Antonio Di Crescenzo

Università degli Studi di Salerno, Italy 0000-0003-4751-7341

Antonio Di Crescenzo was born in Salerno on December 20, 1965. He got the Degree in Computer Science (University of Salerno, 1988) and the Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (1996). He is an associate professor of Probability and Mathematical Statistics in the Department of Mathematics, University of Salerno. He is author of about 80 publications appeared in journals or conference proceedings. Research interests: stochastic models, stochastic orders, characterizations of random lifetimes, information measures, stochastic processes of interest in applications, determination and analysis of transition probabilities, the first-passage-time problem, probabilistic models in different research fields of biomathematics, analysis of queueing systems modeled by Markov chains, both time-varying and subject to disasters, with their continuous approximations. His scientific activity has been part of various Italian research projects (PRIN), being Unit Coordinator for one of which. He also participated in an Italian-Japanese research program (1998-2002), in a two-year research program (2008-09) for Italy-Spain Integrated Actions, a two-year Italy-Germany Vigoni Program (2012-13). He co-organized five international conferences. He has participated in more than 50 international scientific conferences involving applications of probability, biomathematics and biocybernetics. He has given seminars in various Italian and foreign universities, spending periods abroad, mainly in Spain and Japan. He worked as a referee for several international journals and is a reviewer for Mathematical Reviews. He is a member of the Editorial Board of: Advances and Applications in Statistics, Scientiae Mathematicae Japonicae, Conference Papers in Mathematics. He was supervisor or co-supervisor of several PhD theses.

Biography Updated on 24 June 2013

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