at the City University of New York
College of Staten Island and Graduate Center
College of Staten Island
Department of Mathematics, 1S-226
2800 Victory Boulevard, New York, NY 10314
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Email: marcello.lucia (at) csi.cuny.edu
Member of the Doctoral Faculty in
Mathematics and Physics
The Graduate Center of The City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Email:mlucia (at) gc.cuny.edu
I received a M.Sc. degree in Algebra (Galois Theory) from the University of Lausanne, and then a Ph.D. in nonlinear analysis from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. After a short experience as a consultant in a private company, I obtained a grant to do research at the University of Rome II, followed by several postdoctoral positions: Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (Barcelona), Rutgers University, Tata Institute of Technology (Bangalore), Chinese Academy of Sciences (Beijing). In 2005, I was visiting assistant professor at National Center of Theoretical Sciences (Taiwan), and obtained then an Alexander von Humboldt grant to pursue my research in Cologne (Germany).
My topics of research are the study of nonlinear problems that arise in mathematical physics, differential geometry and in some models of chemotaxis, with emphasis on the question of existence and uniqueness of solutions. These questions are closely related to some optimal exponential Sobolev inequalities. Some of these problems present a lack of compactness that require new tools in Morse theory to detect the existence of critical points.
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