Short Curriculum Vitae

A complete CV is available here in English (last update 10/2019) and here in French (last update 01/2019).

Education

2014-2017: PhD in Mathematics
University of Trento and Verona, Italy

Thesis: "Well balanced Arbitrary-Lagrangian-Eulerian Finite Volume schemes on moving nonconforming meshes for non-conservative hyperbolic systems."

Doctor Europaeus cum Laude

2012-2014: Master's Degree in Mathematics
University of Verona

Thesis: "Domain decomposition methods and high order edge finite elements in applied computational electromagnetism."

110/110 cum Laude

2009-2012: Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics
University of Verona

Thesis: "Minimal surfaces: main properties and representation formulas."

110/110 cum Laude

Professional experiences and education abroad

10-11/2019: Invited Researcher at the University of Malaga, Spain
Collaborators: M.J. Castro, C. Pares

04-05/2018: Invited Researcher at the University of Wuerzburg, Germany
Collaborators: C. Klingenberg, V. Springel, M. Dumbser, W. Boscheri

06-11/2017: Marie Curie MSCA ITN-ESR Fellowship
University of Malaga, Spain

Project: Application of modern well balanced techniques to non-conservative hyperbolic system for physical flow.
Project ModCompShock, financed by Programme Horizon 2020 of the European Union, convention GA n.642768 H2020-MSCA-ITN-2014-ETN.

01-04/2018: Invited Researcher at Laboratoire LJLL, UPMC, Paris VI, France
Collaborators: B. Després, S. Del Pino

04-05/2016: Invited Researcher at the University of Malaga, Spain
Supervisors: M. Castro, C. Parés

04-07/2014: Internship at Laboratoire J.A Dieudonné, Université de Nice - Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France
Project: Validation and further developments in Matlab and FreeFem++ of existing high-order approximation methods for time-harmonic Maxwell's equations. Edge elements and domain decomposition strategies
Supervisors: V. Dolean, F. Rapetti

2013-2014: Erasmus: master 2 in Mathematics for Modelling
UPMC, Paris VI and CMAP - Ecole Polythecnique, Paris, France