Daniele Bertaccini 

Daniele Bertaccini (Ph.D in Mathematics) is full professor of Numerical Analysis at Universita' di Roma "Tor Vergata", Facolta'  di Scienze, Dipartimento di Matematica).

Bertaccini's work in matrix computation devises and analyzes algorithms for solving numerical multidimensional problems arising in science and engineering.

He develops and analyzes fast algorithms for solving large scale systems in
  • Fast algorithms for complex networks analysis
  • numerical time integration for evolutionary partial differential equations
  • image restoration
  • advection-diffusion-reaction systems from life sciences
  • optimization
  • ordinary differential equations
  • Applications: Biomedical PDE-based  models (Cochlear models, thermal ablation of solid tumors), PDE Image restoration models, Numerical optimization.

    Keywords and phrases: iterative solution of sparse linear systems; scientific computing in complex networks; models in biomedical sciences; implicit methods for evolutionary partial differential and fractional equations, preconditioning for structured and nonstructured linear systems by incomplete factorizations; incomplete factorizations and trigonometric approximations for preconditioning; preconditioners and iterative methods for shifted linear systems; convergence of Krylov-like iterative methods; solution of ill-conditioned linear systems. 

    Email: bertaccini

    Telephone: -

    Address: Universita' di Roma "Tor Vergata"
    Viale della Ricerca Scientifica 1
    00133 Roma, Italy

    Office: Math Department, room 1125 (floor 1, tooth 1/ piano 1, dente 1)