Elvira Di Nardo,

Basilicata University Potenza, Italy

Elvira Di Nardo obtained Ph.D. degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from Napoli, Italy, and is currently an Assistant Professor in probability and statistics (University Basilicata, Italy) and Visiting Professor at CELC (Lisbona) and Department of Statistics (University of Chicago). Referee for McGraw Hill Italia, MIUR, American Mathematical Society. Former research interest has focused on computational probability and statistics with particular regard to simulations of stochastic processes via Monte Carlo methods, also on parallel systems, and the study of their statistics as the first passage time. These statistics have been analyzed also by developing ad hoc numerical routines to solve integral equations involving special pdfs. Current research involves development and applications of symbolic and combinatorial methods in probability and statistics.

Biography Updated on 29 August 2012

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