

BARDI MARTINO
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Curriculum Vitae
Martino BARDI was born in 1956 in Trieste, got married in 1995, and adopted a son and a daughter in Brazil in 2007.
Education.  "Laurea" in Mathematics cum laude at the University of Padova in 1979, thesis published on J. Math. Biol.  C.N.R. scholarship at the University of Padova 198182.  Visiting research assistant at the University of Maryland 19834, supervisor L.C. Evans. Employement.  Researcher at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Padova, 1984  87.  Associate professor at the Faculty of Engineering in Padova, 1988  90.  Full professor of Mathematical Analysis at the Faculty of Engineering in Padova, 1990  2011,  Full professor at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Padova, 2012  now. Visiting positions at CeReMaDe, Univ. ParisDauphine; IMA, Minneapolis; Ecole Normale Sup., Paris; Institut MittagLeffler, Stockholm, Univ. Rouen. Scientific interests. Nonlinear PDE and applications: viscosity solutions of HamiltonJacobi equations; optimal control and differential games (deterministic and stochastic); fully nonlinear elliptic and parabolic equations (subelliptic problems, singular perturbations, homogenization), applications to financial models with stochastic volatility; MeanField Games. Publications. About 50 papers on international journals and 20 on refereed volumes with several collaborators such as L.C. Evans, B. Perthame, S. Osher, H. Ishii, R. Jensen, Y. Giga. Coauthor of the monographs  Bardi, M.; Crandall, M.G.; Evans, L.C.; Soner, H.M.; Souganidis, P.E.: Viscosity solutions and applications. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 1660. SpringerVerlag, Berlin, 1997;  Bardi, M.; CapuzzoDolcetta, I.: Optimal control and viscosity solutions of HamiltonJacobiBellman equations. Birkhauser, Boston, 1997. 2nd printing: Modern Birkhauser Classics, 2008; and editor of a volume of the Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games. The complete list of papers is at http://www.math.unipd.it/~bardi/cv_and_publications/pubBardi_eng.pdf MathSciNet counts 1332 citations by 788 authors. Invited talks at international conferences: more than 50 plenary and 15 minisymposium talks. Principal Investigator of research projects:  Progetto di Eccellenza Fondazione Ca.Ri.Pa.Ro. “Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations: model, analysis and controltheoretic problems” 20102014.  P.I. of local research units of the European research projects T.M.R. Network "Viscosity solutions and applications" 19992003 (P.I.: P.L. Lions), and E.S.F. Programme "Optimization with PDE Constraints" 20082013.  National research projects I.N.D.A.M.G.N.A.M.P.A. 2001, 2002, 2006, 2010.  P.I. of local research units in 17 national research projects from 1989 until 2013. Training of young researchers.  Supervisor of 9 Ph. D. students, among whom P. Soravia (1992, now prof. at Univ. Padova), F. Da Lio (1998, now titular prof. at ETH, Zurich), P. Bettiol (2002, now prof. at Univ. Brest).  Advisor of 8 postdocs, among whom O. Ley (2000, now prof. at Univ. Rennes) and L. Rifford (2000, now prof. at Univ. Nice). Scientific Committees:  International Society of Dynamic Games: Vice president 200608, member of the Executive Board 200408;  Italian Mathematical Union, U.M.I.: member of the Scientific Committee 200612. Current Editorial Boards: Comm. Pure Applied Anal., Numer. Funct. Anal. Optim., Dyn. Games Appl., Abstract Appl. Anal., Minimax Theory Appl., Math. Problems Eng. Padova, May 28, 2015 Curriculum del docente in PDF: 4CD01FE879D3B68731263F1868A0DD82.pdf Insegnamenti dell'AA 2017/18


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