Andrea Chiesa

I am currently a SFB PhD Student in the Research Group on Applied Mathematics and Modeling at the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Vienna under the supervision of Prof. Ulisse Stefanelli.

Research

Calculus of Variations and Partial Differential Equations
Models in Continuum mechanics
Anisotropic mean curvature flow
​ Data-driven approach to the theory of elasticity and plasticity

Essential CV

Personal Information

Nationality
Italian
Date of Birth
24/10/1997

Current Position

2021 – Present
Ph.D. Student
University of Vienna
2021 – Present
VSM Member
Vienna School of Mathematics

Education

2019 – 2021
Master in Mathematics
Università degli Studi di Torino, Dipartimento di Matematica G. Peano
2016 – 2019
Bachelor in Mathematics
Università degli Studi di Torino, Dipartimento di Matematica G. Peano
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Publications

A. Chiesa, M. Kružík, U. Stefanelli, Finite-strain Poynting-Thomson model: Existence and linearization , Submitted, March 2023.

Talks and Seminars

Dewetting dynamics of anisotropic particles: a preliminary result for a level-set approach , Calculus of Variations in Siena (Contributed Talk, Siena), February 2024.
Dewetting dynamics of anisotropic particles: a preliminary result for a level-set approach , 3rd Austrian Calculus of Variations Day, Vienna, November 2023.
Existence or non-existence of ground states for NLS on doubly periodic metric graphs: a dimensional crossover , PhD Discussion Group, Vienna, November 2023.
Dewetting dynamics of anisotropic particles: a preliminary result for a level-set approach , PDE Afternoon Seminar, Vienna, October 2023.
Finite-strain Poynting-Thomson model: Existence and linearization , Politecnico di Torino, Torino, July 2023.
Finite-strain Poynting-Thomson model: Existence and linearization , Kyoto University Applied Mathematics Seminar (KUAMS), Kyoto, April 2023.
Finite-strain Poynting-Thomson model: Existence and linearization , 21st GAMM Seminar on Microstructures, Vienna, January 2023.
Finite-strain Poynting-Thomson model: Existence and linearization , 2nd Austrian Calculus of Variations Day, Salzburg, November 2022.
Variational methods in material sciences: the data-driven approach , PDE Afternoon Seminar, Vienna, January 2022.

Posters

Finite-strain Poynting-Thomson model: Existence and linearization , Summerschool on Analysis and Applied Mathematics, Münster, September 2022.