Giancarlo Sangalli short bio

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

His research focuses on numerical methods for partial differential equations. He has made contributions to the fields of multiscale numerical methods, domain decomposition, stabilized finite elements, and, currently, isogeometric analysis. His work in isogeometric analysis encompasses various aspects, including the well-posedness of the method, construction of unstructured spaces and compatible spaces (isogeometric differential forms), and the design of quadrature methods and efficient solvers.

He has coordinated national projects (FIRB, PRIN) and European projects (ERC). He has also engaged in collaborative research projects with industry partners.

He is the director of the Gruppo Nazionale per il Calcolo Scientifico at INdAM, he is member of the European Academy of Sciences and serves on the ECCOMAS Computational Applied Mathematics Committee.

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

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