22 Febbraio 2021
E' stato recentemente pubblicato, online e cartaceo, il libro con gli Atti dal convegno sui beni culturali e matematica a cura di Elena Bonetti, Cecilia Cavaterra, Roberto Natalini e Margherita Solci.
Elena Bonetti is associate professor of Mathematical Analysis at Università degli Studi di Milano, where she got her Ph.D. in Mathematics. Her research activity focuses on systems of nonlinear partial differential equations with applications to phase transitions and separations phenomena, non-smooth thermo-mechanical models, smart materials behaviour, adhesion and damage problems. Recently, she analysed new models for restoration and conservation of monumental stones in cultural heritage subject to chemical and mechanical degradation.
Cecilia Cavaterra is currently associate professor of Mathematical Analysis at Università degli Studi di Milano. She got a Ph.D. in Mathematics at Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna. Her main research interests concern nonlinear partial differential equations, dynamical systems, inverse and control problems. Her recent works are related to the mathematical analysis of models describing the chemical and mechanical degradation of monumental stones in cultural heritage.
Roberto Natalini is a Director of research at the IAC-CNR, where he is also the Director of Institute since 2014. He studies evolutionary partial differential equations with applications to fluid dynamics, biology, car traffic and problems in conservation of cultural heritage. He published more than 120 papers on International peer-review journals. Since 2018 he is Delegate for CNR in the Steering Committee of the Regional District for Cultural Heritage in Latium (Italy).
Margherita Solci is associate professor of Mathematical Analysis at Università degli Studi di Sassari. She got a Ph.D. in Mathematics at Università di Pavia. Her research activity focuses on Calculus of Variations, Gamma-convergence, homogenization, analysis of discrete-to-continuum models via variational convergence. Recently, she worked on evolution problems for structural damage in archaeological buildings.