I am a fourth year PhD student at Emory University in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. My PhD project focuses on the analysis and development of deterministic and stochastic acceleration techniques for Richardson-type iterations to solve sparse systems of linear algebraic equations. The stochastic accelerations we are considering lead to schemes known in literature as Monte Carlo Linear Solvers (MCLS). We conducted also an exploratory study of these stochastic approaches to address sparse higly dimensional eigenvalue problems. The deterministic accelerations we are focusing on are Anderson-type accelerations to minimize the residual. I have been working on this since January 2014, in collaboration with my PhD advisor, professor Michele Benzi (full professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Emory University).
- 2014 - present: Doctoral studies - Applied Mathematics, Emory University, Atlanta, GA (USA)
- 2011 - 2013: Master of Science (Second Level Graduation) - Mathematical Engineering (specialization in Scientific Computing), Politecnico di Milano, Milan (ITA)
- 2008 - 2011: Bachelor of Science (First Level Graduation) - Mathematical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Milan (ITA)
- Poster Award: M. Aletti, A. Barone, S. Guzzetti, M. Lupo Pasini, S. Perotto and A. Veneziani, "HiMOD and HiPOD methods for solving direct and inverse problems in internal fluid dynamics", 30th International CAE Conference, Pacendo del Garda, Italy, October 27-28, 2014