Miguel %C3%81ngel Virasoro (physicist)
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Miguel %C3%81ngel Virasoro Physicist

Miguel Ángel Virasoro (Spanish: [mi'?el 'a?xel vi?a'so?o]; born 1940 in Argentina) is an Argentine physicist who has done most of his work in Italy.

The Shapiro-Virasoro model,[1] the Virasoro algebra,[2] the Virasoro constraint, and the Virasoro minimal model are named after him.


Together with Giorgio Parisi and Marc Mézard Virasoro discovered the Ultrametric organization of low temperature spin glass states in infinite dimensions.

He was a director of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) from 1995 to 2002.

He taught physical-mathematical models for economy at Università di Roma "La Sapienza". He now teaches electromagnetism at "La Sapienza".



  1. ^ Virasoro, M. (1969). "Alternative constructions of crossing-symmetric amplitudes with Regge behavior." Physical Review, 177(5), 2309-2311.
  2. ^ M. A. Virasoro (1970). "Subsidiary conditions and ghosts in dual-resonance models". Physical Review D. 1 (10): 2933. Bibcode:1970PhRvD...1.2933V. doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.1.2933.


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