Anna Verde holds a degree in mathematics (cum laude), 1995, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy, and a Ph.D. degree in mathematics, 2000, Naples, Italy. She works as a Permanent Research Associate (Ricercatore) at the same university since June 2000. Her research fields include calculus of variations: lower semicontinuity of integral functionals depending on vector-valued functions, regularity of minimizers of integral functionals depending on vector-valued functions; elliptic and parabolic partial differential equations: existence and regularity of solutions. Other activities include being collaborator for the ERC Advanced Grant: Analytic techniques for geometric and functional inequalities, principal investigator: Professor Nicola Fusco. She served as a referee for some international reviews and gave talks for national and international conferences and seminars in Italian and foreign universities. Verde has long-term collaborations with the following non-Italian mathematicians: T. Iwaniec (Syracuse University), L. Diening (Mathematisches Institut der Universität München), M. Foss (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Mathematics), and D. Breit (Mathematisches Institut der Universität München).
Biography Updated on 31 January 2013