Giorgio Careri, Ph.D
|1944-2008||Physics||Sapienza University of Rome, Roma, Lazio, Italy|
Area:"Condensed matter" "Biophysics" "Superfluids"
Giorgio Careri was born Rome, July 16 1922 – passed away on Rome, Aug. 3, 2008. Graduated in Engineering in 1946 he worked as postdoc and researcher under the supervision of Edoardo Amaldi in the Physics Department of Rome. In 1949 he followed in Chicago University the courses in physics of Enrico Fermi and in chemical physics of Joseph Edward Mayer. In 1955 was named full professor in experimental physics at University of Rome. He collaborated with Lars Onsager and Herbert Fröhlich.
He gave key contributions in Biophysics.
See for example his important works:
Rupley, J. A., Siemankowski, L., Careri, G., & Bruni, F. (1988). Two-dimensional protonic percolation on lightly hydrated purple membrane. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 85(23), 9022-9025.
Rupley, J. A., Gratton, E., & Careri, G. (1983). Water and globular proteins. Trends in Biochemical Sciences, 8(1), 18-22.
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|Careri G, Consolini G. (2004) Comment on “Dielectric investigation of the temperature dependence of the dynamics of a hydrated protein” by F. Bruni and S. E. Pagnotta, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2004, 6, 1912 Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 6: 5083-5083|
|Careri G, Consolini G, Kutnjak Z, et al. (2001) 1/f noise and dynamical heterogeneity in glasses. Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics. 64: 052901|
|Careri G, Consolini G. (2000) Dielectric 1/f noise of proton glass on a hydrated protein surface. Physical Review. E, Statistical Physics, Plasmas, Fluids, and Related Interdisciplinary Topics. 62: 4454-6|
|Levstik A, Filipic C, Kutnjak Z, et al. (2000) Proton freezing in hydrated lysozyme powders Ferroelectrics. 240: 1555-1561|
|Levstik A, Filipic C, Kutnjak Z, et al. (1999) Proton glass freezing in hydrated lysozyme powders. Physical Review. E, Statistical Physics, Plasmas, Fluids, and Related Interdisciplinary Topics. 60: 7604-7|
|Careri G, Consolini G, Bruni F. (1999) Dielectric relaxation of a proton glass in hydrated protein powders Solid State Ionics. 125: 257-261|
|Careri G, Bruni F, Consolini G. (1994) Hopping and Dissipative Tunneling of Orientational Defects in Ice International Journal of Modern Physics B. 8: 839-846|
|Consolini G, Bruni F, Careri G. (1993) Dissipative Quantum Tunneling of Rotational Defects in Ice. The Pauling Potential Journal of Chemical Physics. 99: 4227-4228|
|Bruni F, Consolini G, Careri G. (1993) Temperature dependence of dielectric relaxation in H2O and D2O ice. A dissipative quantum tunneling approach Journal of Chemical Physics. 99: 538-547|
|Consolini G, Bruni F, Careri G. (1992) Dissipative Quantum Tunnelling of Orientational Defects in Polycrystalline Ice Epl. 19: 547-551|