Graduate Student Mathematical Modeling Camp

For the second year in a row, I have been a mentor at the Graduate Student Mathematical Modeling Camp. Here are the projects I presented and mentored at this workshop:

Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR)

  • Summer 2019: Co-mentored Joseph Geisz (M. Sc./B. Sc. in Applied Math, University of Colorado Boulder).

Lead the Future

Lead the Future is a non-profit volunteer-based community that aims at providing academic and professional mentorship to Italian students (either high-school, undergraduate or graduate students).

  • A. Y. 2021-2022: Alessia Cirelli (B. Sc. University of Pavia, Italy), Lucjano Muhametaj (M. Sc. Imperial College, London, UK), and Benedetta Zamboni (B. Sc. Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy).
  • A. Y. 2020-2021: Arianna Ceccarelli (M. Sc. Imperial College, London, UK), Francesca Bettinelli (B. Sc. Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy), and Francesco Brarda (M. Sc. University of Milan, Italy). Francesco Brarda got accepted into the PhD program in Mathematics at Emory University.
  • A. Y. 2019-2020: Giulia Mescolini (B. Sc. Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy), Maria Teresa Rotolo (B. Sc. University of Palermo, Italy), Maria Bevilacqua (B. Sc. University of Salerno, Italy), and Francesco Viganó (M. Sc. University of Milan, Italy and Université de Paris-Sud, France). Francesco Viganó got accepted into the London School of Geometry and Number Theory for his PhD (a joint program of the Imperial College, King’s College, and University College London).


I hold a PhD in Applied Math and I work mainly in scientific computing, seeking numerical solutions of partial differential equations that can arise in fluid dynamics, solid mechanics and other scenarios.