Carlo F. Barenghi

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Carlo F. Barenghi obtained a doctorate in theoretical physics at the University of Milan in Italy and a Ph.D. in experimental physics at the University of Oregon at Eugene, US. He is currently professor of applied mathematics at Newcastle University, in the United Kingdom. His main interest is vortices in quantum fluids (superfluid helium and Bose-Einstein condensates). He is also keen on vortices and turbulence in ordinary fluids, including astrophysical fluids. Carlo Barenghi is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and a Fellow of the Institute of Physics.


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