Faculty

Alessandro Veneziani
Professor

Office hours
 Monday: 5:30pm  7:30pm
 Wednesday: 5:30pm  7:30pm
 and by appointment
Teaching:
Fall 2016
 MATH 345 (000): Mathematical Modeling, MW 4:00pm  5:15pm
 MATH 351 (000): Partial Differential Equations, MW 10:00am  11:15am
Research
 Numerical Partial Differential Equations with applications to Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases. Computational Fluid Dynamics, Finite Elements, Data Assimilation
Recent publications
 S. Perotto, A. Reali, P. Rusconi, A. Veneziani, HIGAMod: A Hierarchical IsoGeometric Approach for MODel reduction in curved pipes Tech Report Math & CS Department, Emory, TR2015011 (2015), to appear in Comp & Fluids (2016)
 F. Auricchio, M. Ferretti, A. Lefieux, M. Musci, A. Reali, S. Trimarchi, A. Veneziani Assessment of a blackbox approach for a parallel finite elements solver in computational hemodynamics, Tech Report Math & CS Department, Emory, TR2015002 (2015), to appear in International Journal of High Performance Computing (2016)
 Sofia Guzzetti, Tiziano Passerini, Jaroslaw Slawinski, Umberto Villa, Alessandro Veneziani, Vaidy Sunderam Platform and Algorithm Effects on Computational Fluid Dynamics Applications in Life Sciences Tech Report Math & CS Department, Emory, TR2015006, to appear in Future Generation Computer Systems (2016)
 CP Rivera, A Veneziani, RE Ware, MO Platt , Sickle cell anemia and pediatric strokes: Computational fluid dynamics analysis in the middle cerebral artery, Exp Biol Med 241 (7) 755765, 2016
 Alfio Quarteroni, Alessandro Veneziani, Christian Vergara, Geometric multiscale modeling of the circulatory system, between theory and practice, Comp Meth Appl Mech Eng, 302, pp. 193252, 2016
 Ferdinando Auricchio, Adrien Lefieux, Alessandro Reali, Alessandro Veneziani, A locally anisotropic fluidstructure interaction remeshing strategy for thin structures with application to a hinged rigid leflaet, Tech Report Math & CS Department, Emory, TR2015001, Int J Num Meth Eng, doi:10.1002/nme.5159, 2016
 L. Bertagna, A. Quaini, A. Veneziani, Deconvolutionbased nonlinear filtering for incompressible flows at moderately large Reynolds numbers, Tech Report Math & CS Department, Emory, TR2015003, Int J Num Meth Fluids, doi: 10.1002/d.4192, 2016
Education
 PhD in Applied Mathematics  1998  University of Milan (ITALY)
 Graduation in Electronic Engineering  1994  Politecnico di Milano (ITALY)
Honours & Awards
 SIAM Outstanding Paper Prize 2004 (with A. Quarteroni, P. Zunino)
 International G. Sacchi Landriani Prize (young numerical analyst) 2007
 Excellence In Research, The Brain Aneurysm Foundation 2009
 ACM Most Notable Paper Prize 2014 (with S. Perotto)
Activities
 Member of the Editorial Board of Int J Num Meth Biomed Eng
 Member of the Editorial Board of Math Problems in Engineering
 Former consultant of Arena Sport, Ducati Motorcycles, Brembo Brakes, Siemens Medical Solutions
 Member of SIAM, AMS, American Heart Association
 Academic Advisor of the Emory Mathematical Modeling Association (EMMA)
