Affiliation, CV and Tasks

Gianluigi Rozza

Current position:

2014 – present
Associate Professor with Tenure in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing (MAT/08, 01/A5) at SISSA mathLab, Mathematics Area, SISSA – International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste, Italy.
Lecturer in the PhD program in Mathematical Analysis, Modelling and Applications (SISSA), Master in High Performance Computing (SISSA-ICTP), Master in Mathematics (University of Trieste).

 

Other duties:

-SISSA Director’s Delegate for Valorisation of Knowledge, Innovation, Technology Transfer and Industrial Cooperation (2016-)

-SISSA Direction: member of the Web Commission (2014-), member of the High Performance Computing Advisory Board (2014-), member of the Open Access Committee of SISSA Library (2016-). Delegate of SISSA director in the Scientific Committee of ARPA-FVG (Friuli Venezia Giulia regional agency for environment protection).

-Faculty Advisor of the SISSA SIAM Student Chapter, September 2015-

CVS Computing and Visualization in Science, Associate Editor, Responsible of Model Reduction Issues, 2016- 

SIAM SINUM, Journal on Numerical Analysis, Associate Editor,  2016-

SIAM/ASA JUQ, Journal of Uncertainty Quantification, Associate Editor, 2013-

MoRePaS chairman, 2015- (past chairmen: Prof. Mario Ohlberger (2009-2012), Prof. Karsten Urban (2012-2015))  [more info] 

COST EU-MORNET, Cooperation in Science and Technology, European Union Model Reduction NetworkManagement Committee Member for Italy and Chairman of WG1, 2014-

PI of ERC AROMA-CFD 2016-2021

Previous positions:

2012 – 2014
SISSA Research Excellence Grant for independent research NOFYSAS (New Opportunities For Young Scientists at SISSA: “Computational and geometrical reduction strategies for the simulation, control and optimization of complex systems”). SISSA mathLab, Mathematics Area, SISSA – International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste, Italy. Lecturer in the PhD program in Mathematical Analysis, Modelling and Applications.
2008 – 2012
Researcher and Lecturer (and external scientific collaborator 2012- 2015). Chair of Modelling and Scientific Computing, EPFL – École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland. Lecturer in the Doctoral School of Mathematics and Mechanics and at Section of Mathematics.
2006 – 2008
Post Doctoral Associate Researcher (and Research Affiliate 2008 – 2014). MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston MA, USA, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Center for Computational Engineering, Prof. A.T. Patera.
2002 – 2006
Research Assistant. Chair of Modelling and Scientific Computing, EPFL – École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland, Prof. A. Quarteroni.

Education:

2005
PhD in Applied Mathematics. Chair of Modelling and Scientific Computing, EPFL – École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland (avec mention) [Phd Thesis].
2002
Master of Science (Laurea Magistrale) in Aerospace Engineering, Aerodynamics at Politecnico di Milano, Italy, cum laude [Master Thesis].

 

Awards:

The 2004 Bill Morton CFD Prize Winner. Institute of Computational Fluid Dynamics, University of Oxford (UK).

ECCOMAS Ph.D Award 2005. European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences Award for the best Ph.D thesis in Computational Science and Engineering of 2005.

Springer Computational Science and Engineering Prize 2009 with Cuong Nguyen and Phuong Huynh; Pics [1] [2].

-Riconoscenza Civica (Civic Award) by Citta’ di S. Angelo Lodigiano (January 2005, [link]) and Dardo D’Oro (Civic Medal) by Comune di Castiraga Vidardo (October 2010, [1] [2] [3]).

-July 2014, ECCOMAS Jacques Louis Lions Award in Computational Mathematics for researchers under 40 years old. SISSA announcement and ECCOMAS links. Award ceremony at WCCM 11, ECCM V, ECFD VI in Barcelona, Spain on July 21, 2014. Ceremony video, J.L.Lions Lecture video.

-ERC CoG 2015, European Research Council Consolidator Grant for Project AROMA-CFD, Advanced Reduced Order Methods with Applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics.

CV:

(updated!) [Detailed CV, .pdf] [Short CV, .pdf]

 

 

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