Physicist (Ph.D.) and tutor
Marco Masi (born 1965) attended the German School of Milan, Italy. He graduated in physics at the University of Padua, and later obtained a Ph.D. in physics at the University of Trento. He worked as a postdoc in universities in Italy, France, and Germany, and as a school teacher for three years. After he had authored several scientific papers (see ResearchGate) his interests veered towards philosophical and metaphysical questions that led him to the vision of Sri Aurobindo. He also wrote a two-volume series on quantum physics entitled “Quantum Physics: An Overview of a Weird World”, which tries to close a gap between the too high-level university textbooks and a too low-level popular science approach. He is also interested in new forms of individual learning and a new concept of free progress education originated from his activity both as a tutor in several universities and as a high school teacher, but especially from his direct, lived experience of what education should not be. This led him to author a book on ”Free progress Education”. He loves walking in the woods, loves animals (and would never kill a cat to carry out Schrödinger's experiment).