Giancarlo Sangalli short bio

Giancarlo Sangalli (born 1973) is a full professor of Numerical Analysis at the University of Pavia, and research associate of CNR-IMATI "E. Magenes". He earned his Ph.D. in mathematics in 2002 from the University of Milan, under the supervision of Franco Brezzi.

Sangalli's research interests are in the field of numerical methods for partial differential equations. He has worked on multiscale numerical methods, domain decomposition methods, stabilized finite element methods, and, more recently, on isogeometric analysis (error analysis and well-posedness of the method, desing of unstructured isogeometric spaces, construction of isogeometric differential forms, quadrature and efficient solvers). On these topics, he has coordinated national (FIRB) and european (ERC) projects, as well as research projects in collaboration with industry.

Sangalli is member of the European Academy of Sciences, of the ECCOMAS Computational Applied Mathematics Committee, of the Scientific Committees of GNCS (Gruppo Nazionale per il Calcolo Scientifico) and of the Fondazione Alma Mater Ticinensis.

Sangalli has been plenary speaker at IGA2020, International Conference on Mathematical Methods for Curves and Surfaces 2016, GDSPM 2015, and semi-plenary speaker at FoCM 2017, FEF 2017, ECCOMAS Congress 2016.

Sangalli has been listed as a Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate-ISI.

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