Appointed with Resolution of the University Council nr. 97 of 22/07/2016.
Professor Lugli conducts research on nanoelectronics and molecular electronics. After completing his studies in physics at the University of Modena (Italy) in 1979, Professor Lugli moved to Colorado State University in Fort Collins (USA) where he received a Master of Science in 1982 and a PhD in 1985, both in electrical engineering. In 1985 he started working as an assistant in the Physics Department of the University of Modena (Italy). From 1988 to 1993 he was an associate professor of solid state physics in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Rome II (University of Rome Tor Vergata) where he was appointed professor in 1993. From 2002 until 2016 Professor Lugli has held the Chair of Nanoelectronics at the Technische Universität München. He's the author of more than 350 scientific papers and since 2011 he's been a member of the Deutsche Akademie der Technikwissenschaften (AcaTech) and a fellow of IEEE.
The Rector is nominated by the University Council and carries out, amongst others, the following functions:
Vice-Rectors are permanent professors nominated by the Rector with the purpose of substituting him in case of impediment or absence.
Appointed with Resolution of the University Council nr. 1 of 27/01/2017.
Stefania Baroncelli is full professor of Public Law and President of the Ethics Committee of the Free University of Bolzano. She is the coordinator of the Euregio Master in European Public Administration. She graduated in Law at the University of Florence and received her PhD in European and Comparative Law from the European University Institute. She also holds an LL.M. from the New York University School of Law. Author of numerous scientific publications of international importance, she has been responsible for numerous research projects (such as PRIN, Jean Monnet, and projects funded by the DAAD, the European Commission and the Autonomous Province of Bolzano). Stefania Baroncelli is a specialist in public and European Union law. She deals with public institutions and rights, public law of the economy (monetary and economic union), special autonomy and linguistic rights, European studies and Education.
Appointed with special decree of the President no. 27 of 01/10/2018 and ratified with Resolution of the University Council no. 137 of 09/11/2018.
Johann Gamper is full professor at the Faculty of Computer Science, where he was Vice-Dean for Studies from 2015-2018. He received a MSc degree in Computer Science from the TU Vienna (1989) and a PhD degree in Computer Science from the RWTH Aachen (1996). His main research interests are in data intensive systems with a focus on database technologies for processing and analysing huge amounts of data, with a particular emphasis on time-referenced and time series data. Many of his research activities are embedded in projects with local and international partners from different sectors, including agriculture, medicine, public administration and tourism. Johann Gamper is author of 120+ publications in international journals and conference proceedings. He is member of ACM and IEEE.