YAMC 2023 Siena
13th of September
I took part, this time as a participant and not as an organiser, in the third Conference of Young Applied Mathematicians in Siena organized by PhD students and postdocs from the University of Pavia, University of Siena, IDSIA. You can find the slides I’ve presented here.
21st of August
I attended the 10th International Congress on
Industrial and Applied Mathematics in Tokyo. I was invited by Professor Giovanni Russo and Professor Sebastiano Boscarino to speak at the mini-symposium they organised, titled “Advances in numerical methods for evolutionary PDEs and applications”. In particular, I presented an asymptotic preserving scheme for the ExB drift applied to particles in cell simulation in the presence of a strong magnetic field. You can find my slides here.
Numerical Analysis in the 21st Century
14th of August
I was so lucky to meet Nick Trefethen at the beginning of my DPhil. His work had a profound impact on my understanding of applied maths. I was honoured to speak at his retirement conference. I presented my recent work on the lighting virtual element method which reduces the virtual element method to a rational finite element method using Trefethen’s lightning Laplace solver. You can find my slides here, and the pre-print associated with this talk can be found here.
4th NGSolve User Meeting
9th of July
I presented ngsPETSc interface between NGSolve and PETSc, which is now a package in the NGSolve project. You can find the slides for my talk here and the tutorial I presented in the ngsPETSc documentation.
Oxford Numerical Analysis Internal Seminar
2nd of May
I had the incredible chance to present my work at the internal seminar of the numerical analysis group of the University of Oxford. I presented my work on a kinetic derivation of a model for nematic rarefied gases and the numerical challenges related to the simulation of this model. You can find my slides here.
European Finite Element Fair
12th of May
I attended the European Finite Element Fair in Twente this year. It was an incredible chance to meet some old friends from my time in Twente and in Vienna. It was an event filled with incredibly interesting talks and with a very exciting format. I gave a brief talk about my work with Fleurianne Bertrand and Daniele Boffi (both of them organisers of the EFEF) on divergence-free discretisations of the Stokes eigenvalue problem. You can find the slides of my talk here.
SIAM UKIE Annual Meeting
21st of April
I was so lucky to have been randomly selected as one of the student speakers at the SIAM UKIE Annual Meeting at Trinity College in Dublin. I gave a brief overview of joint work with Fleurianne Bertrand and Daniele Boffi on divergence-free discretisations of the Stokes eigenvalue problem. You can find the slides I’ve presented here
PRISM Coding Hackathon
19th of April
I was so lucky to be invited to speak at the 2023 PRISM Coding Hackathon. I gave a talk on joint work with Fleurianne Bertrand and Daniele Boffi on divergence-free discretisations of the Stokes eigenvalue problem, and its connection to the Boffi-Brezzi-Gastaldi stability. A key component of the talk was reframing some well-known results in terms of FEEC. You can find the slides I’ve presented here.
Research Seminar University of Catania
16th of March
During my research visit to the University of Catania with Professor Giovanni Russo, I presented my work on a nematic theory for rarefied non-spherical gas at the local research seminar in Aula Angelo Marcello Anile. You can find the slides I presented here.
Finite Element Reading Group Oxford
21st of February
As part of my DPhil at Oxford University, I get to attend and present at the Oxford Finite Element reading group. I presented a paper by L. Beirao Da Veiga, F. Brezzi, A. Cangiani, G. Manzini, L. D. Marini and A. Russo on the basics principles of the Virtual Element methods (VEM). You can find the paper here.
4th – 6th of January
26th – 29th of July
MathMOD is a lovely conference in Vienna on topics related to mathematical modelling. In particular during this conference I presented some work I did on the topic of Physically Informed Neural Network. More detail on the conference, can be found here. Here you can also find the slides I presented during the conference.
Finite Element Reading Group Oxford
25th of October
As part of my DPhil at Oxford University, I get to attend and present at the Oxford Finite Element reading group. I presented a paper by Boffi, Brezzi and Gastaldi on the convergence of eigenvalue problems written in mixed form. The original paper can be found here. The slides of my presentation at the reading group can be found here.