(Short) Curriculum Vitae
10/2018 - 12/2021. Ph.D in Mathematics, INRIA Bordeaux Sud-Ouest and University of Bordeaux, France;
Team: MEMPHIS led by Prof. Angelo Iollo;
Thesis: ADER scheme on moving overset grids with a compact transmission condition and hyper-reduction: application to incompressible Navier-Stokes equations;
Supervisors: Dr. Michel Bergmann & Prof. Angelo Iollo;
Commitee: Dr. Michel Bergmann, INRIA BSO and Univ. Bordeaux, France; Prof.-Eng. Michael Dumbser (reviwer), Univ. Trento, Italy; Prof. Alexandre Ern (reviwer), Univ. Paris Est, Univ. Ponts ParisTech, INRIA Paris and E. Polytechnique, France; Prof. Angelo Iollo, Univ. Bordeaux and INRIA BSO, France; Dr. Haysam Telib (invited), CEO Optimad Engineering srl, Turin, Italy; Dr. Marie-Hélène Vignal (examiner), Univ. Tolouse 3, France.
Final Mark: Doctor in Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing.
10/2014 - 07/2017. Master of Science in Mathematical Engineering, Polytechnical University of Milan, Department of Mathematics, Italy.
Thesis: Model reduction by proper generalized decomposition in electrocardiology;
Supervisors: Prof. Simona Perotto, Poly. Univ. Milan, Italy; Prof. Alessandro Veneziani, Emory Univ., Atlanta (GA), USA; Prof. Umberto Morbiducci, Poly. Univ. Turin, Italy.
Final Mark: 110/110.
09/2011 - 09/2014. Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Engineering, Polytechnical University of Milan, Italy.
Thesis: Rayleigh's waves in two different continuous saolids;
Supervisor: Prof. Davide Carlo Ambrosi, Poly. Univ. Milan, Italy;
Final Mark: 105/110.
Career and awards
01/2023. Qualification à Maître de conférences, section 26 (Mathématiques appliquées et applications des mathématiques), Qualified to become associate professor for section 26 (applied mathematics) in France.
08/2022. Winner of Grant for young researchers, Essentially hyperbolic problems: unconventional numerics, and applications (a conference in honor of Rémi Abgrall's 61st birthday, Monte Veritá, Switzerland. (Economic Value: 2000 euros).
08/2022. Winner of Grant for young researchers, 10th International conference on numerical methods for multi-material fluid flow (MultiMat 2022), Zurich, Switzerland. (Economic Value: 1000 euros).
11/2017. Double Degree in Mathematical Engineering, Polytechnical University of Turin, Italy. (Note: Degree recognised and awarded for academic merit as a student of Alta Scuola Politecnica. Final mark: 110/110).
2016. Winner of "Tesi all'estero" (thesis abroad) scholarship, Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy. (Economic value: 2500 euros).
11/2014. Student of the 11th class of Alta Scuola Politecnica (ASP);
Note: ASP promotes a path reserved for the best 150 talented students between Polytecnic Universities of Milan and Turin willing to broaden the horizon of their disciplinary training and motivated to intagrate it with additional transverse elements. Student are initiated to a path of advanced interdisciplinary training to understand the complex relationship between science, innovation, technology and socio-economic systems.
Final project: International Synergies for wiser resources use in university campuses;
Supervisors: Prof. Stefano Paolo Corgnati (Poly. Univ. Turin); Prof. Patrizia Lombardi (Poly. Univ. Turin); Dr. Simona D'Oca (Poly. Univ. Turin); Prof. Minna Sunikka-Blank (Univ. Cambridge).
2022. Course: "Computational fluid dynamics: Galerkin discretization methods for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations", University of Verona, Italy. (12 hours, as lecturer, for students of Master's degree in Mathematics).
From 2023. Reviwer for Advances in Continuous and Discrete Models: Theory and Applications, 1 article.
From 2022. Reviwer for Journal of Computational Physics, 1 article.
From 2022. Reviwer for Applied Numerical Mathematics, 1 article.
From 2022. Reviwer for Applied Mathematics and Computation, 1 article.
2019. Co-Supervisor for MsC thesis in Mathematical Engineering of Elisa Ghiringhelli;
Thesis: Proper generalized decomposition applied to selective lase melting processing;
Supervisors: Prof. Simona Perotto (Poly. Univ. Milan, Italy); M. G. Carlino; Prof.-Eng. Stefan Kollmannsberg (TUM Munich).