Michele Benzi's Homepage
Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor,
Department of Mathematics
and Computer Science,
Emory
University.
Address:
 Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
 Emory University
 Mathematics and Science Center, Room E428
 Atlanta, GA 30322
 USA

 Phone: +1 (404) 7273638
 Fax : +1 (404) 7275611
 Email:
benzi@mathcs.emory.edu
Selected Past and Current Professional Activities:
Research Interests:
 Numerical Analysis

Scientific computing

Numerical linear algebra

Applications to: fluid mechanics, optimization, complex networks, quantum chemistry, Markov chains

History of numerical analysis and computing
Teaching Experience:
 Linear Algebra

Differential Equations

Numerical Analysis

History of Mathematics

Iterative Methods for Linear Systems

Real Analysis

Matrix Analysis

Functional Analysis
New book: M. Benzi and V. Simoncini (Eds.), Exploiting Hidden Structure
in Matrix Computations: Algorithms and Applications (Cetraro, Italy 2015),
Lecture Notes in Mathematics 2173, Springer, 2016 [pp. ix + 406].
Publications
Google Scholar Profile
MathSciNet Author Profile (subscription required)
Curriculum Vitae
My mathematical genealogy
Bio
Teaching (Spring 2017):
Teaching (Fall 2016):
 MATH 517
Iterative Methods for Linear Systems
Editorial Boards, past and current:
Recent and forthcoming conferences:

Spring
Southeastern Sectional Meeting of the AMS, University of Georgia,
Athens, GA, March 56, 2016.

Fourteenth
Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods, Copper Mountain, CO,
March 2025, 2016.

Mathematical
Models and Computational
Methods for Complex
Networks, Pisa, Italy, June 67, 2016.

International Summer School on Complex
Networks, Bertinoro, Italy, July 1115,
2016.

Numerical
Linear Algebra and Applications (NL2A), Luminy, France, October 2428, 2016.

2017 SIAM Conference on Computational
Science and Engineering, Atlanta, GA, February 27  March 3, 2017.

Householder Symposium XX on Numerical Linear Algebra,
The Inn at Virginia Tech, June 1823, 2017.

International Conference On Preconditioning Techniques
For Scientific And Industrial Applications, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, July 31August 2, 2017.
Links to some friends and colleagues
Links to some family members:
Carol
Cox, my wife, a mathematics teacher at Lakeside High School in
Atlanta, GA.
(Click here
for a photo.)
Margherita
Benzi, my sister, an epistemologist at the
Universita` del
Piemonte Orientale, Italy
(photo).
Carlo
Penco, my brotherinlaw, a philosopher of language
at the Universita` di Genova, Italy.
Useful/interesting links:

SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics)

AMS (American Mathematical Society)

ILAS (International Linear Algebra Society)

UMI (Unione Matematica Italiana)

SIMAI (Societa` Italiana di Matematica Applicata ed Industriale)

SBMAC (Sociedade Brasileira de Matematica Aplicada e Computacional)

GAMM Activity Group on Applied and Numerical Linear Algebra

ALAMA (Spanish Applied Linear Algebra Network)

Network Science Society

NSF (National Science Foundation)

The arXiv
 The Parallel Algorithms Team
at CERFACS, France
 The
Numerical Analysis Group
at at RAL, UK (Technical Reports Series)
 Oxford University Numerical
Analysis Group Research Reports
.
 MIMS Technical Reports Series
at The University of Manchester, UK
 Acta Numerica
 Network
Science
 SIAM Electronic Journals
 Electronic Journal of Linear
Algebra
 Operators and Matrices
 Special Matrices

IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis

Mathematics of Computation
 SpringerVerlag
 WileyInterscience
Journals
 Spectral Graph Theory Web Pages
 Ernesto Estrada's Lab at the
University of Strathclyde, UK.
 Luciano da Fontoura Costa's Research
Group at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
 Stackexchange  Computational Science
 The Mathematics
Genealogy Project
 History of Math Archive
at St. Andrews University, Scotland
 History of Approximation
Theory (Technion, Israel)
 NUMDAM Project
 Sito Mathematica Italiana, Scuola
Normale Superiore di Pisa (in Italian)
 Sito MatePRISTEM
at Universita' Bocconi (in Italian)
 Sito MADDMATHS
(in Italian)
 Map of Italian Mathematicians
Abroad
 Sito ISSNAF
 ISSAWIKI
(Italian Scientists, Scholars and Artists in North America Encyclopedia)
 Mathematical Fiction Site
(maintained by Alex Kasman, College of Charleston)
 Sito di Tobia Rava'
(in English and Italian)
 Edge
Last updated 6 April, 2017.