Martino Bardi was born in 1956 in Trieste, Italy, and got the Laurea in mathematics in Padova in 1979. He was a CNR Fellow, a Researcher at the University of Padova, a Visiting Researcher at the Universities of Maryland (1983-1984) and Paris-Dauphine (1987-1988), an Associate Professor of mathematical analysis at the Faculty of Engineering in Padova in 1988, and a Full Professor since 1990. His scientific work is about nonlinear partial differential equations, in particular Hamilton-Jacobi and degenerate elliptic-parabolic equations related to optimal deterministic and stochastic control and differential games, singular perturbations, and multiscale homogenization, in the framework of viscosity solutions. He authored a monograph (with I. Capuzzo-Dolcetta), about 55 research papers on international journals or books, and was an Editor of a volume of the Annals of the International Society of Dynamic Games. He was the advisor of several young researchers, among which P. Soravia, F. Da Lio, F. Bagagiolo, P. Goatin, A. Cesaroni, C. Marchi, and P. Bettiol. He was an invited speakers at workshops of the Newton Institute in Cambridge, the Institut Mittag-Leffler in Stockholm, the European Space Agency in Noordwijk, and the P.I.M.S. in Vancouver, and he was a Plenary Speaker at the GAMM Conference 2003 and the 13th International Symposium on Differential Games and Applications in 2008. Bardi is on the Editorial Boards of Communications on Pure and Applied Analysis, Numerical Functional Analysis and Optimization, Bollettino dell' Unione Matematica Italiana, and Dynamic Games and Applications. Since 2006, he has been a Member of the Scientific Committee of the Unione Matematica Italiana.
Biography Updated on 5 January 2012