, with consequential predictable risk of scientific obscurantism, more recent nominations of Prof. Santilli have been intentionally made public, and available as free downloads from the web, so as to provide grounds for appraisals of the condition of contemporary physics by future historians.

Prof. Santilli has additionally received various nominations for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry beginning to our knowledge, in 1990, because of the following discoveries (see the section on Scientific Discoveries for details):

I) The only known quantitative formulation of chemical valence bond providing an actual force between identical valence electron pairs that is attractive, as well as permitting an exact representation of molecular binding energies and other molecular data;

II) The discovery of the first structurally new chemical species following the discovery of molecules in the mid of the 19-th century, today known as Santilli magnecules, whose bond is stable at atmospheric conditions, and originates from suitable electric and magnetic polarizations, rather than from valence bonds;

III) The discovery of a new species of "heavy hydrogen" composed of 99.8 % hydrogen, yet with a specific weight over six times that of conventional gaseous hydrogen, with very important environmental applications;

and other discoveries.

Due to the deplorable ethical condition of contemporary chemistry, essentially imposing theories via academic power without a serious inspections of their limitations and their broadenings, most of Prof. Santilli's nominations in chemistry have been mede public, again, to allow future historians an appraisal of contemporary chemistry, due to the potentially sinister implications for the resolution of the current alarming environmental problems.

Following the release of the web site in a preliminary and incomplete form, the Foundation has been approached by various nominees of Prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics, some of which have authorized the release of their nam, others have authorized the release of their nomination while keeping their name confidential, and these instructions have been religiously implemented ion the page.

Additional nominations of Prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics and Chemistry and Chemistry are expected. However, the Foundation shall generally abstain from their report in this page since the nominations on record are more than sufficiently diversified, motivated and documented to provide the desired grounds for study and comparison by future historians.Following the release of the web site in a preliminary and incomplete form, the Foundation has been approached by various nominees of Prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics, some of which have authorized the release of their name, others have authorized the release of their nomination while keeping their name confidential, and these instructions have been religiously implemented ion the page.

It should be indicated that Prof. Santilli attempted to inform the Nobel Foundation of the societal need for new basic advances in phjysics since the alarming environmental problems afflicting our planet can only be resolved by surpassing Einsteinian doctrines and quantum mechanics. The attempt was done in March 1998 via a very respectful open letter to Prof. Bengt Nagel, then Chairman of the Nobel Committee for Physics, letter available in the web site
Open Letter to Dr. BENGT NAGEL, Chairman, Nobel Committee for Physics
but Prof. Nagel never acknowledged that letter.

It should be indicated that Prof. Santilli felt obliged to write the above "open" letter because he "saw" Prof. Nagel at the Sanibel Symposium in St. Augustine, Florida, one month earlier and approached him by asking for the courtesy of discussing the axiom-preserving isotopies of quantum mechanics, but Prof. Nagel left without even acknowledging Prof. Santilli's respectful greetings, due to apparent fear of contamination by the very exposure to novelty.

The above regrettable episode and numerous others quite damaging to the reputation of the Nobel Foundation, explain the "open" character of some (but not all) recent nominations for the Nobel Prize in Physics and Chemistry when motivated by truly "novel" discoveries, that is, discoveries that, by definition, surpass Einsteinian doctrines and quantum mechanics.

Following the release of the web site in a preliminary and incomplete form, the Foundation has been approached by various nominees of Prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics, some of which have authorized the release of their name, others have authorized the release of their nomination while keeping their name confidential, and these instructions have been religiously implemented in this page.


SAMPLES OF NOMINATIONS FOR THE NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS

The first nomination of Prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics was filed in 1985 by Prof. A. O. E. Animalu as visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This nomination was subsequently followed by various nominations from around the world. The "International Committee for the Nobel Prize Nomination of Prof. R. M. Santilli" was organized in 1987 to coordinate the nominations under various chairman.


An early nomination by "Professor and Director" of a "Center for Theoretical Physics" in the official form of the Nobel Foundation who requested to remain anonymous.


TA nomination by a member of the "International Committee for the Nobel Prize Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli" who requested to remain anonymous.


Another early nomination from a "Professor of Theoretical Physics" who requested to remain anonymous.


Another nomination by a member of the "International Committee for the Nobel Prize Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli" who requested to remain anonymous.


A summary of nominations from 1985 to 1992 presented to the Nobel Committee for Physics by "International Committee for the Nobel Prize Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli".


Example of a nomination of Prof. Santilli for the 1998 Nobel Prize in Physics on the official form received by the nominee.

A detailed nomination of Prof. Santilli by a British scientist who wishes to remain anonymous
Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

A nomination of Prof. Santilli by a U. S. professor of physics who wishes to remain anonymous
Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

A 1992, comprehensive,, 100 pages long nomination of Prof. Santilli by A. Jannussis, Professor of Physics at the University of Patras, Greece
Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

A 1998 detailed nomination by a member of "International Committee for the Nobel Prize Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli" who wishes to remain anonymous
Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

A 1998 inspiring nomination by the American-German scientist H. E. Wilhelm
Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

A 2001 nomination by Prof. S. L. Kalla from the University of Kuwait, Kuwait
Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

An important 2003 nomination by a known physicist from a known institution in Zurich, Switzerland
Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2007 Nobel Prize in Physics

Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics

First Open Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics

Second Open Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics

Third Open Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics


SAMPLES OF NOMINATIONS FOR THE NOBEL PRIZE IN CHEMISTRY

Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2007 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry


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