Gianluigi Rozza is Full Professor in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing (SSD MAT/08, A1/05) at SISSA mathLab, Mathematics Area, SISSA – International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste, Italy.
Coordinator of PhD programme in “Mathematical Analysis, Modelling and Applications” at SISSA.
SISSA Director’s Delegate for Valorisation of Knowledge, Innovation, Technology Transfer and Industrial Cooperation.
- Group activities in a glance
- Computational science and engineering for Naval/Nautical applications
- Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing
- Reduced Order Modelling and Methods
- Efficient Reduced-Basis Methods for parametrized PDEs and a posteriori error estimation
- Computational Fluid Dynamics: Aero-Naval-Mechanical Engineering, Blood Flows (Haemodynamics), Environmental Fluid Dynamics
- Open source software in computational science and engineering
- SISSA mathlab projects
- Structure, Regularity, and Robustness in the Approximation of Partial Differential Equations , Milano (Italy), 10 February, 2020
- Algorithms for Dimension and Complexity Reduction, Providence, RI (USA), 23-27 March, 2020
- Mathematics of Reduced Order Models, Providence, RI (USA), 17-21 February, 2020
- Reduced-order models at work: Industry and Medicine, Bordeaux (France), March 18-20, 2020
- STRUCTAPP2020, DISIM – University of L’Aquila (L’Aquila, Italy), January 23-24, 2020
- S. Ali, F. Ballarin, and G. Rozza, “Stabilized reduced basis methods for parametrized steady Stokes and Navier-Stokes equations“, 2020.
- N. V. Shah, M. Hess, and G. Rozza, “Reduced order methods for parametrized non-linear and time dependent optimal flow control problems, towards applications in biomedical and environmental sciences“, 2019.
- M. Strazzullo, Z. Zainib, F. Ballarin, and G. Rozza, “Reduced order methods for parametrized non-linear and time dependent optimal flow control problems, towards applications in biomedical and environmental sciences“, 2019.
- Spring 2020 – Topics in computational fluid dynamics (SISSA PhD program in Mathematical Analysis, Modelling and Applications)
- Spring 2020 – Reduced Order Methods for Computational Mechanics (SISSA PhD program in Mathematical Analysis, Modelling and Applications; SISSA-ICTP MHPC master)
- Fall 2019 – Applied Mathematics: numerical analysis and scientific computing (SISSA, PhD program in Mathematical Analysis, Modelling and Application)