University of Pisa

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The University of Pisa (Università di Pisa, UniPi) is an Italian public research university located in Pisa, Italy.wikipedia
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The University of Pisa (Università di Pisa, UniPi) is an Italian public research university located in Pisa, Italy.
The city is also home of the University of Pisa, which has a history going back to the 12th century and also has the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, founded by Napoleon in 1810, and its offshoot, the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, as the best-sanctioned Superior Graduate Schools in Italy.

Pisa University System

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The University of Pisa is part of the Pisa University System, which includes the Scuola Normale Superiore and the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies.
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It is the 19th oldest extant university in the world and the 10th oldest in Italy.

Orto botanico di Pisa

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It houses the Orto botanico di Pisa, Europe's oldest academic botanical garden, which was founded in 1544.
The Orto botanico di Pisa, also known as the Orto Botanico dell'Università di Pisa, is a botanical garden operated by the University of Pisa, and located at via Luca Ghini 5, Pisa, Italy.

Galileo Galilei

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Galileo Galilei, who was born and studied in Pisa, became professor of mathematics at the Pisan Studium in 1589.
Although Galileo seriously considered the priesthood as a young man, at his father's urging he instead enrolled in 1580 at the University of Pisa for a medical degree.

Gabriele Falloppio

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Gabriele Falloppio and Marcello Malpighi lectured in anatomy and medicine.
He was called the next year to the University of Pisa, then the most important university in Italy.

Andrea Cesalpino

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He was succeeded by Andrea Cesalpino, who pioneered the first scientific methodology for the classification of plants, and is considered a forerunner in the discovery of blood circulation.
For his studies at the University of Pisa his instructor in medicine was R. Colombo (d.

Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa

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The University of Pisa is part of the Pisa University System, which includes the Scuola Normale Superiore and the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies.
Equipped with a new Statute, the Scuola became an independent higher education institution, albeit still connected to the University of Pisa, and acquired legal status and administrative, educational and disciplinary autonomy.

Antonio Pacinotti

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Between the second half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century, lecturers who taught at Pisa included the lawyers Francesco Carrara and Francesco Buonamici; philologists Domenico Comparetti and Giovanni D'Ancona; historians Pasquale Villari, Gioacchino Volpe and Luigi Russo; philosopher Giovanni Gentile; economist Giuseppe Toniolo and mathematicians Ulisse Dini and Antonio Pacinotti.
Antonio Pacinotti (17 June 1841 – 24 March 1912) was an Italian physicist, who was Professor of Physics at the University of Pisa.

Giovanni Gentile

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Between the second half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century, lecturers who taught at Pisa included the lawyers Francesco Carrara and Francesco Buonamici; philologists Domenico Comparetti and Giovanni D'Ancona; historians Pasquale Villari, Gioacchino Volpe and Luigi Russo; philosopher Giovanni Gentile; economist Giuseppe Toniolo and mathematicians Ulisse Dini and Antonio Pacinotti.

Partnership of a European Group of Aeronautics and Space Universities

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In the fields of philology and cultural studies, the University of Pisa is a leading member of ICoN, an inter-university consortium of 21 Italian universities supported by the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, as well as a member of the European University Association, the Partnership of a European Group of Aeronautics and Space Universities network and the Cineca consortium.

Gioacchino Volpe

Between the second half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century, lecturers who taught at Pisa included the lawyers Francesco Carrara and Francesco Buonamici; philologists Domenico Comparetti and Giovanni D'Ancona; historians Pasquale Villari, Gioacchino Volpe and Luigi Russo; philosopher Giovanni Gentile; economist Giuseppe Toniolo and mathematicians Ulisse Dini and Antonio Pacinotti.
Born in Paganica, Volpe graduated in Letters at the University of Pisa, and in 1906 he became professor of modern history at the.

Marcello Malpighi

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Gabriele Falloppio and Marcello Malpighi lectured in anatomy and medicine.
In 1656, Ferdinand II of Tuscany invited him to the professorship of theoretical medicine at the University of Pisa.

Ulisse Dini

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Between the second half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century, lecturers who taught at Pisa included the lawyers Francesco Carrara and Francesco Buonamici; philologists Domenico Comparetti and Giovanni D'Ancona; historians Pasquale Villari, Gioacchino Volpe and Luigi Russo; philosopher Giovanni Gentile; economist Giuseppe Toniolo and mathematicians Ulisse Dini and Antonio Pacinotti.
In 1866, he was appointed to the University of Pisa, where he taught algebra and geodesy.

Giuseppe Toniolo

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Between the second half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century, lecturers who taught at Pisa included the lawyers Francesco Carrara and Francesco Buonamici; philologists Domenico Comparetti and Giovanni D'Ancona; historians Pasquale Villari, Gioacchino Volpe and Luigi Russo; philosopher Giovanni Gentile; economist Giuseppe Toniolo and mathematicians Ulisse Dini and Antonio Pacinotti.
Toniolo was named as a professor at the Pisa college in 1883 and held the chair of political economics there until his death in 1918.

Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies

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The University of Pisa is part of the Pisa University System, which includes the Scuola Normale Superiore and the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies.
Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa and the University of Pisa create the Pisa University System.

Giacomo Acerbo

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He was born to an old family of the local nobility of Loreto Aprutino (province of Pescara), and was educated in Pisa, graduating in agricultural sciences from the University of Pisa in 1912.

Giuliano Amato

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He received a first degree in law from the University of Pisa in 1960, while attending the prestigious Collegio Medico-Giuridico of the Scuola Normale Superiore, which today is Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, and a master's degree in comparative law from Columbia Law School in 1963.

Carlo Azeglio Ciampi

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That same year, he obtained a B.A. in law from the University of Pisa and began working at the Banca d'Italia.

Enrico Letta

Prime Minister of Italy
Enrico Letta was born in Pisa, Tuscany, to Giorgio Letta, an Abruzzo-born professor of mathematics who teaches probability theory at the University of Pisa (member of the Accademia dei Lincei and of the Accademia nazionale delle scienze), and Anna Banchi, born in Sassari and raised in Porto Torres of Tuscan origins.

Carlo Sforza

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After graduating in law from the University of Pisa, Sforza entered the diplomatic service in 1896.

Francesco Barberini (1597–1679)

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He was born in Florence to Carlo Barberini and Costanza Magalotti, and studied at the University of Pisa where he was assisted by family friend Galileo Galilei, graduating in canon and civil law in 1623.

Elio Toaff

Chief Rabbi of Rome
one of four children, the others being Cesare, Renzo and Pia, He then undertook, under his father's guidance, his early religious formation at Livorno's Rabbinical College, while attending the University of Pisa where he studied law.