Professors and researches cooperating with the Ph.D. Course in Mathematics and Computer Science


  • Valeria Ruggiero: numerical methods for large-scale systems, parallel computing, nonlinear optimization and related applications

PhD Board

  • Patrizia Berti (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): probability, stochastic processes.
  • Arrigo Bonisoli (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): finite geometry, discrete mathematics.
  • Teresa Borgato (Università di Ferrara)
  • Maria Rita Casali (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): geometric topology, PL manifolds, crystallization theory
  • Daniele Funaro (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): numerical techniques for the approximation of partial differential equations, models in electromagnetism.
  • Carlo Gagliardi (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): geometric topology, graph theoretic representations of PL manifolds.
  • Paltin Ionescu (Università di Ferrara): algebraic geometry.
  • Umberto Massari (Università di Ferrara): sminimal surfaces, variational calculus.
  • Massimiliano Mella (Università di Ferrara): uniruled varieties and birational geometry.
  • Claudia Menini (Università di Ferrara): Hopf algebras and their generalizations; braided structures; (co)representations of (co)monads.
  • Lorenzo Pareschi (Università di Ferrara): numerical methods for PDEs, kinetic equations.
  • Luigi Pepe (Università di Ferrara)
  • Sergio Polidoro (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): partial differential equations of elliptic and parabolic type, applications to mathematical finance.
  • Paola Bandieri (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): geometric topology, low dimensional manifolds, crystallization theory
  • Andrea Corli (Università di Ferrara): hyperbolic systems of conservation laws, nonlinear geometrical optics.
  • Vincenzo Coscia (Università di Ferrara): mathematical models of complex systems, biomechanics.
  • Carlo Filippi (Università of Brescia): operational research, network flow problems.
  • Alessandra Fiocca (Università di Ferrara)
  • Carla Fiori (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): algebraic and combinatorial structures.
  • Andra Gavioli (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): functional analysis, calculus of variations.
  • Cristina Patria (Università di Ferrara): exact solutions for non-Newtonian fluid motion, nonstationary Poiseuille motion.
  • Gloria Rinaldi (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): graph theory, discrete mathematics.
  • Gaetano Zanghirati (Università di Ferrara): nonlinear optimization, parallel computing, machine learning.
  • Cinzia Bisi (Università di Ferrara): complex geometry, holomorphic dynamics, hypercomplex analysis.
  • Chiara Boiti (Università di Ferrara): overdetermined systems, hyperbolic equations.
  • Silvia Bonettini (Università di Ferrara): numerical optimization, inverse problems.
  • Simona Bonvicini (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): graph theory, decompositions and factorizations.
  • Marko Bertogna (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): operating systems, real-time systems, analysis and design of scheduling algorithms, access protocols.
  • Alberto Calabri (Università di Ferrara): algebraic surfaces, degenerations, birational geometry.
  • Margherita Carletti (Università of Urbino): stochastic differential eqyuations, biomathematics.
  • Paola Cristofori (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): geometric topology, representation of PL manifolds by edge-colored graphs, 3-manifolds.
  • Giovanni Di Domenico (Università di Ferrara)
  • Emanuele Dolera (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): robability, bayesian statistics, applications to kinetic
    gas theory.
  • Damiano Foschi (Università di Ferrara): nonlinear wave equations, harmonic analysis.
  • Stefania Gatti (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): partial differntial equations, dynamical systems
  • Claudia Landi (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): geometrical and topological methods for shape comparison and related applications in computer vision.
  • Gianpaolo Leonardi (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): variational problems, geometric measure theory.
  • Michele Miranda (Università di Ferrara): cvariational calculus; developments of the geometric theory in metric spaces and relationships with semigroups theory.
  • Beatrice Ruini (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): graph decompositions, block-designs
  • Sebastiano Fabio Schifano (Università di Ferrara): architectures and programming for scientific computing.
  • Valentina Taddei (Università di Modena-Reggio Emilia): real analysis, ordinary differential equations.
  • Luca Tomassetti (Università di Ferrara): computing systems for high-energy Physics, grid computing, Monte Carlo simulations.


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