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Born: 1975/10/4 in Conegliano (TV)

Married with Silvia Giulia Galfrè, children: Eleonora (2007), Federico
(2010)

Current Institution: University of Parma

Current Position: Ricercatore Universitario (Assistant Professor) in
Probability and Statistics, since 2001/3/1.

Contact: +39-334-6575699, francesco.morandin@unipr.it

STUDIES

I graduated in 1998 in Mathematics at Pisa University with a thesis on
branching prosesses, nonlinear ODE's and Navier-Stokes equations.

Degree in Mathematics of the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, 1998.

PhD program at the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, 1999-2000.

In 2000 I attended the school Concentrated advanced course on Lévy
Processes in Aarhus, Denmark.

In 2000 I spent one month at MIT, invited by prof. S.K. Mitter, in
order to study Information Theory and low-density convolutional codes.

In 2000 I attended the school Concentrated advanced course on Lévy
Processes and Branching Processes in Aarhus, Denmark.

In 2002 I attended the summer school Inference for stochastic
processes in Torgnon.

In 2003 I attended a two months research period on Probability and
Statistical Mechanics in Information Science, in Pisa.

In 2003 I attended a two months research period on Interacting
Particles and Computational Biology, in Pisa.

In 2008 I attended the school and conference 3rd La Pietra Week In
Probability, Stochastic Models in Physics.

In 2010 I attended the Saint-Flour Summer School in Probability.

TALKS AT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

LMS Durham Symposium on Stochastic Analysis; workshop Giornate di
studi sulle equazioni della meccanica dei fluidi deterministiche e
stocastiche (Maratea); Milan University; workshop Processi stocastici
a struttura spaziale (Verona); workshop Topics in finite Markov chains
(Rome); meeting Kolmogorov Equations (Pisa); Saint-Flour Summer School
in Probability.

SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITY (THEORETICAL)

Main recent research fields are nonlinear PDEs and SPDEs, in
particular shell models such as the dyadic and GOY.

Secondary research fields include stochastic processes related to
nonlinear equations, such as branching processes and generalized urn
processes, and disordered models related to coding theory, such as the
REM.

SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITY (APPLIED)

A have a rich set of collaborations in applied mathematics,
multivariate statistics and data analysis, which tipically do not end
up with publications.

In 2004 and 2005 I had a collaboration with the Department of
Experimental Pathology, Medical Biotechnologies and Infectious
Diseases of Pisa University on statistical data analysis for
microarray-based identification of SNPs.

In 2004 and 2005 I had a collaboration with Avio S.p.A. and the
Department of Applied Mathematics of Pisa University on multivariate
data analysis for failure detection on mechanical vibration
signatures.

In 2006 an 2011 I was asked by the burial office of Parma to evaluate
the deaths and cremations dynamics and make a prevision of the graves
demand for the next years.

Since 2006 I have a collaboration with a consulting company, for
multivariate analysis, industrial quality control and risk assessment,
in the medical and farmaceutical fields.

In 2010 I started a collaboration with the Unit of Urology, Surgical
Department, University Hospital of Parma for data analysis and
prediction of the HIFU therapy's outcome.

In 2011 I started a collaboration with Heinz-Plasmon for quantitative
methods in continuous improvement.

RESEARCH SUPERVISION

I have been advisor for 4 bachelor degree thesis in Mathematics, for
one master degree thesis in Applied Mathematics, for 12 master degree
thesis in Industrial Engineering, and co-advisor for 15 more.

TEACHING ACTIVITY

Elementary course in Probability, Statistics and Stochastic Processes
for Industrial Engineering, 80 hours: 2001, 2002.

Elementary course in Probability and Statistics for Industrial
Engineering, 45 hours: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008,
2009.

Advanced course of Statistical Methods for Decisions for Industrial
Engineering, 80 hours: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009

Advanced course of Mathematical Models for Decisions for Industrial
Engineering, 50 hours: 2010, 2011, 2012

Elementary course in Probability for Mathematics and Computer Science,
60 hours: 2006.

Elementary course in Probability and Statistics for Mathematics and
Computer Science (complements), 12 hours: 2008, 2009, 2010.

Advanced course in Probability for Mathematics, 60 hours, 2007. (The
course was recorder and has become e-learning ever since; I still give
exams for some students every year.)

In 2009 I was invited to teach a crash course on random walks, in the
summer school Alpha Class organized by the University and Polytechnic
of Turin.

Since 2004 I contribute to the organization and teaching in the
Italian Mathematical Olympiad training program.

I gave a number of mathematics lectures for non-experts. Some of the
arguments were: gambling and probability, compression codes,
error-correcting codes, Nim and other games with a winning strategy.

Parma, 2013/3/4

I authorize the handling of my personal data in accordance with
Italian Law 675/96.

Completion accademic year: 2019/2020

Completion accademic year: 2018/2019

Completion accademic year: 2017/2018

Completion accademic year: 2016/2017

Completion accademic year: 2015/2016

Completion accademic year: 2014/2015

Completion accademic year: 2013/2014

Teacher tutor

  • First cycle degree (DM 270) MATHEMATICS A.Y. 2019/2020
  • First cycle degree (DM 270) MATHEMATICS A.Y. 2018/2019

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