Welcome to my personal web page!
Here you can read about my research interests, my publications in journals and conferences, as well as information about my teaching activity and some personal information.
I'm mainly interested in multiscale methods. Space and/or time multiplicity characterizes a wide range of systems and processes originating from physicochemistry to biology. One can either choose to model and study the different sub-processes involved individually or bring them together in large, complex, multi-scale formulations. Their efficient study requires significant amount of computational time and the need to bridge the gap between the different scales becomes thus a necessity. Mathematical analysis offers the tools to facilitate the flow of information across the diferent scales.